Music Road Co Trio
This Floyd-based collective can go big, with horns and more. It still slings funky vibes as a trio.
Richmond band Proverbial used to hit Roanoke a lot before breaking up a few years ago. Keyboardist/singer Phil Walker returns to town, fronting a pop-rock trio.
Joshua Grice & Matt Powell
Grice, of Harwell Grice Band, joins forces with Americana/blues man Powell.
Hoppie Vaughan & The Ministers of Soul
Vaughan and his tight, bluesy, unit preside over a Fork soiree.
Bluefield-based Comer sings trad-country, including some originals.
Gatewood covers some neo-country favorites and has such pop-leaning originals as “Steal These Stars.”
Jammy originals and a wide range of cool covers are in this quartet’s wheelhouse.
Five Dollar Shake
Hear a ton of pop-rock covers from a fun-loving band.
Details: 9 p.m. Martin's Downtown. $5. facebook.com/FDShake
The Low Low Chariot’s frontman does a solo show at the Track.
Hear contemporary and classic pop-rock covers from this act.
Details: 5:30 p.m. Parkway Brewing. Free. facebook.com/TheOddFellowsBand
Forry & Arnett
A laid-back Americana singer-songwriter duo lays it down.
Two shows in two days from hard-working Seymour, who combines soulful Americana covers with originals. His latest album is “Make Love Instead.”
Details: 7 p.m. Saturday. Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd. Venue suggests $3 contribution. 745-6836, facebook.com/DogtownRoadhouse. 11 a.m. Sunday. Black Dog Salvage, Roanoke. Free. 343-6200, facebook.com/blackdogsalvage, facebook.com/WilliamSeymourOfficial
Tuesday Tunes for Feeding Southwest Virginia — Mike Franke
Roanoke folkie Frank performs a mini-set. You donate to a food charity.
Dave & Jodie Duo
Jodie Davis and Dave Owens do acoustic covers including Grateful Dead music.
Details: 5 p.m. Parkway Brewing. Free.