Little Feat in Concert at the Palace; Meadows Hosts Three Dog Night (Wed., 10/16/19)

Little Feat will perform at the Palace Theatre for its 50th Anniversary Tour. Some of the hits from this American folk-rock band are “Dixie Chicken” and “Fat Man in the Bathtub.” Guitarist Lowell George and pianist Bill Payne formed the group, which dissolved in 1979 before George’s death that same year. The band reformed in 1987. Its latest album is 2012’s Rooster Rag. 8 p.m. 21 W. Otterman St., Greensburg. (EC, CM)

Rock ‘n’ roll promotes good health. This has been scientifically proven by the remarkable number of bands from the 1960s-70s that are still active, and the type of music played by Three Dog Night is especially conducive to wellness: It’s feel-good rock. The group’s de facto anthem is “Joy to the World.” Other top hits, such as “Shambala,” also combine happiness-oriented lyrics with beats that are upbeat. In short, the guys are truly blasts from the past, and you can see for yourself when Three Dog Night visits The Meadows. 8 p.m. In the Event Center, 210 Racetrack Rd., Washington. (MV)