Haley Reardon at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. Noted for her songwriting and engaging stage performance, Reardon has spent the past five years sharing the stage with acts like Tom Rush, Peter Yarrow, and opening for the likes of Lori McKenna, Mark Erelli and more. Tickets: $17 advance, $20 general. 570/588-8077.
Stolen Jars at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. Inspired by acts as diverse as Sufjan Stevens, Elvis Costello, and Dirty Projectors, the music is a vibrant mixture of looping intricate guitar lines and floating melodies. Tickets: $19 advance, $22 general. 570/588-8077.
Nat Osborn Band at Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill, 8pm. This Brooklyn-based band takes elements of soul, funk, indie-rock and jazz and weaves them around Osborn’s infectious and clever songs. Tickets: $20 advance, $23 general. 570/588-8077.
The Friends of Maris Hearn present Tom Pacheco at the Tusten Theatre. Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30. Special guest Angelbeth will open the show. The concert is a benefit for WJFF Radio and The Delaware Valley Arts Alliance. $15 admission. Check out his website at tompacheco.com.
Night of music with Jeff Weinman at D&H Canal Visitor's Center, 58 Hoag Rd., 7pm. Weinman plays old-time “Barrelhouse” piano, a combination of ragtime, blues and honky-tonk piano styles that came out of the saloons and ghettos of New Orleans in the early decades of the 20th century. Admission $7, members $5. 845/754-8870.
The Bombadils, a folk band from Montreal, and Nick Maione, a poet from upstate NY, present an integrated program of Maione’s original poems and The Bombadils’ songs at International Center for a Culture of Compassion, 2299 Ulster Heights Rd., 3pm. Cost: $10 advance, $15 door.
Special concert featuring master mandolinist Wayne Fugate at the Sullivan County Museum, 265 Main St., 7pm. Little Sparrow opens the show. Prior to the show Fugate will conduct a mandolin workshop (4:30pm), cost is $20, and includes admission to the concert.
Music night at Phillipsport Community Center. Judith Tulloch Band combines Brazilian, Latin and Afro rhythms with jazz and poprock, and world fusion with a jazzy edge. Clear Light Ensemble plays Rega-inspired musical journeys with sitar, flute, bass guitar and percussion. Suggested $2 donation. Food and beverage available for purchase. 845/210-4303
Folk musician Happy Traum shares songs, stories and photos at the Tusten Theatre, 8pm. His show “Coming of Age in the Greenwich Village Folk Revival and the Woodstock Scene (1954–1971)” includes tales of music and friendship with Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger and Brownie McGhee. Tickets: $20 advance, $25 at the door. 845/252-7272.
Somethin’ Else and comic Paul Bond at Cove Haven, 8:30pm. Free and open to the public.