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10 club concerts to see after French Quarter Fest

Late-night club concerts following the fest



Thursday, April 6

Real Estate and Mary Lattimore
9 p.m., Republic, 828 S. Peters St., (504) 528-8282;
The fourth album from New Jersey's Real Estate, 2017's In Mind, adjusts to the departure of founding member Matt Mondanile (aka Ducktails), with songwriter Martin Courtney and guitarist Julian Lynch leading the band's Byrds-inspired jangly guitar pop. Harpist Mary Lattimore opens. Tickets $20.

Anxious Sound
9:30 p.m., AllWays Lounge, 2240 St. Claude Ave., (504) 218-5778;
Rob Cambre's long-running unpredictable experimental showcase features guitarist Shan Kenner for this week's installment. Free admission.

T.V. Mike and the Scarecrows, Jon Hatchett Band, Hill Country Hounds
10 p.m., Siberia, 2227 St. Claude Ave., (504) 265-8855;
Mike Klinge's Americana outfit meets New Orleans honky tonkers Jon Hatchett Band and Hill Country Hounds. Tickets $7.

Friday, April 7

The Soul Rebels
10 p.m., d.b.a., 618 Frenchmen St, (504) 942-3731;
The eight-piece brass band worked its way onto hip-hop stages backing Joey Bada$$, Talib Kweli and Nas, but left alone, the band is a powerful blend of celebratory, genre-blending brass music. Admission $15.

Debauche and Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue
10 p.m., Siberia, 2227 St. Claude Ave., (504) 265-8855;
The hooligans in local Russian folk-punk band Debauche perform at the festival, then share a bill with Western swingers Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue, which is donating proceeds from two CDs to Louisiana flood relief efforts. Tickets $8.

Cole Williams
10 p.m., Three Keys, Ace Hotel, 600 Carondelet St., (504) 900-1180;
The singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist melds Caribbean influence into electronically buzzing, woozy R&B. She's joined by percussionist Seguenon Kone and his Payo Jazz Band. Free admission with RSVP.

Saturday, April 8

9 p.m., Saturn Bar, 3067 St. Claude Ave., (504) 949-7532;
New York's Thelma stars singer-songwriter Natasha Jacobs, whose falsetto carries lyrics of resistance to objectification and exploitation, giving her vocals freedom to soar alongside stripped-down arrangements that gradually build. New Orleans bands New Holland and Shame open.

Russell Batiste
9 p.m., The Howlin' Wolf, 907 S. Peters St., (504) 529-5844;
The prolific New Orleans drummer is joined by world fusion ensemble Buku Broux, Uptown Mardi Gras Indians, Luke Quaranta of Toubab Krewe and Pirate's Choice and others. Tickets $15.

Sunday, April 9

David Dondero
8 p.m., Poor Boys, 1328 St. Bernard Ave., (504) 603-2522;
On his latest album, David Dondero offers another collection of smart, often funny and always honest songwriting and storytelling dotted with plucky electric guitar and simple percussion. New Holland and Guts Club open. Tickets $7.

Lynn Drury
10 p.m., d.b.a., 618 Frenchmen St, (504) 942-3731;
For the New Orleans via Mississippi roots rock singer-songwriter's album release show for Rise of the Fall, she's joined by Chris Adkins, Rene Coman, Chris Pylant, Trevor Brooks and Sam and Jack Craft. Tickets $5.

Thursday, April 6 | Friday. April 7
Saturday, April 8 | Sunday, April 9

10 club concerts to see after French Quarter Fest
Late-night club concerts following the fest

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