Blues bound: Singer/songwriter Anders Osborne kicks off a U.S. summer tour at Baltimore's cozy 8 x 10 on June 20. Osborne will take his tunes to several festivals, including the fifth annual Paulie's NOLA Jazz & Blues Festival on June 23 in Worcester, Mass.; the New York State Blues Festival in Syracuse on July 13; and the White Mountain Boogie N' Blues Festival in North Thornton, N.H., on Aug. 18 .
Electric feel: Graphic designer Scott Hansen's electronic music alter-ego, Tycho, begins a busy summer tour at the Knitting Factory in Reno, Nev., on June 25. Tycho's atmospheric textures will fill the Summit Music Hall in Denver on June 29, the intimate Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland on July 8 and the Port City Music Hall in Portland, Maine, on July 12, with electro-pop musician Onuinu supporting. Tycho will also play the 11th annual Camp Bisco, a three-day festival at the Indian Lookout Country Club in Mariaville Lake, N.Y.
Quick comeback: Following a six-month gap, five-piece indie band Murder by Death is back on tour, starting at Mr. Smalls Theatre in Pittsburgh on July 12, a space constructed in an 18th-century church. The band will play New York's Webster Hall on July 17, as well as new venue Union Transfer in Philadelphia on July 18. Murder by Death will also perform two nights at San Francisco's Bottom of the Hill (Aug. 4-5). Justin Bridgewater of the Agency Group booked .
Summer fun: With a grand-opening show at the Microsoft Store at Danbury Fair in Danbury, Conn., on June 23, alt-rock band Young the Giant begins its summer tour. The group will headline San Francisco's Oyster Festival on June 30 and the Bethlehem (Pa.) Musikfest on Aug. 3. The band's New York Central Park SummerStage show (July 16) is already sold out, and it's also set to play a free show as part of the Thursday at the Harbor concert series in Buffalo, N.Y., on July 19.