Save the dates, and get your tickets

Music seen: 2008 in preview
By CHRISTOPHER GRAY  |  December 26, 2007

In spite of the pretty blasé concert calendar around the end/beginning of the year, many area clubs are already selling tickets for shows up until spring and beyond. Here’s a guide to some you might want to buy early for, a few of which have already been rescheduled due to recent snowstorms. And take special note of mid-to-late February, which brings the long-awaited arrival of Black Mountain to Portland and a killer series at the Music Hall in New Hampshire.

Cumberland County Civic Center | Feb 14 Toby Keith | Feb 19 Blue Man Group

Geno’s | Jan 16 Queers | Jan 25 Pinkerton Thugs

Merrill Auditorium | Jan 31 Ani Difranco | March 1 John Edward (the psychic!) | May 18   BB King

The Music Hall (Portsmouth NH) | Jan 26 They Might Be Giants | Feb 19 Lyle Lovett + John Hiatt | Feb 22 Medeski, Martin, and Wood | Feb 23 Grace Potter and the Nocturnals | March 9 Joshua Bell

North Star Café | Jan 13 Peter Mulvey

One Longfellow Square | Feb 1 Steve Forbert | Feb 8 Antje Duvekot | Feb 24 Ellis Paul

SPACE Gallery | Jan 19 Fiery Furnaces | Feb 14 Sole + Sky Rider Band + Telephone Jim Jesus | Feb 16 Company + Micah Blue Smaldone | Feb 25 Black Mountain

The Station | Feb 23 Bravery

The Strand (Rockland) | March 6 James Cotton

Strange Maine | April (day TBA) 5th Anniversary with BJ Snowden

Waterville Opera House | March 4 Joan Baez
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