Coda: Blues royalty at the Birch; Indie rock invades Kennedy Center; Jazz in D.I.Y. spaces
With daylight at a minimum, we at Click Track have been filling our cold January nights with live music. This week, we saw blues icon B.B. King at the Birch, Baltimore rock troupe Lower Dens at the Kennedy Center and jazz keyboardist David Ornette Cherry at the Red Door Loft. Craving more, we wondered which acts we might try to see twice in the coming weeks. But then the darkness set in. We fretted about the future, outlining our greatest pop anxieties for the new year. See what happens if you don't keep yourself busy every night? Until next week...
| January 7, 2011; 2:15 PM ET
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