The Lower Cape Outreach Council is reaching out to the Cape community.

Jammin’ at the Rep, a benefit on behalf of the Orleans-based council, is being held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, at the Cape Repertory Theater in Brewster.

The show features a cross-section of Cape talent including singer-songwriter Tianna Esperanza; Broadway Central (Frank Polanski and Lary Chaplan); Cape Cod African Dance and Drum, led by Issa Coulibaly and Tara Murphy; accordionist/vocalist Tom Leidenfrost; vocalist Larry Marsland, and pianist Mark Borgmann, and the rock band Someone’s Little Brother.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door; at the Hope Chest, Post Office Square, Orleans, or online at: The Cape Repertory Theater is located at 3299 Route 6A, Brewster.

The Indigo Girls are coming to Provincetown Town Hall, 6 p.m. May 27.

The show is benefit for the Sandy Hook Promise organization, working to protect children against gun violence. Zoe Lewis will be opening the show.

Tickets are $50 to $150 and can be purchased online at Provincetown Town Hall is located at 254 Commercial St.

Tickets for the 20 Summers concert series shows at the Hawthorne Barn in Provincetown are going fast. Martha Wainwright and Dar Williams’ shows are sold out, but when I last looked there were still seats available for atmospheric singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler’s show, 7:30 p.m., Friday June 1.

Tickets are $30 available online at: The Hawthorne Barn is located at 29 Miller Hill Rd.

Tenzin Chopak, who performs Saturday, May 19, at Wellfleet Preservation Hall, is a mesmerizing musician. If his delicate guitar work doesn’t move you, his ethereal voice, somewhere between Cat Stevens and Jeff Buckley, certainly will.

Chopak, whose name was given to him while studying in Northern India, is the son of a minister and developed his love for music in his father’s church in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Chopak has recorded five albums, three under the group name, Rockwood Ferry, and two under his name.

Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by logging on to Wellfleet Preservation Hall is located at 335 Main St.

The Payomet Performing Arts Center is bringing rock blues guitarist/vocalist Gary Hoey and his band to the Elks Music Hall in Eastham on Saturday, May 26. The veteran musician plays a scorching brand of blues that recalls the great guitar slingers of the ‘60s and ‘70s.

Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25, $35; members $22, $32. Tickets can be purchased online at: The Elks Music Hall is located at 10 McCoy Rd., North Eastham.

Mark Erelli who’ll perform in a Vinegrass production Thursday, May 31, at O’Shea’s Olde Inn, has worked his way down memory lane with his latest recording “Mixed Tapes.”

Erelli has put aside his songwriting skills for this one, showcasing his interpretive talent with a collection of covers by artists as diverse as Solomon Burke, Roy Orbison, The Band, Richard Thompson, and Arcade, to name a few. I would think it fair to expect some of those songs to be sung at O’Shea’s along with some of this own originals culled from his twenty-year career.

The performance starts at 7 p.m. For tickets go to O’Shea’s Olde Inn is located at 348 Main St. (Route 28), West Dennis.

On Friday, May 18, Out Late with Diana Di Gioia will be at the Lorusso Lodge in Yarmouth, celebrating the release of its third and latest CD, “Nevermore.” The album is a collection of original songs with influences from surf to swing.

The band features Di Gioia on vocals and rhythm guitar, J Hagenbuckle on lead guitar, Melody Masi on backing vocals and Peter Giordano on bass. Drummer Jed Chrysler will join the group for the occasion.

The party starts at 7 p.m. The Lorusso Lodge is located at 31 Dupont Ave., South Yarmouth.

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