Family owned and operated, the Brick House Kitchen on James Island (1575 Folly Road) is a unique eatery and gathering place situated in a century-old farmhouse under a canopy of live oaks. Open for lunch and dinner, they normally offer full bar service and homemade desserts. This spring, the Brick House started booking open-air music events as well. Last Halloween, the annual Skinful party took place in the woods behind the main house. This week, local roots-rock band Gaslight Street shares the bill with gravel-voiced, Asheville-based songwriter Pierce Edens in the backyard setting. Led by singer/songwriter Campbell Brown, Gaslight Street is on a roll behind its latest studio album, Idle Speed. Edens and his backing band the Dirty Work recently made a splash with their new disc, Long Days Above Ground. Edens is currently wrapping a new solo album. Presented by Indigo Coast Radio and Symbiotic Media, the show starts at 7 p.m. and rambles on until midnight.