Jeff Christmas. Photo by Lauryn Hottinger

Jeff Christmas
6:30 p.m. Friday. Falmouth Congregational Church parking lot, 267 Falmouth Road, free, donations accepted for concessions.
Enjoy a parking-lot show from former North Carolina singer-songwriter Jeff Christmas who will be playing songs from last year’s album “Little Universe.”  Standout tracks include “Learning in the Line,” “Devour Ourvselves” and “More Of You.” Christmas’s foray into the folk world happened while he was a college student in North Carolina’s Appalachian Mountains, and his biggest influence is Ani DiFranco.  The show will also be streamed on the church’s Facebook page,, so no worries if the weather’s lousy.

Left to right Beau Lisy (drums), Mark Tipton (trumpet) and Ryan Blotnick (guitar). BlotKimura

Mark Tipton Trio
7:30 p.m. Friday. Streaming via Camden Opera House, free, donations appreciated.
Trumpeter, composer, producer and educator Mark Tipton will be joined by drummer Beau Lisy and guitarist Ryan Blotnick for a streaming show presented by Camden Opera House. The trio is three-fifths of the Les Sorciers Perdus, a progressive jazz group known for innovative silent film scores and original jazz compositions. This particular show will include new tunes from Tipton, including a pair inspired by