Picks for Week of April 28


• 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.