Wednesday night at BB&T Pavilion in Camden, the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan gave fine accounts of their 1970s hits. The Doobies were in fine vocal and instrumental shape, and Steely Dan as now composed is simply one of the finest, and finest-playing, bands you will ever see. Donald Fagen is a trifle creepy, and his voice is no longer with him, but he is an affable bandleader who appreciates his audience.
The Coatesville church singers who brought down the house in People's Light's "The Gospel at Colonus" in 1995 are back. They'll reprise the Gospel-music infused Greek tragedy at First Unitarian Church.