With the recent releases by the Imaginary Sons, Vexine, Dumb Waiter, Grass Panther and Hannah Goad, Richmond is putting itself on the map as a music city. This week, the Broadberry holds record-release shows by two of our must-see hometown melody-makers. On Friday, May 6, the seven-piece indie rock ensemble Clair Morgan celebrates the release of its second album, “New Lions and the Not Good Night” on the respected, local label Egghunt Records. Joining it will be the varied sounds of Manatree, Spooky Cool and Way, Shape or Form. Doors open at 7 p.m. Admission is $8-$10. On Saturday, May 7, balls-to-the-wall psychedelic rock trio, People’s Blues of Richmond, births its third, full-length release, “Quit or Die.” Helping it celebrate will be vibe merchants Rikky Shay and folk quartet Dalton Dash. The music and dancing starts at 7 p.m. Admission is $10-$15. thebroadberry.com.
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