You may want to get some rest tonight, because Saturday and Sunday are jam-packed. Zappa tribute band Project Object—featuring ex-Mothers Ike Willis and Ray White—plays 8x10 tomorrow night; at the Meyerhoff, DRUMLine Live brings the historically black college marching band tradition to the stage; the photographer Neil Meyerhoff talks about his recent work, at 3 pm, at Grimaldis; Seeing Now, a show of photography since 1960 (including great stuff from William Eggleston, Cindy Sherman, and William Christenberry!), opens at the BMA; and Joyce Scott gives at artist talk at 2 pm as part of the Reginald Lewis Museum’s Material Girls show.
Sunday morning, vinyl lovers will be flocking to the Arbutus Fire Hall for the Maryland Music Collectors’ Record and CD Show. At noon, Invisible Sound Studios opens its vintage guitar amplifier museum to the public for one of its popular “tone geek” events in Highlandtown. You can also grab a delicious lunch at Chicken Rico around the corner.
Sunday night, Bill Frisell—the ultimate guitar “tone geek”—brings Bossa Nova soaked guitar virtuosity to MICA’s Brown Center for what promises to be an amazing show with vocalist Vinicius Cantuaria. The show starts at 6 pm, and students get in for just $10!
If you can't make that show, Frisell plays two shows at An die Musik on Monday night.