7:30 p.m. Friday (Apr1) Amos’ Southend, 1423 S. Tryon St. $21-$24. http://www.etix.com/
Chris Carrabba continues to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his band’s debut “The Swiss Army Romance” with this solo tour.
Explosions in the Sky (pictured above)
7:30 p.m. Sunday (April 3) Amos’ Southend, 1423 S. Tryon St. $17-$20. http://www.etix.com/
The instrumental Austin outfit best known for its “Friday Night Lights” scores brings its spidery guitar melodies and ethereal walls of sound to Charlotte for the first time.
House of Pain
7:30 p.m. Monday, Amos’ Southend, 1423 S. Tryon St. $22.50-$25. http://www.etix.com/
Fourteen years after it split (with members going on to Limp Bizkit and a solo career for Everlast) the Irish-American hip-hoppers return to “Jump Around” nearly 20 years after its first and biggest hit.
The Felice Brothers
7 p.m. Tuesday, Visulite, 1615 Elizabeth Ave. $13-$16. 704-358-9200.
The orchestral folk outfit reminiscent of Dylan and the Band preview material from “Celebration, Florida” (out May 10th) which is populated with detailed storytelling and rich characters.
7 p.m. Wednesday, McGlohon Theatre, 345 N. College St. $35. 704-372-1000.
Spurred by her daughter’s struggle with bipolar disorder Michael’s eldest sibling (whose biggest hit was the MJ-penned “Centipede,”) headlines the Pick Up the Phone Suicide Prevention Tour.
7:30 p.m. Thursday, Tremont, 400 W. Tremont Ave. $15-$17. http://www.etix.com/
The veteran Kentucky rap group behind the Grammy nominated 2002 hit “Po’ Folks” continue to make relatable reality and eclectic hip-hop that those same po’ folks can identify with.
10:30 p.m. Thursday, Coyote Joe’s, 4621 Wilkinson Blvd. $20. http://www.etix.com/
From songwriter (blame him for Trace Adkins’ “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk”) to one of the Nashville’s most authentically country current stars, the Alabama native straddles critical acclaim with mainstream stardom.