Pop Notes

By Steven Libowitz   |   March 5, 2020

The Beach Boys make what seems like an annual local appearance – and why not, since Bruce Johnston and Christian Love live in town? – at the Chumash Casino Resort’s Samala Showroom on Friday, March 6. One night later on March 7, scions of the classic rock band Cream – Kofi Bake (son of drummer Ginger) and Malcolm Bruce (son of bassist Jack) – along with Will Johns (nephew of guitarist Eric Clapton) come together to perform the iconic 1967 album Disraeli Gears, the super-group’s second studio album, in sequence at SOhO.

Also of note: the acoustic guitar maestro/singer-songwriter Cyrus Clarke (Cache Valley Drifters; the Acousticats), who recently returned to the country after 12 years in Hawaii, officially debuts the Blue Sky Flyers, featuring longtime collaborators Barney and Rosie Towers, at Carr Winery on Friday, March 6; Sweet Talk Radio revisits the Cambridge Drive Concert Series on March 7; and the great under-recognized guitarist Nina Gerber returns to SOhO on March 8.


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