Catch these May concerts coming to southern Connecticut

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Some great acts are coming to Connecticut later in May.

On Thursday, May 23, Scottish R&B legends the Average White Band come to The Warehouse At FTC.

Friday, May 24, the British invasion continues in Fairfield as The English Beat take the stage. 

The Warehouse rounds out the weekend as Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls brings her band to town on Sunday, May 26.

If you miss the performance, you'll have another chance to catch Amy Ray at Daryl's House the following Thursday, May 30.

And finally, you can catch Trombone Shorty as he brings his funk-rock take on New Orleans jazz to the Ridgefield Playhouse May 24.

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