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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.

Dance

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.

The­ater

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.

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