Dave Carlock’s Best Bets: May 10-15

Published 5:18 pm Thursday, May 9, 2013

Friday, May 10
Anne Hills
8 p.m.
The Livery
190 Fifth St., Benton Harbor
(269) 925-8760

Anne Hills has become one of the better-known voices of contemporary folk, having received a 2001 WAMMIE Award for a duet record made with folk legend Tom Paxton (Paxton was a recipient of the 2009 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award). If you love folk, don’t miss Anne doing her thing.
Check it out: liverybrew.com

Saturday, May 11
‘Trampled Under Foot’
8 p.m.
Acorn Theater
107 Generations Drive
Three Oaks
(269) 756-3879

Ever feel like your family’s giving you the blues? How about two brothers and a sister in a three-piece blues band? They come to shake the Acorn stage loose of a winter’s break with skills that landed them opening gigs with Koko Taylor and Kenny Wayne Shepherd.
Check it out: tufkc.com

Sunday, May 12
Please spend some time with your mother?

Tuesday, May 14
‘Room 237’
6 p.m.
Riviera Theatre

Conspiracy theorists have long celebrated the idea that NASA never really landed on the moon, instead faking a moon landing in 1969 on the “2001: A Space Odyssey” set built in London. Are there hidden messages confirming this secret of all secrets in Kubrick’s 1980 masterpiece, “The Shining”? “Room 237” hypothesizes on what Kubrick was trying to tell us.
Check it out:  bit.ly/ZLzX0B

Wednesday, May 15
7:30 p.m.
Morris Performing Arts Center
211 N. Michigan St.
South Bend
(574) 235-9190

The backstory to the “Wizard Of Oz,” or should I say, the ORIGINAL backstory, even  before “The Great And Powerful OZ.” Don’t miss this live production while it’s at the Morris.
Check it out: bit.ly/ZRguwk

Send info on events you think Dave should know about to DaveCarlocksBestBets@27sounds.com.