This week's edition of The Sunday Post has a bunch of shows going on in New England that are a must go for any live music fanatic that has either heard of chowder or a clam cake. Check out what's going on below:
2/11 - 990WBOB's Mondays On Blast @ The Spot
101 Richmond Street Providence, RI
This week's edition of 990WBOB's Mondays On Blast at The Spot in Providence promises to be a good one with Mr. Whodo, The Nymphidels, The Pabst Blue Grass Boys and For The Love Of Sloane rocking the stage. With comedy being hosted by funnyman Doug Key, a great atmosphere, wide selection of drinks, tasty food and cool pieces of art on the walls, Mondays On Blast is the perfect way to kick off your week. Along with the awesome music and comedy, it's also free.
2/12 - Aesop Rock @ Paradise Rock Club
967 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA
Underground hip-hop legend Aesop Rock will be spittin' rhymes and droppin' dimes at The Paradise Rock Club on Tuesday that is definitely the show that every hip-hopper in Beantown should go to. Fellow MC Rob Sonic and DJ Big Whiz will be sharing the stage with Aesop and Busdriver will be opening the evening as well, so why not go and experience some of the realist hip-hop out there today? Doors open at 7pm, it's an all ages show and tickets at the door will be $20.
2/13 - Passion Pit @ State Theatre
609 Congress Street Portland, ME
Cambridge, MA synth-electro phenoms Passion Pit will be playing the second night of their back to back performances at The State Theatre in Portland, ME on Wednesday. Opening the show will be Matt & Kim and Icona Pop for what should be an extremely rhythmic concert. Show starts at 8pm, it's all ages and tickets at the door are $35.
2/14 - Boo City @ The Parlour
1119 North Main Street Providence, RI
Celebrate Valentine's Day the right way with the black country soul rocksteady sounds of Boo City at The Parlour on Thursday. The Silks will be opening the show to kick it off with some genuine blues and it should be a very, very, very sexy time indeed. Music starts at 9pm, its 21+ and tickets are $8 if you arrive solo and $15 per couple.
2/15 - Torn Shorts @ Dusk
301 Harris Avenue Providence, RI
Torn Shorts will be unveiling their second album Through The Mill at Dusk in Providence on Friday for a night chock full of good ol' fashioned rock & roll. Route .44 and Morris & The East Coast will be opening the night that's sure be something special. Show starts at 9pm, it's 21+ and tickets are $5 and $10 if you want to get a copy of the album and a sticker.
2/16 - Jaimoe's Jasssz Band @ Fete
103 Dike Street Providence, RI
A founding member of The Allman Brothers Band, Jai "Jaimoe" Johanny Johnson and his jazz-rock band will be gracing The Fete Ballroom with their presence on Saturday for what should be a night full of grooves and people busting moves. Providence blues-rockers Shotgun will be opening up the show and it should be an awesome way to highlight your weekend. Show starts at 8:30, it's 21+ and tickets are $20.
So that's it for this week's Sunday Post, keep your eyes peeled here every Sunday to be in the know of the top shows to check out every week in New England.