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November 2018

01 November

Guster – White Eagle Hall (Jersey City, NJ)


Guster returns to the road previewing music from a forthcoming album, including the new song "Hard Times" which KCRW recently said "reminds us of Guster's greatness." Each dollar on top of ticket price is donated to band’s REVERB charity organization, which helps engage concertgoers to take action for the environment.

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01 November

Morrissey

Morrissey – Microsoft Theater (LA, CA)


After selling out his recently added shows in Ventura and San Diego, "one of the most influential figures in the history of British pop" (BBC) adds a third California date. Morrissey recently completed a multi-theatre run in London and will bring that same experience to his beloved LA alongside special guest Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.

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02 November

Rosanne Cash/ ‘She Remembers Everything’/ Blue Note Records


The four-time GRAMMY winner and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famer’s first new album in nearly five years is both poetic and incisive, a collection of songs reckoning with a flawed and fragile world from the feminine perspective. Featuring contributions from Elvis Costello, Kris Kristofferson, Colin Meloy and Sam Phillips, this album finds Cash returning to more personal songwriting after a trio of releases that explored her heritage.

Contact: Grace Fleisher

03 November

03 November

Rosanne Cash – Zankel Hall (NYC)


The four-time GRAMMY winner hosts this "Carnegie Hall Presents" double bill featuring The Low Anthem and Anna & Elizabeth. The evening of live music, curated by Cash, showcases the novel ways that traditional roots music continues to evolve. During this year’s AmericanaFest, Cash received the “Spirit of Americana” Free Speech Award, and she tours later this year following the release of a new album.

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05 November

Dillon Carmichael

Dillon Carmichael – The Mint (LA, CA)


The 24-year-old Kentucky native makes his LA full-band debut celebrating his new LP, Hell On An Angel (Riser House Records). Carmichael has earned acclaim from the New York Times, FADER, Rolling Stone Country, American Songwriter, Billboard and more. He’ll later join The Cadillac Three and Lynyrd Skynyrd on tour to wrap up a busy 2018.

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06 November

Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors – Zebulon (LA, CA)


This is the second of a series of three-night stands across North America celebrating new album Lamp Lit Prose (Domino). These rare, intimate shows feature David Longstreth and the band – Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Felicia Douglass (percussion/vocals), Maia Friedman (guitar/vocals) and Kristin Slipp (keyboards/vocals) – playing songs across their catalog as well as the new album. Raves for Lamp Lit Prose include Entertainment Weekly, NPR Music and the New York Times, which in its Critics Pick review deemed it “the band’s shiniest, catchiest set of songs yet.”

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07 November

Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors – Zebulon (LA, CA)


This is the second of a series of three-night stands across North America celebrating new album Lamp Lit Prose (Domino). These rare, intimate shows feature David Longstreth and the band – Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Felicia Douglass (percussion/vocals), Maia Friedman (guitar/vocals) and Kristin Slipp (keyboards/vocals) – playing songs across their catalog as well as the new album. Raves for Lamp Lit Prose include Entertainment Weekly, NPR Music and the New York Times, which in its Critics Pick review deemed it “the band’s shiniest, catchiest set of songs yet.”

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08 November

Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors – Zebulon (LA, CA)


This is the second of a series of three-night stands across North America celebrating new album Lamp Lit Prose (Domino). These rare, intimate shows feature David Longstreth and the band – Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Felicia Douglass (percussion/vocals), Maia Friedman (guitar/vocals) and Kristin Slipp (keyboards/vocals) – playing songs across their catalog as well as the new album. Raves for Lamp Lit Prose include Entertainment Weekly, NPR Music and the New York Times, which in its Critics Pick review deemed it “the band’s shiniest, catchiest set of songs yet.”

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08 November

Ariana and the Rose

Ariana And The Rose – Union Club (LA, CA)


For one night only, the “beloved indie pop guru” (PAPER) transports her galactic, immersive Brooklyn party light + space to the West Coast. This staple of contemporary NYC nightlife – the glitter-coated lovechild of a classic ’80s disco party, a pop show, an immersive theater production and an art rave from Mars – was conceived as an underground party in East London and came stateside for a sold-out debut performance at House of Yes last November. Quickly followed by a triumphant three-night residency that also sold out, the party continues to stake its claim as a highlight of the NYC party circuit.

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09 November

Ace of Cups

Ace of Cups/ ‘Ace of Cups’/ High Moon Records


This beloved all-female rock group from the San Francisco psychedelic scene opened for Jimi Hendrix and were at the epicenter of the ‘60s cultural and social revolution, but they never recorded an official album – until now. The original members reunite for a long-awaited debut that spans fifty years of songwriting and features contributions from Bob Weir, Jefferson Airplane’s Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady, Taj Mahal, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Peter Coyote and more.

Contact: Kerri Brusca

09 November

Vera Sola/ ‘Shades’/ Spectraphonic Records


After drifting through a mélange of past lives - Harvard-educated literature scholar, touring member of Elvis Perkins' band and film composer – Vera Sola’s gothic folk comes to fruition on her debut album. She self-produced the album highlighting her Bobbie Gentry-meets-The Cramps delivery, her Russian literature and Faulkner-inspired storytelling, and her eerie recording techniques; she uses bones, broken glass, chains, filing cabinets, hammers, two-by-fours and whatever else on hand to make a haunting, defiant statement.

Contact: Greg Jakubik

09 November

10 November

The Dirty Nil – The Echo (LA, CA)


After pummeling through 350+ shows over the last three years and co-billing with The Who and Against Me!, the 2017 Juno Award “Breakthrough Group of the Year” winners embark on their first US headlining tour. The trio plays tracks from upcoming LP Master Volume (Dine Alone Records) with a rock ‘n’ roll energy that’s part punk intensity and part ‘80s rock-god decadence.

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10 November

The Record Company – The Wiltern (LA, CA)


They went from recording in their living room to earning GRAMMY nods, selling out headlining dates around the world and sharing bills with Mavis Staples, My Morning Jacket and John Mayer. Now in support of new album All Of This Life (Concord), the LA trio hits the road for its biggest tour yet.

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10 November

Maxwell – Microsoft Theater (LA, CA)


Following performances at North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam and Afropunk Paris, the multi-GRAMMY-winning soul singer debuts new material alongside his many critically acclaimed hits for his “50 Intimate Nights Live” theatre tour.

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10 November

Lucia Micarelli - The Concert Hall at New York Society for Ethical Culture (NYC)


The inspiring young violinist and vocalist known for eclectic sets that encompass Ravel, Led Zeppelin and standards like “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most” tours with an ensemble that includes cello, bass, piano, viola and second violin. Micarelli, whose recent PBS special has reached millions, is known to many for her role as Annie on HBO’s ‘Treme’ and previously has toured with Chris Botti, Josh Groban and Barbra Streisand.

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12 November

Adam Hood

Adam Hood – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


The Alabama songwriter tours with his band behind his debut LP, Somewhere In Between (Southern Songs), which was recorded specifically to reflect his raw live show and premiered on NPR First Listen. Known as a “go-to country songwriter” (Billboard) and for songs like Brent Cobb’s “King Of Alabama,” Anderson East’s “Surrender” and album cuts recorded by Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town and Lee Ann Womack, Hood returns to the road for this headlining touring under his own name and with his own music.

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13 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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13 November

Neyla Pekarek – Rockwood Stage 2 (NYC)


The Denver songwriter and cellist, formerly of The Lumineers and newly signed to S-Curve Records, performs new music solo ahead of her debut solo album Rattlesnake, out in early 2019. Pekarek already has road tested new music with solo shows in New York, LA and throughout Colorado while on tour with Andrew Bird.

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14 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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14 November

Phosphorescent – Observatory (Santa Ana, CA)


Matthew Houck ends a busy 2018 with a headlining North American tour in honor of new album C’est La Vie (Dead Oceans). Houck’s new live presentation matches the earthy and incandescent glow of his new music, which expands upon his troubled and serene indie-folk hailed by Pitchfork for its “beauty and profundity.” Houck has brought Phosphorescent to Jimmy Fallon, headlining tours and dates with Father John Misty and The National and the festival stages of Glastonbury, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza.

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14 November

Boz Scaggs – Town Hall (NYC)


The Versatile singer, songwriter and guitarist extends his “Out of the Blues Tour” with his band. Scaggs’ Out Of the Blues (Concord) continues a musical renaissance returning him to his earliest blues roots. Scaggs applies his iconic voice and gritty guitar playing to blues classics by Bobby “Blue” Bland, Jimmy Reed and Magic Sam; to a stirring reading of Neil Young’s “On the Beach”; and to new originals written with longtime collaborator Jack Walroth.

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15 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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15 November

Phosphorescent – The Belasco Theatre (LA, CA)


Matthew Houck ends a busy 2018 with a headlining North American tour in honor of new album C’est La Vie (Dead Oceans). Houck’s new live presentation matches the earthy and incandescent glow of his new music, which expands upon his troubled and serene indie-folk hailed by Pitchfork for its “beauty and profundity.” Houck has brought Phosphorescent to Jimmy Fallon, headlining tours and dates with Father John Misty and The National and the festival stages of Glastonbury, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza.

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15 November

Shad – Knitting Factory (Brooklyn, NY)


The Polaris-nominated and JUNO-winning MC follows the release of his incisive and uplifting new album, A Short Story About A War (Secret City Records), with a North American tour. Shad’s new music is a swath of hip-hop beats, trap, funk and jazz and features collaborations from genre-less luminaries (Kaytranada, 2oolman, Lido Pimienta), crafty indie rockers (Yukon Blonde) and Toronto rap vets (Ian Kamau, Eternia, DJ T Lo).

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15 November

Matt Simons – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


The Brooklyn pop prodigy performs as a part of his headlining North American tour. In addition to hits like “Catch And Release” and latest single “We Can Do Better,” Simons showcases new material from his forthcoming album. Since its release in April, “We Can Do Better” has accumulated over 20 million streams and is currently sitting in the top 100 on the global Shazam charts. Simons' virtuosic piano and guitar playing find a blissful middle ground between Ed Sheeran and George Ezra, but he's also honed the vignette-style lyricism of James Bay, Hozier and Leon Bridges.

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16 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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16 November

Hailey Knox/ ‘Hardwired Mixtape’/ S-Curve


This mixtape is a career-turning move for the 20-year-old indie songwriter with a “preternaturally soulful voice” (Billboard). These 11 songs showcase Knox’s growth from her 2016 debut EP, as she has perfected her clever writing, her intricate loop-pedal live performances and her fearless delivery.

Contact: Josh Page

16 November

Marcus King Band – Irving Plaza (NYC)


“One of music’s next great guitarists” (Washington Post) and his five-piece band hit the road following a series of European shows and a stint with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Drive-By Truckers. With over 60 worldwide dates already slated for the remainder of 2018, the 22-year-old North Carolinian is on a mission to create a fresh musical experience that ties rock, blues and soul into a distinctly Southern lineage. The “Carolina Confessions Tour” escalates their combustible live show to a new class of ballrooms and theaters across North America.

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17 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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17 November

Tash Sultana – Terminal 5 (NYC)


Last year, Tash sold out every date on her first US tour before setting foot in the country. Now the Australian one-person tour-de-force is back for another headlining tour for debut album Flow State (Mom + Pop Music). Tash performs solo and loops every instrument for a compelling performance that has featured on NPR Tiny Desk and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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17 November

Matt Simons – The Basement (Nashville)


The Brooklyn pop prodigy performs as a part of his headlining North American tour. In addition to hits like “Catch And Release” and latest single “We Can Do Better,” Simons showcases new material from his forthcoming album. Since its release in April, “We Can Do Better” has accumulated over 20 million streams and is currently sitting in the top 100 on the global Shazam charts. Simons' virtuosic piano and guitar playing find a blissful middle ground between Ed Sheeran and George Ezra, but he's also honed the vignette-style lyricism of James Bay, Hozier and Leon Bridges.

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17 November

Marcus King Band – Cannery Ballroom (Nashville)


“One of music’s next great guitarists” (Washington Post) and his five-piece band play their first show after a series of European dates and a stint with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Drive-By Truckers. With over 60 worldwide dates already slated for the remainder of 2018, the 22-year-old North Carolinian is on a mission to create a fresh musical experience that ties rock, blues and soul into a distinctly Southern lineage. The “Carolina Confessions Tour” escalates their combustible live show to a new class of ballrooms and theaters across North America.

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17 November

The Dirty Nil – The End (Nashville)


After pummeling through 350+ shows over the last three years and co-billing with The Who and Against Me!, the 2017 Juno Award “Breakthrough Group of the Year” winners embark on their first US headlining tour. The trio plays tracks from upcoming LP Master Volume (Dine Alone Records) with a rock ‘n’ roll energy that’s part punk intensity and part ‘80s rock-god decadence.

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18 November

Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors – Elsewhere (Brooklyn, NY)


This is the final set in a series of multiple-night stands across North America celebrating new album Lamp Lit Prose (Domino). These, rare intimate shows (matinee and evening show on the 18th) feature David Longstreth and the band – Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Felicia Douglass (percussion/vocals), Maia Friedman (guitar/vocals) and Kristin Slipp (keyboards/vocals) – playing songs across their catalog as well as the new album. Raves for Lamp Lit Prose include Entertainment Weekly, NPR Music and the New York Times, which in its Critics Pick review deemed it “the band’s shiniest, catchiest set of songs yet.”

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18 November

Marcus Roberts – Village Vanguard (NYC)


The pianist’s first Vanguard shows in 15 years celebrate the 30th anniversary of his 1989 release Deep in the Shed. One set each night will be a complete presentation of that record with the Marcus Roberts Nonet, while the other set will feature original music and classic Roberts standards with members of his Nonet and longtime trio members Jason Marsalis and Rodney Jordan.

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18 November

Tash Sultana – Terminal 5 (NYC)


Last year, Tash sold out every date on her first US tour before setting foot in the country. Now the Australian one-person tour-de-force is back for another headlining tour for debut album Flow State (Mom + Pop Music). Tash performs solo and loops every instrument for a compelling performance that has featured on NPR Tiny Desk and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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18 November

18 November

Masego

Masego – Fonda Theatre (LA, CA)


Following his largest European tour and a summer US amphitheater trek with Leon Bridges, the “soul music-making machine” (Ones To Watch) hits the road again for a fall headlining tour. Dubbed "most intriguing player" (OkayPlayer) at this year's Smokin' Grooves festival, Masego builds his own beats live juxtaposed with his saxophone solos.

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19 November

Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors – Elsewhere (Brooklyn, NY)


This is the final set in a series of multiple-night stands across North America celebrating new album Lamp Lit Prose (Domino). These, rare intimate shows (matinee and evening show on the 18th) feature David Longstreth and the band – Nat Baldwin (bass), Mike Johnson (drums), Felicia Douglass (percussion/vocals), Maia Friedman (guitar/vocals) and Kristin Slipp (keyboards/vocals) – playing songs across their catalog as well as the new album. Raves for Lamp Lit Prose include Entertainment Weekly, NPR Music and the New York Times, which in its Critics Pick review deemed it “the band’s shiniest, catchiest set of songs yet.”

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20 November

Matt Simons – Hotel Café (LA, CA)


The Brooklyn pop prodigy performs as a part of his headlining North American tour. In addition to hits like “Catch And Release” and latest single “We Can Do Better,” Simons showcases new material from his forthcoming album. Since its release in April, “We Can Do Better” has accumulated over 20 million streams and is currently sitting in the top 100 on the global Shazam charts. Simons' virtuosic piano and guitar playing find a blissful middle ground between Ed Sheeran and George Ezra, but he's also honed the vignette-style lyricism of James Bay, Hozier and Leon Bridges.

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20 November

Esperanza Spalding

Esperanza Spalding – El Rey Theatre (LA, CA)


Spalding’s string of 12 unique pop-up shows across North America mirror the dozen tracks off her latest project 12 Little Spells (Concord), in which one song “premieres” on social media every day. Spalding’s backed by a full band and will utilize visuals that further explore theatrical staging in a concert and how music interacts with the body.

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23 November

The Dirty Nil – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


After pummeling through 350+ shows over the last three years and co-billing with The Who and Against Me!, the 2017 Juno Award “Breakthrough Group of the Year” winners embark on their first US headlining tour. The trio plays tracks from upcoming LP Master Volume (Dine Alone Records) with a rock ‘n’ roll energy that’s part punk intensity and part ‘80s rock-god decadence.

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23 November

Tash Sultana – War Memorial Auditorium (Nashville)


Last year, Tash sold out every date on her first US tour before setting foot in the country. Now the Australian one-person tour-de-force is back for another headlining tour for debut album Flow State (Mom + Pop Music). Tash performs solo and loops every instrument for a compelling performance that has featured on NPR Tiny Desk and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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24 November

Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour – Dolby Theatre (LA, CA)


Due to popular demand, Disney’s interactive family-friendly tour extends into the fall with two performances in one day. This high-energy, 90-minute concert brings beloved characters from the #1 preschool TV network’s hit series to life – Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Elena of Avalor, Sofia the First, Doc McStuffins and more, as well as the first-ever live appearance by Vampirina.

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28 November

Louis Armstrong House Museum

Louis Armstrong House Museum Annual Gala (NYC)


This year’s event will be held at Capitale in Manhattan and includes a cocktail hour, silent auction and seated dinner. The evening also will include the presentation of the Louie Award to nine-time Grammy Award-winning musician, philanthropist and long-time Armstrong admirer Herb Alpert, as well as noted philanthropists and dedicated Museum supporters Saul Kupferberg and Gail Coleman.

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28 November

29 November

29 November

PJ Morton

PJ Morton – Constellation Room (Santa Ana, CA)


The busiest man in R&B plays new music with a full band from Christmas with PJ Morton (Morton Records), his first holiday album. This performance is part of the GRAMMY-nominated keyboardist’s winter US tour, which follows Maroon 5’s arena tour, sold-out solo dates throughout Asia and Europe and appearances on The Tonight Show and NPR’s Tiny Desk.

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30 November

30 November

Perry Farrell – Teragram Ballroom (LA, CA)


The Jane’s Addiction and Porno For Pyros singer and Lollapalooza co-founder headlines the inaugural Bill Graham Festival of Lights with his new musical group: Perry Farrell’s Kind Heaven Orchestra. On stage, Farrell will debut new music from Kind Heaven (BMG), his first solo album in over 18 years set for release in 2019. Several LA music icons, to be announced, will join Farrell on stage.

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30 November

Doe Paoro – Lodge Room (LA, CA)


The pop songwriter hits the road on a headlining fall tour to support new album Soft Power (Anti-), which trades her trademark electronic soundscapes for girl-group harmonies and piano-driven pop. With a penetrating voice that can shift from gentle to commanding in an instant, Doe Paoro delivers a performance perfectly suited for her new album’s message of thoughtful defiance and what she calls "pop music with wisdom."

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