Matthew Lickona 2 p.m., Jan. 22
The Gregory Page Birthday Show
Occasional Rugburn Gregory Page turned 56 on April 14, but he apparently doesn’t plan to celebrate until two weeks later, when he stages what he’s billing as a birthday show at Lestat’s. Page’s newest album A Wild Rose dropped late last year, with a single for “Waiting For the Sun Again” soon added to Deezer’s Nieuw Deze Week playlist, as well as the Wakker Worden playlist. Another new track, “I’m Alive,” is showcased on the mainpage at Page’s website with a folksy Irish-tinted video mostly set on a projected moving highway and punctuated by unexpected visual flourishes such as a trio of stiff-armed female Riverdancers. His Facebook page currently features a concert video capturing a February performance in Rotterdam of a pro-peace anthem from the new album, “Love is Stronger Than Hatred,” as well as a recent TV broadcast from the Netherlands with Page and Tim Knol playing another new track, “Whatever Keeps You Dreaming,” on a studio soundstage.
- When: Sunday, April 28, 2019, 8 p.m.
- Cost: $20