Shows coming up, winter 2013-2014

shows coming up winter 2013-2014 composite

Clockwise from the left: Phantogram, Trombone Shorty, Sean Rowe, Sleigh Bells.

There are people who like to go to concerts. You may be one of these people.

There are also people who just like to know that there are concerts. You might be one of those people if you're not the other kind of person.

Either way, you will be interested to know that these concerts will be happening in the Capital Region. And during the next few months.

Runs through February. This isn't a comprehensive list. If there's something not on here that you think should be mentioned -- please mention away. Some of these shows have already been mentioned. We didn't think you'd mind.

November 10: John Fogerty at TU Center
Playing the albums of CCR. 7:30 pm - $29.50 and up

November 13: Dr. Dog at Upstate Concert Hall
Psych rock. With: Diamond Doves. 8 pm - $17 ahead / $20 day of

November 14: Omar Sosa at Helsinki Hudson
Afro-Cuban jazz pianist. 8 pm - $25 ahead / $30 day of

November 15: Diego Garcia at The Linda
Back in town with a new album. With: Ashley Sofia. 8 pm - $15

November 15: Soulful Praise at Proctors
Gospel show featuring J. Moss. With: Joshua Rogers, Tiffany Woodside. 7 pm - $29 and up

November 15: New York Funk Exchange at Red Square
Funky. With: Oobleck. 8 pm

November 15: Mulebone at Proctors
Blues. 7:30 pm - $26

November 16: Sean Rowe at Helsinki Hudson
Welcome back. 9 pm - $15 ahead / $18 day of

November 16: Dark Star Orchestra at The Palace
Grateful Dead tribute. 7:30 pm - $33.50

November 16: Chris Botti at Proctors
Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter. 8 pm - $20 and up

November 16: PitchBlak Brass Band at
10-piece hip hop brass. With: The Moho Collective. 8 pm

November 17: Sleigh Bells at Upstate Concert Hall
Noise pop duo, once a 'fork fave. With: Doldrums. 8 pm - $18 ahead / $20 day of

November 17: David Righeschi at The Palace
Italian tenor. 3 pm - $35 and up

November 18: Crocodiles at Valentine's
Noise pop. With: Lodge, Party Boat, Slow Shine. 7 pm - $11

November 20: Timeflies at Upstate Concert Hall
Producer/singer duo. With: Sammy Adams, Cash Cash. 8 pm - $23 ahead / $25 day of

November 21: Blues Traveler at Upstate Concert Hall
Still kicking. 8 pm - $20 ahead / $22 day of

November 21: Advance Base at Valentine's
Owen Ashworth/Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. With: Hello Shark, Funfetti.

November 22: B3nson Funsgiving at Valentine's
Barons in the Attic, Sgt Dunbar and the Hobo Banned, The Parlor, Bear Grass, Rival Galaxies, Hammer Hawk. 7 pm

November 22: Enter the Haggis at Putnam Den
No, you enter the haggis. With: Jamie Kent Trio. 9 pm - $15

November 22: Manuella Blackburn at EMPAC
"Acousmatic composer." 8 pm - $18

November 23: Sixties Rock Experience at Proctors
Icons of 60s music "recreated" on stage. 7:30 pm - $20 and up

November 23: Driftwood at Caffe Lena
Americana/roots. 8 pm - $14

November 25: Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls at Upstate Concert Hall
English folk/punk. With: The Smith Street Band, Koo Koo Kanga Roo. 7:30 pm - $17 ahead / $20 day of

November 30: Nellie McKay at Helsinki Hudson
She's hard to describe -- sort of Broadway cabaret inflected by rap, jazz and a whole bunch of other musical styles. And Doris Day. 9 pm - $25 ahead / $30 at door

December 3: Los Lobos at The Egg
Icons of Latin rock. 7:30 pm - $34.50 and up

December 5: Trans Siberian Orchestra at TU Center
Christmas rock, played with lasers. 7:30 pm - $33 and up

December 6: It's a Jazzy Christmas at Massry Center
Popular annual concert of Vince Guaraldi holiday music (you know, as heard in the Peanuts cartoons). 6 pm - $20 / $10 students / kids 5 and under free (with ticket)

December 6: Bare Mutants at Valentine's
Jered Gummere from The Ponys.

December 6: Turtle Island Quartet + Tierney Sutton at Troy Music Hall
Jazz strings and vocalist. 7:30 pm - $25 and up

December 7: Phantogram at Upstate Concert Hall
Welcome back. With: Until The Ribbon Breaks, Weeknight. 8 pm - $18 ahead / $20 day of

December 7: John Medeski at Massry Center
From Medeski Martin & Wood. 7:30 pm - $25 / $12.50 students

December 7 and 8: ASO Magic of Christmas at The Palace
Popular annual Christmas shows. 7:30 pm / 3 pm - $25

December 7: The Temptations at The Egg
With one original member. 8 pm - $34.50

December 7: Melissa Ferrick at The Linda
Folk rock singer/songwriter. 8 pm - $20

December 7: Marco Benevento at Red Square
"Pianist/sound-sculptor/songwriter." 8 pm - $14 ahead / $16 day of

December 9: Bryan Adams at The Egg
(Everything he does) he does it for you. 8 pm - $49.50 and up

December 11: Matisyahu at Helsinki Hudson
Acoustic show. 8 pm - $40 ahead / $45 day of

December 13: Judith Hill at Helsinki Hudson
From The Voice. 9 pm - $28 ahead / $35 day of

December 14: Kim Gordon + Bill Nace at MASS MoCA
As Body/Head -- "A Syd Barrett era--Pink Floyd-inspired, deeply improvisational duo, Body/Head, that pairs her propelling guitar and vocals with free-noise guitarist Bill Nace." 8 pm - $20 ahead / $25 day of

December 14: Spuyten Duyvil at Caffe Lena
"A barn-burning romp through the last 100 years of American Roots music." 8 pm - $18

December 14 and 15: Mountain Snow and Mistletoe at The Egg
Annual holiday bluegrass show. 8 pm / 2 pm - $24

December 15: Donny and Marie Osmond at TU Center
One's a little bit cheesy, the other's a little bit... well, cheesy. 6:30 pm - $49.50 and up

December 19: Rosanne Cash at Troy Music Hall
Country royalty. 7:30 pm - $28 and up

December 20: The Figgs at Valentine's
It really must be the holidays. With: Kitty Little. Also playing with Charlie Watts Riots December 21 at Putnam Den. 8 pm

December 22: Jewmongus at Caffe Lena
"Hilarious and irreverent acoustic rock songs about being Jewish." 7 pm - $16

December 27: John Pizzarelli Quartet at The Egg
Jazz guitarist. 8 pm - $38

December 30 and 31: moe. at The Palace
Jam in the new year. 7:30 pm / 8 pm - $35 / $45

January 11: Andre Watts at The Palace
Concert pianist once introduced to a national TV audience by Leonard Bernstein. 7:30 pm - $30 and up

January 11: Seth Glier + Antje Duvekot at The Linda
Folk pop. 8 pm - $15

January 12: Trombone Shorty at The Egg
Jazz trombonist playing "Supafunkrock." 7:30 pm - $29.50 and up

February 6: Umphrey's McGee at Upstate Concert Hall
Improv prog rock. 8 pm - $20 ahead / $25 day of

February 7: Beth Orton at Helsinki Hudson
"Folktronica" singer/songwriter. 9 pm - $35 ahead / $40 day of

February 7: Dar Williams at The Egg
Folk singer/songwriter. 8 pm - $28

February 8: ASO at The Palace
Playing "Bolero" and other works by Ravel, Wagner, and others. 7:30 pm - $19

February 14: Darius Rucker at TU Center
The guy from Hootie, gone country. With: Eli Young Band, David Nail. 7 pm - $50.50 and up

February 15: Steve Earle at Helsinki Hudson
Alt country before the label. 9 pm -

February 15: Zappa Plays Zappa at The Egg
Dweezil playing his dad's music. 8 pm - $34.50 and up

February 16: Jane Monheit + Frank Vignola at The Egg
Jazz vocalist and guitarist. 7:30 pm - $29.50
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Troy Music Hall and Massry Center/Saint Rose advertises on AOA.

Phantogram photos via Phantogram FB | Trombone Shorty via Trombone Shorty FB | Sleigh Bells via Sleigh Bells FB | Sean Rowe: Marius Bugge

Comments

Looks like you missed one:

December 8th Goblin http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goblin_(band)

http://upstateconcerthall.com/2013/?p=4250

FRONT PARLOR STORYTELLING ‐ LIVE AT THE LINDA
Saturday, Feb 8, 2014 - 8:00 pm

Special Guest Jeff Simmermon (This American Life & The Moth), Hosted by Abby Lublin and Gregor Wynnyczuk
with DJ Truemaster Trimingham

http://www.wamcarts.org/event_details.php?id=336

THIS is HUGE:

Chicha Libre at The Linda on Saturday, March 8th.

http://www.npr.org/artists/91497556/chicha-libre

Chicha Libre plays a mixture of latin rhythms, surf music and psychedelic pop inspired by Peruvian music from Lima and the Amazon. The Brooklyn-based band mixes up covers of forgotten Chicha classics with French-tinged originals, re-interpretation of 70’s pop classics as well as cumbia versions of pieces by Satie and Wagner.

MS MR at Vapor- free show Dec. 2

Eastbound Jesus opens for moe. December 30 at Palace https://www.facebook.com/events/569115669803883/

J Robby Walston and the Business at The Hollow in downtown Albany, 1/25/2014.

http://www.weqx.com/concerts.asp

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