Blue Tues days Featuring Piano Bob’ s 88 swith Bone fish Johnny: Fans of boogiewoogie, New Orleans, and jump swing blues are info ra musical awakening when local blues royalty, Piano Bob Wilder, sits down to play. He’s joined on stage by Bone fish Johnny, whose songs are a drift wood pile of rhythm and style. Crossing over between the in die, blues, and jam band scenes for years with funk rock act Groove Thangs, eclecticbar band Shack Daddys, and his live Funky Roots Revue, Bonefish Johnny makes music tomove to and bemoved by. 8:30pm, Boston’s on the Beach, 40S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. 561-278-3364, bostonsonthebeach.com. Free.
Pablo Villegas: Born andraised in Spain, the guitarist is knownfor his passionate interpretations and bravura technique, with a rich and full sound that does not need amplification. His performances draw comparisons to such legendary players as Andrés Segovia. The first guitarist towin El Ojo Crítico, Spain’s top classical music honor, Villegas’ tour marks the release of his eclectic solo album, “Americano.” 7:30pm, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, 701Okeechobee Blvd., WestPalm Beach. 561-832-7469.$39.
Rock in’ Road to Dublin: The news how combines the art of an Irish dance show, the power of a rock-n-roll concert and the finish of a Broadway theatrical production. The first national tour stars World Champion Irish dancers Scott Do her ty and Ashley Smith, plus 14dancers, eight musicians and two vocalists. 7:30pm, Parker Playhouse, 707 NE Eighth St., Fort Lauderdale. 954-462-0222. $31.50-$51.50.
Spring Awakening: The Broadway musical based on a German play deals with dark adolescent issues. The show turned “Barely Breathing” popster Duncan Sheik into a Tony winning composer. 8pm, Universityof Miami, Jerry Herman Ring Theatre ,1312 Miller Drive, Coral Gables. 305-284-4474.$10-$25.