Jeremy Fetzer and Spencer Cullum Jr. are some of Nashville’s best sidemen musicians, working with everyone from Wanda Jackson and Miranda Lambert to Jonny Fritz and Andrew Combs. When they formed the instrumental band Steelism in recent years, their guitar skills were put on display front and center – combining the sounds of surf rock, classic country and even Krautrock. The duo plays at the Sign of the Wagon in York at 7 p.m., along with former Toy Soldiers’ member Bill McCloskey. Tickets are $10 at the door.
Wilmington, NC-based Americana trio Stray Local has been playing their folk-inspired tunes since the summer of 2013, traveling all over the Southeast and racking up awards at the prestigious Charlie Poole Music Festival for their songwriting. Founding member Jamie Rowan originally hails from Lancaster before he moved to North Carolina to attend college. They’re a must-see act for fans of Appalachian string music. They perform at The Seed in Lancaster at 6:30 p.m., and the show is free.
Silvertung brings their hard rock sound to Tubby’s Night Club in Duncannon for a free show at 8 p.m. Made up of Speed on lead vocals and guitar, Codey on lead guitar, Skoot on bass and Danno on drums, the band is sure to please any fans of bands like Godsmack and Disturbed. Opening the show are Relentless and Waysted Silence.
Fans of the Grateful Dead pay tribute to Jerry Garcia on what would have been the legendary guitarist’s 63rd birthday at Tellus360 in Lancaster. The evening includes a performance by Leo DiSanto and Jeff Bryson of Vinegar Creek Constituency, followed by two sets of Dead tunes by Captain Trips, which features Andy Mowatt, Corty Byron and more. The show starts at 8 p.m., and tickets are $5 at the door.