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JB Boxter

JB Boxter brings his unique Americana soul to one of Bend's newest brew locations, Craft Kitchen and Brewery. Never content to stick to a single genre, expect Boxter to hop around all over the spectrum for a singular and personal live music experience. Enjoy the craft brew and the hand crafted sound. 6 p.m. Every other Friday. Craft Kitchen and Brewery, 384 SW Upper Terrace Dr. No cover.

Coyote Willow

Dudley's bookstore is on a roll with the album release concerts and Coyote Willow's will be no exception. With a guitar, cello and vocals, Coyote Willow's shows are a beautiful reminder of the harmony that music can bring to the soul and a relaxing look into true musical collaboration. 7 pm. Saturday, Jan. 30. Dudley's Bookshop Cafe, 135 NW Minnesota. No cover.

The Quick & Easy Boys with Rabbit Wilde

A band with a six-string ukulele and cellist opening for a Portland power trio? Why yes, that does sound like an absolutely delightful night of rock 'n' roll music and a weirdly awesome combination of all kinds of strange influences and aspirations. This should be one not to miss. 10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30. The Capitol, 190 NW Oregon Ave. $10.

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