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Tuesday night's concert calendar features two big folk acts

Tuesday night, two big folk acts will travel to Central Iowa to perform. Check out all the details below.

Wooly's will host the folk group Turnpike Troubadours on April 22.
Wooly's will host the folk group Turnpike Troubadours on April 22.Charles Walton

Tomorrow night, Wooly's in Des Moines will host the Oklahoma roots band Turnpike Troubadours. The folk rock/Americana quintet was recently selected as one of Live Nation's "Ones to Watch" bands. They were also just recently announced as one the bands selected to perform at this year's Wakarusa Music Festival. The band's most recent album, Goodbye Normal Street, charted on the Billboard 200 (#57), as well as Billboard's Country (#14), Rock (#23), Folk (#3), and Indie (#7) charts. Opening for the Troubadours will be Texas Americana act Jonny Burke. Tickets for this all ages event are $15 through the Wooly's box office and Ticketfly.

DG's Tap House in Ames will feature Arizona "psychedelic desert folk" act Decker (stylized "decker.") tonight. The band released their fourth studio album Slider last year, and they have plans to release an EP named Patsy later this summer. Des Moines roots duo Fox & Crow (Luke Fox and Bonita Crowe) will open the show at 9 p.m. The concert is free and open to all over the age of 21. Check out Decker's "Shadow Days" in the nearby video box.