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Pale Grey Lore vinyl release show at Spacebar

This local quartet’s debut is lyrically bleak and musically hard-hitting, combining 70s metal and garage with the melodic sensibility of, say, the Beatles, editor Andy Downing says. Work out (or perhaps find kindred spirits in) your anxiety at this release show at Spacebar.

Lorenzo Doyle’s “Keep the Ghost” opens at Vanderelli Room Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse opens on Nationwide Boulevard Davey Highben pop-up show at Thirty 30 Barber Shop The Jeffs, Devil Doves at Brothers Drake “The Mouse Show” opening reception at 934 Gallery Saturday

The Black Infinity exhibition reception at No Place Gallery

New collective led by Tosha Stimage launches with an exhibition at No Place titled “The Beginning of Never Ending.” Featuring local emerging and international artists of color, The Black Infinity intends to serve as a platform for artists from marginalized communities exploring marginalized perspectives.

Rapper Lecrae at the Newport Music Hall “Please Touch the Art” opens at Wild Goose Creative Winterfest at Downtown’s Bicentennial Park CCAD Art Fair & Marketplace at the school’s Crane Center Urban Tropic plays Skully’s Music-Diner Pierce Fulton and NVDES at Dahlia Bar & Lounge Sunday

Dream Syndicate plays Ace of Cups

The reunited rockers travel the long road and ask “How Did I Find Myself Here,” the new album that captures some of the magic of 1982’s The Days of Wine and Roses. Steve Wynn and mates are of a different vintage now, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.

QTY plays Rumba Cafe Bebe Miller Company at Wexner Center for the Arts