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November 2019

01 November

Booker T

Booker T. Jones/ ‘Note By Note’/ Edith Street Records


Note By Note is a musical companion to Booker T. Jones’ soon-to-be-released memoir, Time Is Tight, out October 29 on Little, Brown and Company. The newly recorded album celebrates and revisits a number of integral musical moments throughout Jones’ life - from playing with Mahalia Jackson at age 12, to his pivotal role as bandleader, performer and songwriter at Stax, to his focus on production through his work with Willie Nelson and Carlos Santana.

Contact: Natalie Maher

01 November

Leif Vollebekk/ ‘New Ways’/ Secret City Records


Whereas Twin Solitude was about self-reflection, New Ways is about engaging and changing, touching and being touched. It’s a physical record, with louder and tighter grooves, and the rawest lyrics the musician has ever recorded. A portrait of beauty, desire, longing, risk, remembrance—without an instant of regret. 

Contact: Natalie Maher

01 November

03 November

The Kingdom Choir – Lehman Center (Bronx, NY)


Britain’s most celebrated gospel choir embarks on their first North American tour. They’ve performed for Bill Clinton, Queen Elizabeth II, Nelson Mandela, and more. The group’s cover of “Stand By Me” at The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry of Wales and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, at Windsor Castle has over two billion views.

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04 November

05 November

Ranky Tanky - Blue Note (NYC)


South Carolina’s global Gullahambassadors and the Billboard chart-toppers making “soulful honey to the ears” (NPR) play a two-night stand at the legendary Manhattan jazz club. The band and their joyful new album, Good Time (Resilience Music Alliance), are a focus of Oxford American’s upcoming South Carolina Music Issue.

 

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05 November

The Cinematic Orchestra – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


For their first US tour in over a decade, Jason Swinscoe and Dom Smith will lead a seven-piece band of virtuosic performers, all of whom are long-standing members of the revered electronic group. The tour follows a three-night run of hometown shows at London’s Roundhouse, which the Times of London called “atmospheric … transporting.”

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06 November

Ranky Tanky - Blue Note (NYC)


South Carolina’s global Gullahambassadors and the Billboard chart-toppers making “soulful honey to the ears” (NPR) play a two-night stand at the legendary Manhattan jazz club. The band and their joyful new album, Good Time (Resilience Music Alliance), are a focus of Oxford American’s upcoming South Carolina Music Issue.

 

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06 November

06 November

Prateek Kuhad – Le Poisson Rouge (NYC)


“India’s most popular singer-songwriter” (GQ) is quickly becoming a “certifiable international sensation,” as Austin Monthly put it during SXSW this year. These select full-band Fall US shows preview new music from the self-taught musician with an “angelic voice” (Brooklyn Vegan) and a love of Nick Drake and Elliott Smith.

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07 November

07 November

Prateek Kuhad – Music Hall of Williamsburg (Brooklyn, NY)


“India’s most popular singer-songwriter” (GQ) is quickly becoming a “certifiable international sensation,” as Austin Monthly put it during SXSW this year. These select full-band Fall US shows preview new music from the self-taught musician with an “angelic voice” (Brooklyn Vegan) and a love of Nick Drake and Elliott Smith.

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08 November

PJ Morton

PJ Morton – The Belasco (LA, CA)


Morton presents his North American PAUL Tour, adding onto his already extensive tour around the world. With “one of the best live shows in music” (OkayPlayer), the GRAMMY-winning Morton brings to life his latest album PAUL, which celebrates compassion and childhood in his hometown New Orleans. Morton is in a new prime in his multi-decade long career, starting from a gospel upbringing to a grassroots rise and collaborations with Solange, Stevie Wonder, Erykah Badu, India.Arie, Tyler Perry, and more.

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08 November

08 November

08 November

08 November

Baby Shark Live!

Baby Shark Live! – Kings Theatre (Brooklyn, NY)


This brand new, fully immersive concert experience from Pinkfong and Round Room Live embarks on its first-ever North American tour. Fans of all ages will be delighted as Baby Shark joins his friend Pinkfong for an adventure into the sea, singing and dancing through new and classic songs including “Five Little Monkeys,” “Wheels on the Bus,” “Jungle Boogie,” “Monkey Banana Dance,” and, of course, “Baby Shark.”

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08 November

08 November

09 November

09 November

Allen Stone – Analog (Nashville)


The man with “disarmingly soulful vocals” (Billboard) follows his summer tour with Train with something a little different: an intimate karaoke tour. Stone will preview songs from his upcoming album, Building Balance (November 8th via ATO), and he will play classic karaoke staples, upfront and literally face-to-face with his fans.

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09 November

La Santa Cecilia – Tropicalia (Pomona, CA)


The GRAMMY-winning Mexican-American quartet fuses surf-rock riffs, hip-hop beats, classic-rock drive, and Spanish and English spoken word by frontwoman “La Marisoul,” who sings “like the love child of Janis Joplin and Celia Cruz” (LA Times). It’s a winning combination that shines live. For this festival, the band will play songs off their self-titled new album, which NPR calls “a turning point in the band’s musical career … a genuine, personal and ingenious approach to making music, despite life wreaking havoc.”

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10 November

10 November

12 November

JJ Wilde – Mercury Lounge (NYC)


The “fiercely unapologetic” (Atwood) rocker embarks on her debut headlining tour. Earlier this summer, she played shows with The Glorious Sons, The Struts, Reignwolf, and Incubus. Her live set is a no-holds-barred rush of raw emotion and swagger. Atwood continues that “her electric presence transfers over to dynamic vocals and powerfully expressive guitar work.”

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12 November

Mapache – The Basement East (Nashville)


Aquarium Drunkard hailed this California duo as “a blazed up Everly Brothers." Now signed to Yep Roc and reissuing their debut LP, Mapache show off the live evolution of their "West Coast Pop Americana.” They've played Pickathon and have toured with Beachwood Sparks and more.

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12 November

Intelligence Squared U.S.

Intelligence Squared U.S. Debates “Capitalism Is a Blessing” – Kaye Playhouse (NYC)


Intelligence Squared U.S. concludes their fall season with a live debate on "Capitalism Is a Blessing." Arguing in favor: John Mackey, co-founder and CEO of Whole Foods, and Katherine Mangu-Ward, editor-in-chief of Libertarian magazine Reason. Arguing against: Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor of socialist magazine Jacobin, and Professor Richard D. Wolff, a Marxian economist.

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13 November

Allen Stone – Roxy Theatre (LA, CA)


The man with “disarmingly soulful vocals” (Billboard) follows his summer tour with Train with something a little different: an intimate karaoke tour. Stone will preview songs from his upcoming album, Building Balance (November 8th via ATO), and he will play classic karaoke staples, upfront and literally face-to-face with his fans.

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13 November

Disney Junior Holiday Party! On Tour – Tennessee Performing Arts Center (Nashville)


This extension of the popular Pollstar-nominated "Disney Junior Dance Party On Tour" is an interactive show for the holidays. Favorite Disney Junior characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Vampirina, Bingo and Rolly from "Puppy Dog Pals," and more perform live on stage to Disney Junior hits and holiday classics like “Jingle Bells” and “Deck The Halls.” The shows include special appearances by characters from Disney Junior's upcoming animated series, "T.O.T.S.," and culminates with special visits from Santa Claus.

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14 November

Marco Benevento - The Basement East (Nashville)


The self-described LA “hot dance piano rock” master hits the road. Benevento has performed everywhere from Carnegie Hall and Newport Jazz to Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo. According to the LA Times, "It’s safe to say that no one sees the keyboard quite like Marco Benevento's genre-blind mashup of indie rock, jazz and skewed improvisation.” New album Let It Slide is out now via RPF.

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14 November

Moonchild – Fonda Theatre (LA, CA)


After a year of playing festivals worldwide and tours with Kamasi Washington and The Internet, the electrifying alternative R&B trio that “continues to hypnotize” (THE FADER) embark on their own headlining US fall tour. They’re playing their biggest venues yet, and they’ll bring to the stage all their instruments: saxophone, flute, synth bass, keys, flugelhorn, trumpet, and clarinet.

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14 November

Liza Anne – Baby’s All Right (Brooklyn, NY)


After making her late-night TV debut on CONAN, supporting Ray LaMontagne on a sold-out theatre tour, and being hand-picked by Kacey Musgraves to support select dates, the Nashville songwriter returns. She’ll preview new music from her upcoming album while supporting Lucy Dacus on this fall tour.

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14 November

Joan Shelley – Park Church Co-Op (Brooklyn, NY)


The Louisville native with “one of the loveliest voices in music” (Rolling Stone), extends her headlining fall tour. She’ll play songs off her upcoming record Like The River Loves The Sea (No Quarter Records), which was inspired by, and recorded in, Reykjavík, Iceland; The New York Times, NPR Music, Stereogum, Uproxx, and more are already fans of the new music.

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15 November

DJ Shadow/ ‘Our Pathetic Age’/ Mass Appeal


The first half of Our Pathetic Age features 11 new instrumental works that balance some of Shadow’s most menacing sounds with beams of hope, including his first fully composed orchestral piece. The second half is a full album of vocal collaborations, ranging from Run The Jewels, Nas and Dave East to Samuel T. Herring, Paul Banks and Wiki, Inspectah Deck, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon. 

Contact: Natalie Maher

15 November

Milky Chance/ ‘Mind The Moon’/ BMG


Mind The Moon (produced by longtime collaborator Tobias Kuhn) is the third album from Milky Chance — childhood friends Phillipp Dausch and Clemens Rehbein — and serves as a distillation of their songwriting spirit. Pulling back from the layered, polyphonic approach of 2017’s Blossom — itself a change-up from the sleek minimalism of their breakout debut Sadnecessary, which produced the global smash “Stolen Dance” — Mind The Moon strikes an infectious balance of melody and atmosphere.

Contact: Jerome Ware

15 November

Prateek Kuhad – Roxy Theatre (LA, CA)


“India’s most popular singer-songwriter” (GQ) is quickly becoming a “certifiable international sensation,” as Austin Monthly put it during SXSW this year. These select full-band Fall US shows preview new music from the self-taught musician with an “angelic voice” (Brooklyn Vegan) and a love of Nick Drake and Elliott Smith.

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15 November

The Infamous Stringdusters/ ‘Live From Covington Kentucky’/ Tape Time Records


GRAMMY award-winning road warriors The Infamous Stringdusters announce Live From Covington Kentucky, a 21-track album full of “electrifying” (Rolling Stone Country) live performances. Produced entirely by The Infamous Stringdusters’ guitarist Andy Falco, the album features songs from the band’s debut album through its latest acclaimed 2019 studio release ‘Rise Sun,’ to their favorite Phish cover that causes die-hard fans to erupt at shows. 

Contact: Olivia Del Valle

15 November

15 November

Mandolin Orange – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


“One of North Carolina’s most significant bands” (NPR) embarks on their biggest tour yet play their largest venues to date. These shows are an extension of Mandolin Orange’s huge 2019, which included over 45 sold-out dates in the US and Europe as well as a headlining slot at Pickathon. The group that “helped redefine American roots music for a younger generation” (Washington Post) just taped a Tiny Desk (out later this summer) and are well on their way to selling out two headlining shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

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15 November

Collabro/ ‘Love Like This’/ BMG


Recorded with the Prague Philharmonic, Love Like This sees singers Michael Auger, Jamie Lambert, Matthew Pagan and Thomas J Redgave performing sweeping renditions of contemporary favorites including Coldplay’s “Fix You,” Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,” and Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved.”

Contact: Grace Fleisher

17 November

Mapache – Mercade Sagrado (Malibu, CA)


Aquarium Drunkard hailed this California duo as “a blazed up Everly Brothers." Now signed to Yep Roc and reissuing their debut LP, Mapache show off the live evolution of their "West Coast Pop Americana.” They've played Pickathon and have toured with Beachwood Sparks and more.

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18 November

Judy Collins

Judy Collins - Joe’s Pub (NYC)


The “ageless wild angel of pop” (New York Times), who celebrated her 80th birthday this year, performs songs from her upcoming album (Winter Stories, out November 29th) and classics spanning her illustrious career. Select dates from November 18th-27th.

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18 November

20 November

Mapache – Brooklyn Steel (Brooklyn, NY)


Aquarium Drunkard hailed this California duo as “a blazed up Everly Brothers." Now signed to Yep Roc and reissuing their debut LP, Mapache show off the live evolution of their "West Coast Pop Americana.” They've played Pickathon and have toured with Beachwood Sparks and more.

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20 November

Dessa

Dessa – The Greene Space (NYC)


Dessa plays her new album, Sound the Bells, on tour with a string quartet; her tear-it-up club show now has more elegance and richness. This tour follows six sold-out performances with the Minnesota Orchestra and her European debut with the BBC NOW Orchestra.

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21 November

21 November

Scarypoolparty – Belasco Theater (LA, CA)


The alter ego of American Idol breakout Alejandro Aranda and “the next John Mayer” (Ones to Watch) sells out his first headlining tour. This will be his first full-band tour, which follows a sold-out acoustic summer tour. His recent Lollapalooza performance landed him on best-of lists from Billboard, GRAMMY, Chicago Tribune, and more.

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21 November

Amy Speace – City Winery (Nashville)


Shakespeare storytelling meets folk-pop in a typically rousing Amy Speace set. This tour highlights new songs from Me And The Ghost Of Charlemagne, Speace’s most spare and stripped-down album about life and death and the journey of all dreamers.

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22 November

22 November

Scarypoolparty – Belasco Theater (LA, CA)


The alter ego of American Idol breakout Alejandro Aranda and “the next John Mayer” (Ones to Watch) sells out his first headlining tour. This will be his first full-band tour, which follows a sold-out acoustic summer tour. His recent Lollapalooza performance landed him on best-of lists from Billboard, GRAMMY, Chicago Tribune, and more.

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22 November

Luke Evans/ ‘At Last’/ BMG


Luke Evans, the acclaimed actor known for his performances in Midway, Beauty and the Beast, The Alienist and more, announces the release of his debut album. At Last brings together an eclectic collection of modern and classic songs personally curated by Evans to highlight and complement his unique delivery and vocal style. 

Contact: Grace Fleisher

22 November

22 November

Scarypoolparty/ ‘Exit Form’/ Hollywood Records


Scarypoolparty’s exceptional debut highlights his chops as a musical wunderkind, fusing fast-paced walls of sound in an intricately-woven collage of pulsing beats, in a sound “reminiscent of the genre-blending [Post] Malone” on tracks like “Tonight” and “Cholo Live” to “Ministry-like industrial rock vibes” on his latest single “Diamonds” (Alternative Press). 

Contact: Andrea Evenson

23 November

23 November

Soulection – Warehouse (LA, CA)


The LA artist collective returns with its TSOT ("The Sound of Tomorrow") Monthly Residency series. These premier tastemakers are bringing their impeccable curation to venues throughout LA with a line-up featuring Soulection crew favorites: Esta, Jared Jackson, Sasha Marie, Sahar Habibi, and surprise special guests.

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23 November

Liza Anne – The Basement East (Nashville)


After making her late-night TV debut on CONAN, supporting Ray LaMontagne on a sold-out theatre tour, and being hand-picked by Kacey Musgraves to support select dates, the Nashville songwriter returns. She’ll preview new music from her upcoming album while supporting Lucy Dacus on this fall tour.

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23 November

The Cinematic Orchestra – Walt Disney Concert Hall (LA, CA)


For their first US tour in over a decade, Jason Swinscoe and Dom Smith will lead a seven-piece band of virtuosic performers, all of whom are long-standing members of the revered electronic group. The tour follows a three-night run of hometown shows at London’s Roundhouse, which the Times of London called “atmospheric … transporting.”

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23 November

25 November

26 November

26 November

26 November

29 November

29 November

29 November

30 November