Here are a few of the things going on in the South Logan County and surrounding area in the coming days.

Today’s Tip

The Nick Moss Band will perform at the Subiaco Performing Arts Center inside Centenary Hall on Wednesday, Feb. 8 at 7:45 p.m. Moss has been recognized as one the great guitarists of his generation, garnering accolades from Buddy Guy and praise from Jambase, Relix, and Gratefulweb.com among many others.

His recording career spans decades and his albums are staples at blues radio outlets worldwide, and are now in rotation at stations with jam and rock formats. Nick Moss Band has a legion of fans that flock to his shows, knowing that each night will be a grand musical experiment.

Shades of Buble’

Shades of Buble’ will perform at 7 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 11 to conclude the annual season of entertainment at the Greenwood Performing Arts Center. Shades of Buble’ is a a three-man tribute to multi-Grammy Award-winning recording artist Michael Buble’.

Enjoy an evening of romance with this dazzling rendition of Sinatra’s big band standards, exciting covers of Motown and rock-and- roll classics, along with stunning performances of Buble’s original Billboard chart- topping singles of today. Shades of Buble’ keeps audiences singing and clapping. This show thrills audiences with retro style, high energy, tight harmonies, smooth choreography, and dashing good looks while performing some of the best music ever written.

Western Swing

Western Swing band Asleep at the Wheel will appear in concert at 8 p.m,. Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Alma Performing Arts Center.

Since the early 1970s, Asleep at the Wheel has been the most important force in keeping the sound of Western swing alive. Reviving the freewheeling, eclectic sensibility of Western swing godfather Bob Wills, the group has earned enthusiastic critical praise throughout their lengthy career.

They have not only preserved classic sounds that had all but disappeared from country music, but have also been able to update the music, keeping it a living, breathing art form.

Tickets for this show can be purchased through the box office or online at http://almapac.org/?page_id=17. Call 479-632-2129 to purchase by phone.

The show is presented by the Alma Education and Arts Foundation.