Music Hall (147 Danforth), tonight (Thursday, April 3)
Britpop poet laureate Ray Davies shows he’s still got it by ripping through his swell new Working Man’s Café disc and likely a few old faves.
Sneaky Dee’s (431 College), tonight (Thursday, April 3)
Looking for something a little louder, faster and harder to kick-start your weekend? Tel Aviv prog rock bashers Monotonix will knock you on your ass.
Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe), Friday (April 4)
It’s increasingly rare to see the legendary Asha Bhosle, the Golden Voice of Bollywood, performing anywhere in North America, so don’t miss her at Roy Thomson Hall.
Silver Dollar (486 Spadina), Saturday (April 5)
While T.O. blues fans are at Massey Hall watching Buddy Guy riff through the crowd-pleasers, Chicago-schooled Lou Pride will be holding it down at the Dollar for the deep-soul faithful.
Massey Hall (178 Victoria), Tuesday (April 8)
If you’re desperate for a dose of that real country music that rarely gets played on radio, George Jones has the uncut stuff you need to hear.
The Valerie Project
Royal Cinema (608 College), Wednesday (April 9)
What could be more sensually dazzling than the New Pornographers at the Phoenix? Try the 10-piece Valerie Project psychestra accompanying the fabulously twisted Czech new wave film Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders.