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    State Champion, Footings, Homeboy

    State Champion, Footings, Homeboy

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    Thu., Nov. 15, 9 p.m.

    Louisville, Ky., six-piece State Champion sound undeniably country on their brand-new album, Send Flowers. Wistful strings work in tandem with forlorn acoustic guitars, and the songs tell nuanced tales of relatable characters with emotional complexity. It’s a slight departure from 2015’s Fantasy Error, in which a palpable punk energy permeated front person Ryan Davis’ songwriting. The new album’s title and the shift in sound from raucous to reserved suggest a mourning period. But rather than being depressing, the change is comforting. State Champion play on Thursday, November 15, at SideBar in Burlington. Footings and locals Homeboy add support. at SideBar in Burlington (map). $3.

    8084 presents Love Not Hate, Joe McGinness

    8084 presents Love Not Hate, Joe McGinness

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    Sat., Nov. 17, 8 p.m.

    In the ’80s, 8084 rocked the Green Mountains with mondo power riffs and outrageous hairdos. Still active after three decades, the group embarked on its “Love Not Hate” tour in 2018, a campaign equally focused on rocking out and giving back. Fueled by compassion and empathy for the world’s injustices, the five-piece worked in conjunction with nonprofits and charitable organizations at each of the journey’s stops. The band also dropped a new single this year, the emotionally stirring “Why?” 8084 perform on Saturday, November 17, at ArtsRiot in Burlington. Joe McGinness opens. at ArtsRiot in Burlington (map). $18/22.

    Ghost Light featuring Holly Bowling, Tom Hamilton, Raina Mullen, Steve Lyons and Scott Zwang

    Ghost Light featuring Holly Bowling, Tom Hamilton, Raina Mullen, Steve Lyons and Scott Zwang

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    Sat., Nov. 17, 9 p.m.

    Collaboration is a surefire way for musicians to get their creative mojo working. Also, it’s just plain fun to make something new and special with your friends and colleagues. With that in mind, five musicians recently coalesced as Ghost Light, an improvisationally charged collective of heavy hitters from the Northeast jam scene. Holly Bowling and Tom Hamilton lead the ensemble. Bowling is known for her piano reworkings of Phish and Grateful Dead tunes, while Hamilton hails from jam-tronica outfit Brothers Past and Americana group American Babies. Raina Mullen (American Babies), Scotty Zwang (Dopapod) and Steve Lyons (Nicos Gun) round out the group. Ghost Light perform on Saturday, November 17, at the Higher Ground Showcase Lounge in South Burlington. at Higher Ground Showcase Lounge in South Burlington. Chittenden County (map). $15.
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