LOCAL SHOWS OF THE WEEK
• Sunday, Jimmy Ryan and Hayride, Atwood’s Tavern, Cambridge, 4 p.m. — The mandolin maestro and his band Hayride (Stu Kimball, Dana Colley, Dave Westner and Mike Piehl) perform the last of this monthly residency until the fall.
• Monday, Sarah Shook and the Disarmers, Atwood’s, 9:30 p.m. — The disarming North Carolinian known for her “honky-tonk punk” returns to Atwood’s in the midst of a nationwide tour that carries her through the summer.
• Tuesday, the Blue Ribbons, Toad, Cambridge, 10 p.m. — James Rohr and the band are in top form as they build toward the fall release of the new album “Thoughts and Prayers.”
• Wednesday, Tony McManus, Club Passim, Cambridge, 8 p.m. — May Day, May Day! Get yourself to Passim if we want to hear the man regarded as the best Celtic guitarist in the world.
• Thursday, Scott Damgaard, Lizard Lounge, Cambridge, 8 p.m. — His album release show at Lizard in February behind “Hidin’ Out On Titan,” was such a blast it could have carried the crowd to that moon of Saturn.
• Friday, Love Love and Russell Chudnofsky, The Burren, Somerville, 7 p.m. — This effectively is a double release party as both the Rhode Island duo and the scintillating Boston guitarist are releasing new EPs.
• Saturday, Della Mae, the Sinclair, Cambridge, 9 p.m. — The Nashville-based string band returns home for what, thanks to its rousing success, has become an increasingly rare show in their old stomping grounds.