Ryan Montbleau is bringing his folk-blues-with-a-dash-of-funk tunes to the Tralf Music Hall.
Montbleau, who has been performing since 1999, plays about 200 gigs a year, including several stops in Buffalo. The singer-songwriter and guitarist has opened for local folk legend Ani Difranco, as well as blues singer John P. Hammond and blues-rock singer and guitarist Martin Sexton.
Montbleau has released nine albums, three of which were live, since 2002. He will perform with his full band, the Ryan Montbleau Band, at the show, starting at 8 p.m. Friday in the Tralf (622 Main St.). Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $14 advance, $16 on the day of the show (box office, Ticketmaster, Walmart). Call 852-2860.
– Hannah Gordon