Live music program: twin brothers in harmony and a trumpeter based on Big Easy

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8 p.m. Thursday. State Theater, 609 Congress St., Portland, $29.50 in advance, $35 day of show.
Ashe is the nickname of singer-songwriter Ashlyn Rae Wilson, who first gained attention for the 2019 song “Moral of the Story.” The piano ballad was featured in the Netflix movie “To All the Boys: PS I Still Love You” and has racked up over 415 million streams on Spotify. Ashe released her first full album “Ashlyn” last year and a handful of other tracks before that. His “Is It Me Or Is It Hot” tour is coming to Portland, with indie folk Adam Melchor opening for it.

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The Brothers Brothers
8 p.m. Friday. One Longfellow Square, 181 State St., Portland, $20 in advance, $25 day of show.
You can’t get better close harmonies than from identical twins – for example, Adam and Davis Moss, better known as The Brothers Brothers. They’ve been singing together since they were kids and released their debut EP in 2017. Here’s a chance to hear their harmonies yourself in Portland, as they sing several tracks from their upcoming album “Cover to Cover,” featuring tunes by James Taylor, The Revelers, Tom T. Hall, Richard Thompson and Jackson Browne, among others.

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Shamar Allen
7:30 p.m. Saturday. Strand Theatre, 345 Main Street, Rockland, $18 in advance, $20 day of show.
New Orleans trumpeter Shamarr Allen and his band will take the stage in Rockland on Saturday. Allen brings his sound to Maine from the Lower 9th Ward of The Big Easy, and his music encompasses jazz, hip-hop, funky beats, blues and country. Over the years Allen has performed all over the world and collaborated with Willie Nelson, Pattie LaBelle and Harry Connick Jr. Allen is also a former member of the legendary Rebirth Brass Band.

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