1. Honey, she’s home
Donna Huber takes on the role of country star Shania Twain.
Like Twain, Huber is from Ontario, Canada. The tribute artist quickly became as well known as the renowned Twain after she started hitting the stage.
Huber will serenade listeners in a Twain tribute at 8 p.m., Friday. Tickets are $27 to $32.IF YOU GO 684-3038 ADDRESS Milton Theatre 110 Union St., Milton WEBSITE miltontheatre.com
2. Deep-fried blues
Hearing Jimi Hendrix’s music as a teenager changed Selwyn Birchwood’s life. After learning Hendrix was influenced by the blues, Birchwood found himself really soaking up the genre.
Now in his early 30s, the bluesman has been touring non-stop with the Selwyn Birchwood Band. He’s played many festivals, including Chicago Blues Festival, Waterfront Blues Festival and the Mississippi Valley Blues Festival.
Birchwood has opened for major blues stars such as Robert Cray and Buddy Guy. He’s also shared the stage with friend and teacher Joe Louis Walker.
The bluesman will make your ears happy at 10 p.m., Saturday. Admission is free.IF YOU GO 226-BREW ADDRESS Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats 320 Rehoboth Ave., Rehoboth Beach WEBSITE dogfish.com
3. Honoring a piano wiz
Virtuoso pianist Leon Fleisher will deliver a performance featuring Mozart’s No. 12 piano concerto, sharing the stage with the Delaware Symphony Orchestra.
Fleisher, who’s in his 90th year, is a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors from 2007. DSO, led by conductor David Amado, will perform Bruckner’s No. 7 symphony during the second half of the show.
The concert will launch at 3 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are $15 to $35.IF YOU GO 656-7442 ADDRESS Cape Henlopen High School 1250 Kings Highway, Lewes WEBSITE delawaresymphony.org