by Kirsty Evans
Sacred Profanities (self-released)
Sacred Profanities contains a series of hilarious odes to the joys of indulgence in recreational substances, along with general low-grade bad behavior. Laments about aging mix with stories of getting all dressed up in one’s best cowboy finery to go to the bar. It’s mostly country with occasional hints of honky-tonk and blues. Opener Sheets to the Wind is the best track on the album.
At Beckett’s (2271 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley) on June 18. 10 p.m., free. BeckettsIrishPub.com