ARTS Pick: The Jellyman’s Daughter

The Jellyman's Daughter play The Front Porch on Wednesday. Publicity image The Jellyman’s Daughter play The Front Porch on Wednesday. Publicity image

The Jellyman’s Daughter has gone from busking in the streets of Edinburgh eight years ago to making an album in 2018 that BBC Radio’s Ricky Ross calls “One of my favourite records of the year.” Known for soulful harmonies accompanied by cello, guitar, and mandolin, the duo’s music transcends go-to folk and bluegrass to become exceptional acoustic rock. $10-12, 7:30pm. The Front Porch, 221 E. Water St. 806-7062.

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