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Three to see: Live music in the Sacramento region

David Lindley will perform at Harlow’s on Feb. 26.
David Lindley will perform at Harlow’s on Feb. 26. Courtesy Center for the Arts

David Bowie: A Musical Tribute

Rock/pop

7:30 p.m. Thursday,

Feb. 18

Miner’s Foundry

Musicians and fans worldwide still mourn the passing this year of the indelible legend that was “Ziggy Stardust.” In the belief that music is the best way to heal, a bevy of foothills musicians, including the Moore Brothers, Uncle Junior and the horn section of Ideateam, assemble to pay tribute to the late legend. 325 Spring St., Nevada City. $20. www.minersfoundry.org.

Left Coast Country

Bluegrass/string band

9 p.m. Wednesday,

Feb. 17

Torch Club

These fellas of the Portland “newgrass” act Left Coast Country certainly know how to write enigmatic, bluesy and Appalachian-flavored tunes with wisps of outlaw country, and they play it like the only party in the world worth going to is the one that happens on their front porch when good friends show up. 904 15th St., Sacramento. $5. www.torchclub.net.

Mystic Braves

Pop/rock/psychedelic

8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18

Starlite Lounge

The L.A. quintet Mystic Braves seems to be stuck in a narrow parallel universe where psychedelic-era Beatles are marooned on a California beach, having made Billy Preston a permanent band member and invited the Yardbirds and the Kinks along just for kicks. With Cellar Doors. 1517 21st St., Sacramento. $12 advance, $15 at the door. www.starlitelounge.net.

Looking ahead: David Lindley. Friday, Feb. 26 at Harlow’s

A long-time sideman for Jackson Browne, multi-instrumentalist David Lindley has evolved into a crafty mastermind of music from around the globe. 2708 J St., Sacramento. $25. www.harlows.com

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