The Fillmore Silver Spring will play host to two distinct female talents this weekend, beginning tonight with a homegrown country star.
Rising Nashville star and Potomac native Maggie Rose will rock the Fillmore with her chart-topping brand of bravado at 8 p.m. tonight. The former Clemson University student released her debut album, “Cut to Impress,” in March. Presented by WMZQ, Rose will be joined by supporting act Frankie Ballard. Tickets are $16 for the general admission, standing room only event. For more information on Maggie Rose, visit www.maggierosemusic.com.
On Saturday, singer-songwriter, artist and former lead singer for the rock band Hole, Courtney Love, will join the fray, supported by special guest Starred. Tickets for the 8 p.m. concert are $29.
For more information, visit www.fillmoresilverspring.com.
In Prince George’s County, the Greenbelt Arts Center and Agatha Christie welcome “The Unexpected Guest.” Presented by the visiting Thunderous Productions of Beltsville, Christie’s famed whodunit follows a stranded stranger who — seeking refuge in a nearby home — discovers a dead body and a smoking gun. Mystery, sleuthing and deceit, of course, ensue. Tickets are $17. “The Unexpected Guest” runs to Sunday. For complete show times, visit www.greenbeltartscenter.org.
Finally, in Fairfax County, Canadian quartet The Tenors will perform both classical numbers and covers of pop hits at 8 p.m. today at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Va. The group has shared the stage with luminaries such as Celine Dion, Paul McCartney and Sting and have performed for The Queen of England and at the Emmy Awards. The Tenors’ latest album, “Lead with Your Heart,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard crossover charts. For more information, visit www.wolftrap.org. Visit www.tenorsmusic.com.