PICK OF THE DAY
Out on a ‘Limbs’
In last year’s track-by-track analysis of the Radiohead album “The King of Limbs,” Rolling Stone critic Will Hermes described “Bloom” saying, “Thom Yorke comes in like a voice from the great beyond. ‘Open your mouths wiiiiiiiiiiide,’ he sings, vowels stretching out like Slinkys. A strange and handsome bit of string orchestration on the breakdown, like a chamber orchestra caught in a sandstorm.” Yorke and bandmates celebrate the album in Mansfield. May 29 at 7:30 p.m. $32, $62. Comcast Center, 885 South Main St., Mansfield. 800-745-3000. www.livenation.com
Cheese-y Don’t turn your back on Rachel Gambiza unless you like cheese on it. The lead singer of Gambiza threw slices of cheese in the direction of audience members who had their backs to the band. The rock opera troupe celebrates its self-titled album with a set list including “Super Baby Bunnies,” “Fishies Swim,” and “Mr. Shiny Pants.” 8 p.m. $10. 18+. Middle East, 472-480 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. 866-777-8932. www.ticketweb.com
Over and out “Locked Doors & Pretty Fences,” the new release by Louisville-based Joel Henderson should be a required relationship album. If you’re moving on, listen to “Baby I’m So Over You.” If you’re pining, try “I’ll Be Waiting for You.”
8 p.m. doors. $5.
Midway Cafe, 3496 Washington St., Jamaica Plain. 617-524-9038. www.midwaycafe.com/our/calendar
Import-ant Forty years ago, New York’s Center for Cuban Studies launched its mission to import Cuban art. And in 1991, thanks to a successful lawsuit against the United States Treasury Department, importing original Cuban art was legalized. “Of Cuban Invention” features paintings, sculpture, and works on paper by eight artists. May 29 from noon-5 p.m. (through June 16).
Free. The Art Institute of Boston Gallery at University Hall,
1815 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. 617-585-6656.
Less is more Of his tour, Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer Lindsey Buckingham said, “Over time it has become increasingly vital to express more with less; that is my touchstone now, and the embodiment of that philosophy is what will be largely represented in the new show.” The less you will get is more than enough when the Grammy winner performs tracks from his latest album, “Seeds We Sow,” at his one-man show. May 29 at 9 p.m. $45. The Wilbur, 246 Tremont St., Boston. 800-745-3000. www.thewilbur.com
Lasting Lesson When she was 16, a fire destroyed Brenda Cirioni’s family home. The Stow artist then decided to attach herself to things that last, such as nature, art, and community. “Brenda Cirioni: Cycles of Renewal” is a collection of collage paintings on wood panels. May 29 from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (through June 18; June 9 reception from 2-4 p.m.). Free. Concord Art Association, 31 Lexington Road, Concord. 978-369-2578. www.concordart.org
Father knows best? If your son tells you he is going to propose to his girlfriend, would you respond like Justin Halpern’s dad: “You’ve been dating her for four years. It ain’t like you found a parallel [expletive] universe.” Dad told his son to consider what he knows about women. The result is the bestselling author’s “I Suck at Girls.” May 29 at 7 p.m. Free. Brookline Booksmith, 279 Harvard St., Brookline. 617-566-6660. www.brooklinebooksmith.com