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Top Tickets — Tom Paxton, Forry & Arnett, Jason Byrd and more

Top Tickets — Tom Paxton, Forry & Arnett, Jason Byrd and more

Tom Paxton

Tom Paxton


The Oddfellows

Hear sets of rock and pop music covers.

Details: 5 p.m. Parkway Brewing Co., Salem. Free. 314-8234,,


Jason Byrd

It’s good to see that Byrd, a longtime presence on the Blacksburg-area music scene, is back to gigging after too long away.

Details: 7 p.m. 7 Dogs Brewpub, Wytheville. Free. 276-228-0994,

Jesse Ray Carter

Carter and his drumming wife, Katie Carter, rock out honky-tonk and blues.

Details: 5:30 p.m. Parkway Brewing Co. Free.

LiveStream Stage—Ray Cerbone with Mike Franke

Headliner Cerbone has an affinity for Guy Clark and his like.

Details: 7:30 p.m. Streaming from Third Street Coffeehouse, Donation-based.,


Forry & Arnett

Americana covers and originals here, from an acoustic duo with good vocals.

Details: 1 p.m. Chaos Mountain Brewing Co., Callaway. Free. 334-1600,,

Betsy in the Verse

Hear acoustic folk and rock from Betsy Kelderhouse.

Details: 7:30 p.m. Starr Hill Pilot Brewery & Side Stage, Roanoke. Free. 685-2012,,

Ryan Greer

Americana-rock cat Greer goes solo at the Track.

Details: 4 p.m. Twisted Track Brewpub, 523 Shenandoah Ave. N.W., Roanoke. Free. 339-9776,,

Who Shot John Band

Check out a bluesy rock act.

Details: 5:30 p.m. Parkway Brewing. Free.


Dog Bowl Market: Isaac Hadden

While you mill about for geegaws, food and beverages, perk up your ears for an outstanding young performer.

Details: 4 p.m. The Dog Bowl at Black Dog Salvage. Free. 343-6200,,


Tuesday Tunes for Feeding SW Virginia — Tom Paxton

Third Street Coffeehouse is bringing a folk hero to its streaming scene, to help in the venue’s COVID-era fight against regional hunger.

Details: 9 p.m. Streaming from Third Street Coffeehouse, Donation-based.,

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Dawn Wells, the “Gilligan’s Island” star who died this week as the result of COVID-19, appeared in “Chapter Two” at the Sioux City Municipal Auditorium in 1979. She appeared at the Okoboji Summer Theatre, too (she attended Stephens College), and returned years later for a summer stint.

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