A cross-country move is never easy, but it's even more challenging when you bring your band with you. The John Howland Trio sunk its teeth into the Bay Area folk/jam-band scene after moving to Berkeley from Boston a year and a half ago, and is beginning to grow its own fan base. The band says its last local show, a headlining gig at the Starry Plough in February, was its most rewarding yet. This Friday, the Starry Plough crowd will get another stab at the trio's made-for-KFOG rootsy pop-rock. Wayward Sway and Joshua Eden open. Friday, April 20. 9:30 p.m., $7. StarryPloughPub.com

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