1) Country duo Brothers Osborne is composed of two brothers, T.J. (lead vocals) and John (guitar, backing vocals). Growing up in Deale, Maryland, they were inspired by the music in their father’s record collection and formed a band. They then sought their fortune in the country music capital of Nashville, Tennessee. The Brother’s gamble has paid off as their two albums have reached No. 3 and 2 respectively on the Billboard Country Chart, they have been nominated for one Grammy and won two Academy of Country Music Awards. The duo’s latest release was 2018’s Port Saint Joe. The Brothers Osborne opened for Dierks Bentley this past June at KeyBank Pavilion.Special guest is The Wild Feathers. Sold out. Doors open 7 p.m. Stage AE, 400 North Shore Dr., North Shore.
2) Some dance companies outlive their founders—Martha Graham died in 1991, at the age of 96; her company is now in its 93rd year—while some are like rock groups that flourish for a time and then disband. Pittsburgh is one of the cities getting a final chance to catch a supergroup, as the acclaimed company Jessica Lang Dance visits here on its farewell tour. Since 2012, New York-based JLD (oft known by just its acronym) has been a main vehicle for dances created by the formidable Lang, who is moving on to other choreographic work. JLD’s Pittsburgh show includes six dances that span a range of her styles. “The Calling” is a sinuous solo piece, performed to the eerie sounds of Norwegian chamber vocalists Trio Mediæval. “Glow” is a bouncy ensemble number danced to electronic music, and there are pieces set to classical and jazz/pop music, too. Jessica Lang Dance is presented by Pittsburgh Dance Council at the Byham Theater. 8 p.m. 101 6th St, Cultural District. (MV)
3) First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh Songspace series presents an evening of original music from Pittsburgh Americana band Buffalo Rose. The band’s sound is described as folk and soul-grass with soaring harmonies. Three singers (Shane McLaughlin, Lucy Clabby, and Rosanna Spindler) provide strong melodic vocals riding on top of layers of stringed instruments. Instruments and players generating the jangle are acoustic guitar (McLaughlin), upright bass (Jason Rafalak), mandolin (Bryce Rabideau), and Dobro (Malcolm Inglis.). Buffalo Rose has been touring the U.S. to promote their 2018 release, The Soil and the Seed. And have been working on a new album with newest member Rosanna Spindler. Sounds like a nice opportunity to chill and hear some great music. 7:30 p.m. 605 Morewood Ave., Shadyside.