8 p.m. Thursday. The Apohadion Theater, 107 Hanover St., Portland, $8 in advance, $10 day of show. theapohadiontheater.com
She’s an internationally acclaimed multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter from Oregon, and her latest album is called “Goners.” Here’s a chance to see Laura Gibson live in the intimate space of The Apohadion Theater. Gibson was the first musician ever to perform an NPR Tiny Desk Concert just over 11 years ago in April 2008. Greg Jamie opens the show.
8 p.m. Saturday. One Longfellow Square, 181 State St., Portland, $20 in advance, $25 day of show. onelongfellowsquare.com
Catch an Americana and folk quintet that’s out on the road slinging tunes from a terrific album called “Sunshiner.” Released last year, “Sunshiner” bursts with vocals from Ruth Ungar and Mike Merenda. The album opens with the optimistic “Make It True” and is also home to the quiet, jangly tune “Beautiful One”; the soulful, poignant title track; and the album-ending, 10-minute elegiac “Big Ideas.”
8 p.m. Sunday. Port City Music Hall, 504 Congress St., Portland, $18 in advance, $20 day of show, $35 preferred seating. portcitymusichall.com
Jamestown Revival is a Texas band led by Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance. They like to describe their sound as “Southern and Garfunkel,” and the latest single is called “Round Prairie Road.” It’s a lovely song with gorgeous harmonies and is from their forthcoming album, “San Isabel,” due out on June 14. You can count on getting a healthy preview of it at the band’s Portland show. Fun fact: “San Isabel” includes a cover of The Mamas & The Papa’s 1965 classic tune “California Dreamin,” so keep your fingers crossed they’ll bust that one out. Chris Ross and the North opens the show.