Tonight in live music: The Delta Saints, Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why

Concerts this Tue., March 17.

A few shows for you on this Tue., March 17...

The Delta Saints with Sara Rose Hailing from Nashville, The Delta Saints are an ambitious (you guessed it) Delta blues-infused rock quintet. After relentless touring behind 2013’s Death Letter Jubilee and selling out shows in six countries, they issued a concert LP, Live at Exit/In, that showcases Ben Ringel’s soulful pipes and screeching guitar riffs. They’re back on the road again and if that weren’t enough, new noise is on the way; upcoming Bones is still in the lab but due out later this year. The five-sometimes-six-piece Sara Rose Band warms the mood with some Western swing and country roots tunes. (Local 662, St. Petersburg) —Adam Hardy

Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why He’s not in any way related to Mumford & Sons, nor does New Jersey singer-songwriter Quincy Mumford make music that sounds like that particular indie folk band. His own group’s aesthetic is rooted in rock and reggae, heavily dosed in funk, lightly infused with prog, soul and psychedelia, and well-equipped to launch into jam-tastic territories at any moment. (Orpheum, Ybor City) —Leilani Polk

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