The first Americans to play an Irish jig in St. Paul’s Cathedral (or so they think—wink), Joe Scott and Hannah Alkire perform music largely influenced by flamenco and Celtic sounds. Of special interest is Scott’s “guitjo.” Nicknamed “Dos Neck-eez” (spelled phonetically), it’s a 14-string guitar; one neck is strung like a regular guitar with an extra bass string; the other is strung like a banjo but with two extra treble strings. The stirring music it makes is similar to that of a harp. Part of Gamble Rogers Concert Series.
Acoustic Eidolon play 6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10 at St. Augustine Art Association, 22 Marine St., $20, gamblerogersfest.org.