Langhorne Slim & The Law
Singer-songwriter Langhorne Slim and his band The Law play at New Brookland Tavern on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Frontman Slim delivers banjo-driven folk music backed by Malachi DeLorenzo on drums, Jeff Ratner on bass and David Moore on keyboard and banjo. The band’s reflective new album, “The Spirit Moves,” came out this summer. Some songs are quiet and confessional, and some beg to be danced to.
8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3 at New Brookland Tavern, 122 State St., West Columbia; $12 in advance, $15 day of show. www.newbrooklandtavern.com
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Edwin McCain and Patrick Davis: South Carolina natives Edwin McCain and Patrick Davis are teaming up for a concert benefiting the state’s flood relief efforts. The “I’ll Be” crooner and “Just A Big Ole Gamecock” singer will play Sunday, Nov. 1 at Music Farm Columbia. The name of the concert is “See The Sky Again,” after a McCain song of the same name.
7 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1 at Music Farm Columbia, 1022 Senate St.; $25 in advance, $30 the day of the show. www.SeeTheSkyAgain.com
Rooftop Rhythms: This free concert series on the roof of Richland Mall takes place again Thursday, Oct. 29, when Men of Distinction rock the rooftop. The City of Forest Acres, which puts on the concert, will honor slain police officer Greg Alia at the show. Families can bring lawn chairs and blankets. Children can enjoy free balloon art, face painting, magic tricks and hula hoops. No coolers or pets.
6-9 p.m Thursday, Oct. 29 on the rooftop of Richland Mall, 3400 Forest Drive; free. www.facebook.com/RooftopRhythms
Anthony Hamilton & Friends: Hamilton is an R&B singer and record producer whose recent credits include “Freedom” from the “Django Unchained” movie soundtrack. He’ll be performing with R&B singer Chrisette Michele and comedian Kevin “Fool” Simpson.
8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30 at The Township, 1703 Taylor St.; $65-$95. www.thetownship.org
JJ Grey & Mofro: Hailing from the Florida swamps, JJ Grey plays bluesy rock music with lots of soul. He and his band put on an energetic and captivating live show that includes barn-burners and Southern storytelling.
8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 3 at Music Farm Columbia, 1022 Senate St.; $25-$28. www.musicfarm.com
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