Corridor full of live music this weekend

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Casey Donahew Band

The Burleson, Texas native Casey Donahew has carved out an impressive niche for himself on the country music scene over the past decade. He has topped the Texas music charts several times, released four albums independently to critical acclaim, and forged a path all his own through the music scene without the aid or muscle of a major record label or power-suit management company. His latest CD is “Double Wide Dream.”

Casey Donahew Band | 8 p.m. today (1/11) | First Avenue Club, 1550 S. First Ave., Iowa City | $20 |

Ryne Doughty

Ryne Doughty is a folk-roots musician out of Des Moines, whose music is deeply rooted in real life stories of love, loss, work and play. With solid finger-style guitar picking and a rich baritone voice he brings a dynamic of warmth and richness to the stage. His most recent album — his fourth — is “Date Night.”

Ryne Doughty | 8 p.m. today (1/11) | Farmers Mercantile Hall, 100 W. Main St., Garrison  | $8 |

Sons of Serendip

Finalists on NBC’s America’s Got Talent season 9, Sons of Serendip creates beautiful music through the use of a harp, piano, cello, and voice. The quartet met in graduate school at Boston University and has been performing for audiences as a powerhouse ever since. The group honors singer-songwriter legend Stevie Wonder in their Songs in the Key of Wonder show as they perform Wonder’s top hits such as “Isn’t She Lovely,” “Higher Ground,” and “Superstition.”

Sons of Serendip | 7:30 p.m. Friday (1/12) | University of Dubuque Heritage Center, 2000 University Ave., Dubuque  | $15 to $36 | Heritage Center Farber Box Office, (563) 585-SHOW or

DIGITOUR: Artic Lights

This all-ages, family friendly concert introduces young artists. Performing will be Raegan Beast, Jonas Bridges, Sam Collins, Max & Harvey and ItsJustNick.

DigiTour: Artic Lights | 6:30 p.m. Friday (1/12) | Gabe’s, 330 E. Washington St., Iowa City  | $25 |