FRIDAY 2/14. The Undercroft. eight p.m. $10.
Mandy McBryde and Brent LaBeau
By the point Valentine’s Day rolls round, we’ve been bombarded with holiday-adjacent messaging for just a few strong weeks, and people of us with children will probably be experiencing all that sweetness within the type of sweet hearts and bits of pink glitter, to be unearthed from between the automotive seat cushions till not less than July. Hell, even these fortunate sufficient to be gazing via the rose-colored lens of latest love are in all probability itching for an antidote of twang and pathos come Feb. 14, and for that, Mandy McBryde is bringing the sad-song items. The Arkansas native is one-third of the Little Rock-based supergroup Wildflower Revue, and her knack for wrapping gut-punch lyrics in a languid, gauzy supply is each trademark and secret weapon. She’s joined by longtime collaborator Brent LaBeau on bass at this intimate basement venue; wine and beer can be found for a donation.