Hi, this is Your Girl Cheryl with What’s Hot for the Weekend!
Friday, March 10
A quartet of vocalists come together for a night of musical surprises at the Creative Alliance, LETITIA VAN SANT, ANNE WATS, QUEEN EARTH, J POPE: BE MORE SONGSTRESS appear, 8pm, creativealliance.org
Diva for real, actress, singer, and the most notable Miss America, VANESSA WILLIAMS takes the stage at The Howard Theatre in two shows, 7:30 and 10pm, thehowardtheatre.com
EU (EXPERIENCE UNLIMITED) brings a late night dance party to Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, 10pm, bethesdabluesjazz.com
LIVE at Montpelier! at the Montpelier Cultural Center presents saxophonist DAVEY YARBOROUGH and vocalist ESTHER WILLIAMS, 8pm, 301.377.7800
Saturday, March 11
Contemporary jazz saxophonist GERALD ALBRIGHT performs at Blues Alley through Sunday, two shows each night, 8 and 10pm, bluesalley.com
BE’LA DONA Dance Night is all the rage at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz, 8pm, bethesdabluesjazz.com
Based on the classic movie, DRUMLINE LIVE! brings live music and African American culture front and center stage to The Lyric in Baltimore, 8pm, lyricbaltimore.org
MOTOWN & MORE: The Legacy Lives brings an old school party to Tally Ho, Leesburg, VA, 8pm, tallyholeesburg,com
The exhibit Dark Humor: Joyce Scott & Peter Williams uses “satire, visual puns, and the bizarre,” to “upend social conventions” at the Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University. Through April 1. Gallery hours 11am – 8pm.
Sunday, March 12
MOUSEY THOMPSON’S JAMES BROWN EXPERIENCE returns to The Howard Theatre in DC, 8pm, thehowardtheatre.com
Shifting Views: Contemporary African Art is the exhibit at The Baltimore Museum of Art--photographs, prints, and drawings offering political perspectives on the lives of Africans, through June, 443-573-1700, artbma.org