When: 8 p.m. on Saturday, February 12

Where: Sessions Music Hall – Main Hall, 44 E. 7th Ave., Eugene

Details from Alligator Records: Curtis Salgado — the Portland-based award-winning vocalist, instrumentalist and songwriter that National Public Radio has called “an icon” with “a huge voice,” comes to Eugene for a live performance. His latest album, Damage Control, is being hailed as the best of his long career. Produced by Salgado himself, it is packed with soul-searching, street-smart, vividly detailed, instantly memorable songs. Salgado, whose career spans more than three decades,  has won the Blues Music Award for “Contemporary Soul Blues Male Artist Of The Year” six times, most recently in 2021. His career moves from co-fronting The Robert Cray Band to leading his own band and recording nine solo albums, to helping transform actor John Belushi into ‘Joliet’ Jake Blues for the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers, to touring the country with Steve Miller and Santana.

Tickets: $30-$55

Information: 541-345-4434 (Sessions Music Hall), www.sessionsmusichall.com *See website for complete performance information, Music video for “The Longer That I Live”: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikRzUBWoUIY