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Music for the young at the Firehouse

High School Music Collaboration doing two shows

The Oshima Brothers will be in concert at 8 p.m., Friday, April 19, at Firehouse Arts Center, with their dynamic vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, loops and percussion. (Contributed photo)

The Mista Cookie Jar & The Chocolate Chips, a Los Angeles-based variety show featuring "kindie" music -- kid-friendly indie music -- will perform at 2 p.m. this Saturday at the Firehouse Arts Center. Tickets are $12 adults and $10 students.

The group has toured all over the country promoting its blend of urban island-folky-rock 'n' roll, combing rock-star excitement with the warmth of family music.

Also Saturday evening, Pleasanton's own High School Music Collaboration will perform "Parental Control" at 7:30 p.m. The troupe will pause its own playlist to cover their parents' favorite music live at the Firehouse.

The Collaboration will return to the Firehouse stage at 7:30 p.m. next Thursday (April 18), with "Originality 2.0." The theme of the performance is "live, local, original," and will include original music by members of the collaboration. The Oshima Brothers, who are performing at the Firehouse the following night, will make a guest appearance.

Tickets for the HSMC shows are $12 adults; $7 students. For more information, call Firehouse Arts Center at 931-4848.

Oshima Brothers onstage

The Oshima Brothers will be in concert at 8 p.m. next Friday (April 19), at Firehouse, with their dynamic vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, loops and percussion.

Jamie and Sean were raised in a musical family in rural Maine and have been creating and performing since they could hold instruments. They will perform tracks from their 2016 debut album plus much more in this, the only show in Northern California on their current national tour.

Tickets are $15-$25. Go to www.firehousearts.org, call 931-4848, or purchase at the theater box office, 4444 Railroad Ave.

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