I've always thought of the band Cracker as a six-pack-of-beer type of indie-roots band, the sort that makes you crank the volume on your used car as you haul ass down the highway (insofar as your used car is capable of hauling ass).
This does not mean, though, that you won't hugely enjoy Cracker when they perform Sunday at the Jonathan Edwards Winery in North Stonington. The Edwards grounds are gorgeous - an excellent place to segue into fall - and if you're sharing a fine bottle of vino while Cracker rocks it up, well, it's gonna be good.
Anticipate hearing hits such as "Low," "What the World Needs Now," "Euro-Trash Girl" and selections from their last album, 2009's "Sunrise in the Land of Milk and Honey."
Will Evans of Mystic's Barefoot Truth opens the show.
- RICK KOSTER
6:30 p.m. Sunday, Jonathan Edwards Winery, 74 Chester Maine Road, North Stonington; $40; (860) 535-0202, jedwardswinery.com.