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Ladies sing the blues: The PAL Blues, Arts and BBQ Festival July 21-22 in Redwood  City is an annual summer highlight. This year’s music lineup celebrates women blues artists, and it’s a dandy: Lara Price, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Lady Bianca and Pamela Rose with her “Blues Is a Woman” project, among other performers. The event also features arts and crafts and a wide variety of barbecue and other yummy food and drink. And portions of concession proceeds benefit the city’s Police Activity League. Details: 5-8:30 p.m. July 21, noon-8 p.m ballet flats with arch support insert. July 22; Redwood City Courthouse Square; free admission; www.redwoodcitypal.com.— Randy McMullen, Staff..

Lionel Richie unpacks All the Hits: Lionel Richie’s All the Hits Tour is finally ready to hit the Bay Area. The trek, featuring special guest Mariah Carey, was rescheduled to accommodate Richie’s recovery from a knee procedure, and hopefully, the star is fully recovered and ready to dance and croon “All Night Along.” Tauren Wells is also on the bill. Details: 7 p.m. July 21; Oracle Arena, Oakland; $39.95-$500; www.ticketmaster.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff ballet flats with arch support insert. An oh, so-’90s double bill: Matchbox Twenty and Counting Crows have a lot in common. Both came to fame in the ‘90s thanks to blockbuster debut albums. Matchbox Twenty’s first effort, 1996’s “Yourself or Someone Like You,” sold some 12 million copies in the U.S. alone, while the Crows’ “August and Everything After” came out in 1993 and also went on to enjoy multiplatinum success. Now, the two pop-rock bands have embarked on a co-headlining tour that lands at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View July 21. Details: 6:45 p.m.; $29.50-$125.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..

Back to the Futura: Nostalgia for the ‘80s is still going strong. For proof, just check out the upcoming Retro Futura, billed as “America’s Premier ‘80s Concert Tour.” The trek coming to the Bay Area this weekend features Howard Jones, The English Beat, Men Without Hats, Modern English, Paul Young and Katrina (without the Waves). That’s a pretty cool crew and we just can’t wait to see the crowd reaction when Men Without Hats breaks into “The Safety Dance.” Just remember: You can dance if you want to. Details: 7:30 p.m. July 21; Mountain Winery, Saratoga; $49.50-$79.50; www.mountainwinery.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff ballet flats with arch support insert.

The women of Cuban jazz: Canadian soprano saxophonist and flutist Jane Bunnett has spent the past two decades introducing brilliant young Cuban musicians to audiences outside their cloistered homeland. A few years back she realized a new generation of women players were coming into their own, which led to the creation of Maqueque, a high-octane ensemble that’s already served as a launching pad for vocalist Daymé Arocena. The sextet’s latest lineup, which makes its only California appearance July 23 at the Freight & Salvage in Berkeley,  features drummer Yissy Garcia, pianist Dánae Olano, percussionist Magdelys Savigne, bassist Celia Jiménez, and violinist Elizabeth Rodriguez. Details: 7 p.m.; $24/$28; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org.— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent ballet flats with arch support insert.

A glorious midlife crisis: San Francisco author Andrew Sean Greer, whose “The Confessions of Max Tivoli” from 2004 has probably made the biggest splash of the five novels he has published so far, has a gently hilarious sixth one out now in “Less” (Little Brown, $26, 272 pages). It is narrated by the hapless Arthur Less, an almost-50 writer afflicted with a middle-age crisis, a failed love affair and a rejection notice from his own publisher. He takes off on a round-the-world junket to escape his demons. Meet Greer and hear more about his peripatetic protagonist at an upcoming trio of free Bay Area book-signings beginning next week ballet flats with arch support insert. Details: 7:30 p.m. July 26 at The Booksmith, San Francisco; www.booksmith.com; 7 p.m. July 27 at Book Passage, Corte Madera; http://www.bookpassage.com; 7 p.m. Aug. 10 at Rakestraw Books, Danville; www.rakestrawbooks.com.— Sue Gilmore, Correspondent..

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