Don White plays the Stone Soup Coffeehouse tonight. With great ad-libs, Don just might be one of the funniest singer/songwriters on the scene, but he balances the funnies with sweet, beautiful ballads and spoken word. From humorous ditties on parenting teens (he’s a musical Mark Patinkin, or maybe a coherent Bill Cosby) to nods to his Massachusetts roots (my fave: “I’m from Lynn, What Can I Say?”), Don always entertains. Warwick’s own Joanne Lurgio opens.
On Stone Soup: OK, it’s a bit weird to attend concerts in a church basement. But it’s a good-sized space with a real stage, encourages local talent through open mics, and if you’re lucky, Stone Soupers will have homemade treats for sale.
St. Paul’s Church, 50 Park Place, Pawtucket / 8 p.m. / $15