Happening Sunday: Charlie Wilson, Love On the Line, and more

-Charlie Wilson, Kem, Joe: If you do partake in romance on Saturday, don’t let it end there: Uncle Charlie and his bejeweled fedoras are here to help with fellow R&B hunks Kem and Joe. Learn from his mastery of suaveness, or become lost in his croons that remind you, over and over again, that his name is “Charlie, last name Wilson,” in case you forget. 7:30 p.m., Royal Farms Arena, 201 W. Baltimore St., (410) 347-2020, royalfarmsarena.com $48-$100.

-Love On the Line: It's Sunday, and you have to do laundry before work Monday morning. Laundry's usually a drag, but this time you will hear celebratory Baltimore stories over the swish of your spin cycle. A welcome departure from the hum of a dozen machines—and you know, from those not-so-celebratory Baltimore stories we often get. At the Spin Cycle Coin Laundromat, a commonplace setting will be populated with art, featuring students from Excel Academy and performances by Ama Chandra and Jahiti. Ms. Penny, an East Baltimore native and the event's featured domestic artist, explores the art of everyday life by making laundry folding into a delicate art form. Guests are encouraged to bring their stories to share—along with their quarters for the machines—to this pop-up community event hosted by The Family Arts Museum that, in the spirit of Valentine's Day, shares the memories of “A Baltimore Worth Living For.” Aww. 4-7 p.m., Spin Cycle Coin Laundromat, 2020 Maryland Ave., eventbrite.com/e/love-on-the-line-stories-of-a-baltimore-worth-living-for-tickets-15297412974, free with online reservation. (Lindsay VanAsdalan)

-From the Short List: The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents a night of Bach at the Meyerhoff. Gorilla Music presents the Baltimore Battle of the Bands at the Ottobar. Roots Café, hosted by City Paper contributor Geoffrey Himes, brings Steve Johnson and Tony Denikos to An die Musik Live. Illinois pop-punk band Ship Captain Crew plays Charm City Art Space with K Sean Long, Suburbs, and Maid Myriad. (Al Shipley)

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