RAMBLIN’ MEN The Allman Brothers tribute band, Freestone Peaches, brings their Southern rock set to Coyote Sonoma on Saturday, Jan. 27. (Photo by Susan J. Weiand)

Performance Artist
Singer, harpist and author Calvin Arsenia brings a sensory concert experience to the Second Story stage on Thursday, Jan. 25. Show starts at 6pm; there’s no cover, but expect a packed house. At Little Saint, 25 North St.

Guitar Craftsman
Christian Foley-Beining lets out his jazz spirit at Furthermore Wines, across the street from his leatherworks shop, accompanied by Joel Kruzic on bass and Tom Hayashi on drums. It’s Friday, Jan. 26, 5-8pm, 328A Healdsburg Ave.

Sax Teacher
SRJC music teacher Bennett Friedman brings a tight trio to play late bebop classics from Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock and others at the Spirit Bar, in the hotel lobby. Saturday, Jan. 27, Hotel Healdsburg, 25 Matheson St., 6-9pm.

Opening Night
Chimichangas and Zoloft begins a three-weekend run at the Raven Theater on Friday, Jan. 26. Friday and Saturdays at 7:30pm, Sunday matinees at 2pm. Tickets $10 students, $25 adults. 115 North St. Thursday, Feb. 1, is a pay-what-you can performance, 7:30pm.

King of Them All
On Saturday, Jan. 27, the history of Cincinnati’s King Records will be illuminated by Ben Levin, a blues piano player and singer. He speaks from 12:30-1:30pm, following a morning jazz performance by Charged Particles from 11am to noon. Healdsburg Regional Library, 139 Center St.

Dance and Voice
An unusual performance at The 222 on Saturday, Jan. 27, with the return of vertical dancers Bandaloop in collaboration with Roomful of Teeth, a Grammy Award-winning vocal band that explores the expressive potential of the human voice. Tickets $55-$95, showtime is 7pm, at 222 Healdsburg Ave.

Freestone Peaches
Despite the hyperlocal familiarity of the name, the Freestone Peaches are an Allman Brothers tribute band, coming to Healdsburg on Saturday, Jan. 27. Tickets $15, music at 7pm at Coyote Sonoma, 44f Mill St.

Up in Cloverdale
The Cloverdale Performing Arts Center has announced its winter schedule, starting this Sunday, Jan. 28, with the Flute Fusion Duo, from 2-4pm, tickets $15-$20. Other upcoming shows include Comedy Night on Feb. 3, Jared Freiberg on Feb. 4, Sono Musette on Feb. 10 and more, at https://cloverdaleperformingartsc.simpletix.com, 209 N. Cloverdale Blvd., Cloverdale.

Elephant Rock
On Sunday, Jan. 28, the Anthony Cullins band performs at the Elephant in the Room. Cullins is the young hotshot guitarist who accompanied Errol King on his tour last year. Showtime 7pm, $10 cover. Saturday night it’s the Portland genre-benders Lost Ox, free, at 177 Healdsburg Ave.

Housing Work Group
The city’s Housing Element Work Group holds its regular meeting this month at the Randall Apartments, the low-income housing at the Mill District. Meeting is Monday, Jan. 29, from 6-8pm, 11 Saw Mill Circle.

Upstairs Art Gallery
A new show at the Upstairs Art Gallery, at Levin & Co. books, opens on Monday, Jan. 29. The exhibit is called “All You Need Is Love” and features Sonoma County artists presenting a collection that celebrates the love and beauty of Valentine’s Day (expect lots of red). The artists’ reception is Saturday, Feb. 3, from 3-6pm. 306 Center St., upstairs.

Crab Feed
It’s time for American Legion Post 111’s annual all-you-can-eat Crab Feed, Sunday, Feb. 3, at Villa Chanticleer. Call Nathan at (707) 615-2894 for tickets, $75.

City Council
The Healdsburg City Council’s next meeting is Monday, Feb. 5, starting at 6pm in Council Chambers, 401 Grove St.

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Christian Kallen has called Healdsburg home for over 30 years. A former travel writer and web producer, he has worked with Microsoft, Yahoo, MSNBC and other media companies, usually in an editorial capacity. He started reporting locally in 2012, moving from Patch to the Sonoma Index-Tribune to the Kenwood Press before joining the Healdsburg Tribune in 2022.

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