1. GET KEYED IN
Valentine’s Day may be over, but romance is in the air. Pop-piano purveyor Jim Brickman will exude “Love Around the Piano” Feb. 20 at the Morrison Center. Remember, ladies love cool James. [Tickets]. And Cleveland International Piano Competition winner Martina Filjak will join the Boise Philharmonic for “The Heart of Romance” Feb. 21 at the Morrison Center. [Tickets]
2. DRINK UP
Woodland Empire Alecraft strikes back with a one-year anniversary party Feb. 21. On the itinerary: beer specials, hourly special tappings, exclusive bottle releases, food from Archie's Place and music from James Orr from 6 to 9 p.m.
3. BE SEEN AT SHEEN
Clinically depressed Seattle comedian Derek Sheen headlines at Liquid Laughs all weekend. He gets to tour with Brian Posehn sometimes, so theoretically, he’s happy occasionally. [Tickets]
4. WEAR A JACKET
Former My Morning Jacket guitarist Johnny Quaid will perform at Neurolux with his Boise project The Ravenna Colt on Feb. 20. It’s an album-release bash for his new release, “Terminal Current.” Get your indie jam on with opener Sleepy Seeds and their twin-guitar attack. [Tickets]
5. ENJOY SOME HOMEGROWN
Homegrown Theatre will help rewrite history with its production of “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson” by Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman. It’s at The Bouquet, a fitting venue for a rock comedy. [Tickets]
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