BELFAST — Indie folk-rocker Becca Biggs powers up the Underground Lounge with her band Thursday, Jan. 19.

Biggs has been making a name for herself in Midcoast for a half-dozen years, first as a member of homesteader trio Sugarbush and most recently with her solo album “Genie,” released this past spring. That effort saw her named WERU’s artist of the week and the track “I Can’t Take It” named a Portland Press Herald song of the week. Mainer magazine recognized her “beautiful and dextrous voice.”

Although Biggs has lived in Maine since age five, her country influences and twangy vocals (with a vibrato reminiscent of Dolly Parton) betray her Tennessee roots. Combined with folk, rock and alternative influences, the effect is muscular, propelled by drummer Jake Greenlaw (Toughcats), guitarist JR Braugh (The Dolphin Strikers), bassist Zach Bence (Chris Roth and the North) and Biggs’s own electric banjo. They should provide for a riveting performance in the intimate confines of the Underground Lounge.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10, cash only at the door.

The Underground Lounge is located in the basement of the Belfast Maskers Theatre at 17 Court St., hosting indie, folk and pop performers from around the area Thursday evenings.