Live music programming: a pair of singer-songwriters and a retro twist to modern tunes

Patty Larkin. Photo by Jana Léon

Patty Larkin
8 p.m. Saturday. One Longfellow Square, 181 State St., Portland, $ 25.
Singer-songwriter Patty Larkin released her debut album in 1985, and a dozen followed. She is not only a wonderful singer and extremely talented word trainer, but also a phenomenal guitarist. The most notable songs include “Who Holds Your Hand”, “Good Thing” and “Tango”, among dozens of others.

Aly Spaltro, aka Lady Lamb. Photo by Shervin Lainez

Lady Lamb
7:30 p.m. Saturday. Chocolate Church Arts Center, 504 Washington St., Bath, $ 30 in advance, $ 35 on day of performance.
Freelance singer-songwriter Aly Spaltro, who performs as Lady Lamb, will take the stage at Chocolate Church accompanied by a string quartet. Spaltro started making music after hours at a Brunswick video store and moved to Brooklyn, New York, in 2010, where his career took off. Four albums followed, including the stellar “Even in the Tremor” of 2019. Spaltro returned home to Maine last year and is working on her next album.

Therese Curatolo from Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox. Photo by Thai Long Li

Scott Bradlee’s post-modern jukebox
8 p.m. on Monday, October 11. State Theater, 609 Congress St., Portland, $ 30 to $ 55.
This show was supposed to take place in March of last year, but we all know what happened then. Fortunately, now is the time to spend the evening listening to jazzy, golden versions of modern pop hits performed by Scott Bradlee’s Post Modern Jukebox. Their latest single is a cover of “Don’t Speak” by No Doubt and they also signed off on “Creep” by Radiohead and “Seven Nation Army” by The White Stripes. Among their most fabulous renditions is Rembrandts’ “I’ll Be There For You”, which is the iconic theme song from the “Friends” TV show.

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