Top concerts this week (Jan. 16-22)

Top concerts for the week of Jan. 16-22 include DNCE, Bingo Players and The Ravonettes.

1.16: Lucinda Williams

The three-time Grammy-winning Americana singer spends two nights at the Belly Up. Her latest, last year’s “The Ghosts of Highway 20,” is her 12th studio album. This is her second show at Belly Up Tavern having played there on Sunday as well.

@ Belly Up Tavern,

1.17: DNCE

OMG! It’s Joe Jonas!! But seriously though, “Cake by the Ocean” is a ridiculously catchy song. Just try not singing along.

@ House of Blues,

1.19: Zakk Sabbath

This Black Sabbath cover band is fronted by Zakk Wylde, who came to fame as the guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne - Black Sabbath’s original singer. It’s the great heavy metal circle of life.

@ Brick By Brick,

1.19 Felix Jaehn

The 22-year-old German house DJ and producer scored a big hit this year with “Bonfire feat. Alma.” He makes a stop at Bang Bang as part of his 2017 North American Tour.

@ Bang,

1.20 Bingo Players

Dutch DJ/producer Maarten Hoogstraten continues on under the moniker he once shared with collaborator/co-founder of Hysteria Records, Paul Bäumer. Since Bäumer’s death in 2013, Hoogstraten has released a handful of singles and remixed the likes of Gorgon City and Hardwell. He appears as part of the duo’s 10th anniversary tour.


1.20 MitiS

Classically trained as a pianist, Philadelphia-based DJ Joseph Torre released his dubstep EP, “Foundations,” earlier this year. His latest single, “Frameworks,” is out now.

@ Bassmnt,

1.21 DJ 4B

The New Jersey-based DJ has released tracks on Diplo’s Mad Decent and Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records. In conjunction with Conspire Studios, he just released a music video for his track “Juice.”

@ Bassmnt,

1.21: The Ravonettes

The Danish indie rock duo of Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo spent every month of 2016 recording and releasing a new song. They’ll be playing plenty of the songs from their self-proclaimed “Anti-Album” on the current tour.

@ Music Box,

1.22: The Toasters

Recently celebrating their 35th year, the New York-based second wave ska band is still led by original singer/guitarist Robert “Bucket” Hingley. The septet released their last single, “House of Soul,” in 2013.

@ The Casbah,

1.22: Portland Cello Project

Cello? Probably not like you’ve heard it before. This ensemble collaborates with a wide-range of peers and tackles all-cello covers of artists such as Radiohead, Kanye West, Elliott Smith and Rihanna.

@ California Center for the Arts, Escondido,

1.22: Robby Krieger

Billed as “Robby Krieger of The Doors: Celebrating 50 years of The Doors Music,” the band’s founding guitarist will perform a career-spanning set.

@ Music Box,