London Grammar

8 p.m. • First Avenue • 18-plus • $22-$24

London Grammar is a British pop-tronica trio, whose sound is moody, atmospheric and ethereal but more soulful than those adjectives suggest. That's because vocalist Hannah Reid is equal parts Sade and Florence Welch. Four tunes from the trio's only album, 2013's "If You Wait," have received spins on 89.3 the Current, with the Brit hit "Strong" probably receiving the strongest reaction. This is the rescheduled date from a November booking. Opening is Until the Ribbon Breaks, a British avant-soul trio. Jon Bream

Chris Robinson Brotherhood

8 p.m. • Fine Line • 18-plus • $20-$45

With the Black Crowes warring among themselves again, the band's hard-howling singer is back to making his namesake Chris Robinson Brotherhood his main vehicle. The sextet includes guitarist Neal Casal, formerly of Ryan Adams' Cardinals, and Crowes keyboardist Adam MacDougall. Their winter tour kicks off in Minneapolis and follows the release of their third album, "Phosphorescent Harvest," another hazy and jammy but soulful collection. CRB shows are always very light on Crowes songs but include some powerhouse covers. Expect two sets in this "evening with" performance. Chris Riemenschneider