1. Band of bros

The Talbott Brothers wrap songs in a blanket of warmth you can only get from your family.

Featuring brothers Nick and Tyler Talbott, the duo delivers blood harmonies with storytelling and infectious melodies.

Their latest full-length album, “Gray,” illustrates the band’s tension between conflicting relationships and the various trials of the human condition.

The Talbott Brothers have shared the stage with Johnnyswim and ZZ Ward. They’ve also played more than 500 shows and independently released three albums.

You can catch the duo and their blend of Americana rock at 10 p.m., Saturday. Admission is free.



ADDRESS Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats
320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach

INFO dogfish.com

2. Spirit whisperer

Deanna Fitzpatrick sees dead people.

Her journey began in 2001, when she visited a hypnotherapist for assistance with weight loss. That evening, after the hypnosis was complete, she began to see spirits for the first time.

Since then, Fitzpatrick has been working to improve her ability to connect and help the living come to know that their people in spirit are still a part of their lives.

Fitzpatrick will begin the spiritual experience at 8 p.m., Friday. Tickets are $30 to $35.



ADDRESS Milton Theatre
110 Union St., Milton

WEBSITE miltontheatre.com

3. Warm Christmas show

If you’re dealing with holiday stress, the charming production “It’s A Wonderful Life” could do your heart some good.  

The tale follows the saga of George Bailey, a man from a small town with dreams of escape and adventure that’ve been quashed by family obligation and civic duty.

After hitting rock bottom and feeling depressed, he’s shown what the world would be like if he never existed.

“It’s A Wonderful Life” will bring some Christmas cheer at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and at 2 p.m., Sunday. COST $24 seniors/students; $25 general.



ADDRESS Possum Hall
441 Old Laurel Road, Georgetown

WEBSITE possumpointplayers.org