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Concerts in New York - November 2017

Our carefully curated selection of the Best Concerts in New York for the month of November 2017

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BRIAN SETZER ORCHESTRA: CHRISTMAS ROCKS

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The Brian Setzer Orchestra, fronted by three-time Grammy Award-winner Brian Setzer, has become a Christmas staple as they tour the USA each holiday season taking their Christmas Rocks concerts across the country! Enjoy some of Setzer's guitar classics like Rock This Town and Stray Cat Strut as well as plenty of sing-a-long Christmas classics.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Bergen Performing Arts Center

Nov 18, 2017

Count Basie Theatre

Nov 21, 2017

NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Nov 22, 2017

Wellmont Theatre

Nov 24, 2017

: Closes 20th December 2017

The New York native will be belting out his old favorites with the help of his revolving piano, in an on-going series of monthly concerts at this world-famous venue. He has sold more than 100 million records over a career spanning more than 40 years, and reigns as one of most popular recording artists and respected entertainers in the world. More info

: Closes 4th November 2017

The original Jersey Boy, Frankie himself, is taking his latest incarnation of the Four Seasons on tour across the States in this year. The legendary falsetto and his band will be belting out the hits that made them world-famous during the last 40 years, and what led them to sell over 100 million records worldwide. More info

JANET JACKSON

Pop legend Janet Jackson is returning to stages around the world this year with her massive State of the World Tour. The North American leg sees her pick up her Unbreakable stops again, after that tour was cancelled due to the singer's pregnancy. One of the biggest names in pop music history, her most iconic tracks are Rhythm Nation, That's the Way Love Goes, and her blockbusting duet with brother Michael, Scream.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Barclays Center

Nov 15, 2017

Prudential Center

Nov 19, 2017

DREAM THEATER

Never a band to skimp on ambition, Dream Theater commence their mammoth Images, Words & Beyond tour. The tour is an homage to their 1992 hit album, Images & Words. Each show will see the band play the gold-certified album in full, alongside other hits from their back catalog.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Beacon Theater

Nov 16, 2017

Paramount Theatre

Nov 18, 2017

: Closes 26th November 2017

Start distressing your denims and prepare to rock that bandana because this isn't a drill, The Boss is coming to conquer Broadway. That's right, the one and only Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen brings his iconic slice of Americana to the Great White Way for a series of intimate shows in which he'll take the audience through his life and career in only the way he can. More info

JOHN MCLAUGHLIN WITH JIMMY HERRING

John McLaughlin and Jimmy Herring share the stage on a brand new tour. Kicking off in November 2017, The Meeting Of The Spirits Tour will feature each virtuoso playing a separate set with their own bands, before combining their talents for a transcendent closing jam, exploring the sound of John's Mahavishnu Orchestra, covering some of their classic 1970's records including Inner Mounting Flames and Visions of the Emerald Beyond.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Town Hall Theater

Nov 03, 2017

Prudential Hall

Nov 10, 2017

: 18th November

Join these four legendary recording artists for a fantastic evening of stories, song and more as they gather together for a jam session that'll take you right back to the 1950s and the birth of Rock and Roll! As the new musical phenomenon sweeps the nation, these four up and coming Sun Records artists tell their tales and tease their new tunes. So get out your Blue Suede Shoes and Walk The Line with this stylish tribute. More info

: 17th November

As one of the biggest voices of the 60s, Darlene Love lent her pipes to everyone from Dionne Warwick to The Beach Boys and featured on some of the decades most unforgettable songs. Even when she wasn't credited (here's looking at you, Phil Spector) her unmistakable vocal was able to get people to stop and pay attention. More info

: Closes 27th November 2017

For many, Jay-Z has been and always will be one of rap's all timers, but there's no denying in recent years he's ceded to the spotlight to the likes of Kendrick. In 2017, that all changes, because new album 4:44 shows he can still bring it. More info

: Closes 8th November 2017

With more than 12 million albums sold and multiple Grammy nominations, Tori Amos is one of the most successful and influential artists of her generation. A pioneer across multiple platforms, she was the first major label artist to offer a single for download, has had her songs turned into graphic novels, and has produced groundbreaking videos throughout her career. More info

: Closes 2nd December 2017

The New York Philharmonic show their extensive range with this program covering Brahms, Mozart and a world premiere from eminent Danish composer Bent Sorenson, as commissioned by the company. More info

: Closes 21st March 2018

Michael Feinstein, the multi-platinum-selling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer dubbed "The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook," is considered one of the world's foremost interpreters of American standards, especially for Irving Berlin's work. His 200-plus shows a year have included performances at Carnegie Hall, Sydney Opera House and the Hollywood Bowl as well as the White House and Buckingham Palace in London. He is currently serving as artistic director in Indiana at The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel. More info

: 17th November

Idiosyncratic pop pixie Regina Spektor cotinues to tour her latest album Remember Us To Life. The follow-up to 2012's What We Saw From the Cheap Seats, Regina's seventh record is a lushly orchestrated effort packed full of the pitch-perfect pop that Regina has made her own, such as the bouncy, electronically-tinged lead single 'Bleeding Heart'. More info

: 3rd November

Legendary hit-maker and songwriter, Neil Sedaka joins the Pops to take us on a wistful trip down memory lane. A consummate musician, Neil has written, performed, produced and inspired many of the songs that defined a generation. Find yourself singing along to Neil's Top 40 hits, including "Breaking Up Is Hard To Do," "Calendar Girl," "Laughter in the Rain," and "Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen." More info

BELA FLECK & ABIGAIL WASHBURN

Banjo-strumming husband and wife duo Fleck and Washburn are on the road, taking their eclectic mix of bluegrass and folk music to their fans. They've released to collaborative records, and have formed a formidable double act which keeps getting better with every performance.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Bethel Woods Center For The Arts

Nov 04, 2017

New York Society For Ethical Culture - Concert Hall

Nov 11, 2017

: 25th November

It's time to jingle those bells and turn your air guitar all the way up to eleven, because the Wizard of Winter are coming! Creating a monumental sound that's equal parts classical music and progressive rock, the Wizards produce a huge scale Xmas spectacular much in the tradition of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. More info

: Closes 12th November 2017

The Canadian folk and alt-rock singer is known for his progressive messages for social justice, the environment, politics, and welcoming spirituality, as much as he is for the sheer volume of material put out over 40 years. With over 300 songs recorded for 30 album releases, this hard-working rocker has seen 20 of this records achieve platinum status. With his 2014 autobiography, Rumours of Glory: A Memoir praised for its eloquence and humanity, Cockburn represents the best of the Canadian spirit. More info

: 18th November

The Grammy- and Emmy Award-winning Israeli-American is renowned as the pre-eminent violinist of the 20th century after coming to prominence at the tender age of 13 on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1958. Despite losing the use of his legs due to polio, he has overcome the odds to become one of the most successful violin virtuosos in the world and his haunting music work has featured in movies including Schindler's List and Memoirs of a Geisha. More info

: Closes 9th November 2017

Kicking off a long-awaited eight-city tour, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra are headed to the States for a soulful series of concerts that calls for peace in this unsteady world. Conducted by its Music Director for Life Zubin Mehta, an exciting triple program awaits patrons at Carnegie Hall, opening with a New York premiere work by noted film composer Amit Poznansky, Footnote Suite. This is followed by Beethoven's celebrated Symphony No. 3, Eroica, which has remained one of his most popular works, finishing up with Strauss' Ein Heldenleben. The program features Grammy Award-winning Israeli-American pianist Yefim Bronfman. More info

: 11th November

What would have been Leonard Bernstein's 100th birthday falls in 2018, and what better way to honor him than a full orchestral concert by the New York Philharmonic, performing his best-loved works? Conducted by both Alan Gilbert and Leonard Slatkin, prepare to celebrate the life and culturally important work of the legendary composer - some of which transformed musical theater forever. More info

: 10th November

It's November, so you know what that means! Strap your dancing shoes on tight and get ready to salsa into the night with La Salsa Vive, a concert celebrating the grand tradition of salsa culture. Now in its fourth year, the lineup is yet to be confirmed! The 2016 event featured headlines Ruben Blades, Andy Montanez and Gilberto Santa Rosa! if you love salsa and the Cuban party spirit, head down to the Garden to brighten up your November nght! More info

: Closes 19th March 2018

From amazing child prodigy to breathtaking virtuoso, Joshua Bell has performed with every major orchestra worldwide. He came to national attention at the age of 14 in a highly acclaimed orchestral debut with Riccardo Muti and the Philadelphia Orchestra. A Carnegie Hall debut, the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a recording contract further confirmed his presence in the music world. More info

CELTIC THUNDER

The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Bergen Performing Arts Center

Nov 26, 2017

NYCB Theatre at Westbury

Nov 28, 2017

: 13th November

Iron and Wine, aka Sam Beam has been hard at work making folk rock over a decade now, with his work compared to the likes of Simon and Garfunkel, Nick Drake, Elliott Smith, Neil Young and John Fahey. More info

RINGO STARR AND HIS ALL STARR BAND

Since beginning his career with The Beatles in the 1960s, Ringo Starr has been one of the world's brightest musical luminaries. He has enjoyed a successful and dynamic solo career as a singer, songwriter and drummer, an active musical collaborator, and as an actor.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Beacon Theater

Nov 15, 2017

Prudential Hall

Nov 16, 2017

: Closes 18th November 2017

After taking an extended break, progressive rock legends King Crimson returned to the stage in 2014, and they've been touring ever since. The new set up includes three drummers, which would be surprising for any other band but King Crimson. The group formed in London in the late 60s and went onto become one of the most influential progressive rock bands of all time. More info

SQUEEZE

This British band came to prominence during the New Wave movements of the 1970s and found themselves a modest but loyal following throughout the intervening years. Their biggest chart hits include Cool For Cats and Up The Junction, as well as American chart placers Tempted, Hourglass and 853-5937. In 2010 they issued Spot the Difference, an album of newly recorded versions of older material. By creating some of the best loved songs of their generation, they have paved the way for many of today's most successful indie pop acts.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Beacon Theater

Nov 19, 2017

Count Basie Theatre

Nov 22, 2017

: 27th November

As the frontman for Oasis, Liam Gallagher swaggered his way through the britpop boom of the 1990s, belting out classic tunes like 'Live Forever,' 'Wonderwall,' and 'Cigarettes and Alcohol.' He's be singing them once again on this tour, alongside new material from his first solo album As You Were. More info

: 5th November

One of the founding members of the 70s rock band Styx, Dennis DeYoung is a songwriter of extraordinary diversity, whether it be heartfelt ballads (Babe), synth-pop (Mr. Roboto) or epic theatrical prog-rock (The Best of Times). While he has enjoyed a very successful solo career (including the Top 10 hit Desert Moon), for this tour he'll be concentrating only on Styx material, his brand new backing band helping to recreate some of the finest moments that 70s progressive rock had to offer. More info

: 26th November

This year marks their 20th anniversary as a band, so the boys from 98 Degrees decided to celebrate by making a new Christmas record. Their second yuletide offering after 1999's This Christmas, Let It Snow features a mixture of original cuts as well as soulful takes on some Holiday classics, all of which they'll be playing on these dates. More info

CHICAGO - THE BAND

One of the giants of American rock, Chicago are still going strong after an incredible 48 years! The self-proclaimed 'Rock & Roll band with horns' produced hit after hit in the 70s and 80s, including the iconic ballad If You Leave Me Now, as well as Baby, What A Big Surprise and Old Days.

This show is happening at multiple venues in Nov 2017:

Count Basie Theatre

Nov 13, 2017

Bergen Performing Arts Center

Nov 14, 2017

: 18th November

British rock icons Queen graced us with some of the greatest songs ever written. Almost Queen are America's premier tribute act, featuring Joseph Russo as Freddie Mercury, Steve Leonard as Brian May, Randy Gregg as John Deacon, and John Cappadona as Roger Taylor​. Their shows are pitch-perfect recreations of the band, from their music to their costumes and stage demeanor. More info

: Closes 3rd November 2017

British alternative rock band Elbow have been performing together since 1990 and still continue to deliver some of the best indie rock out there which delivers delightfully intricate music arrangements alongside an emotional backdrop with human kindness at its core. In 2017 Elbow will tour the US after the release of their seventh album Little Fictions which went straight to No.1 More info

: 4th November

The Fab Faux are without a doubt the most musically satisfying Beatles tribute band on the scene today. The band have created a buzz among Beatles fans committing to performing live what they feel would be an accurate reproduction of The Beatles' repertoire. More info

: 2nd November

A Perfect Circle fans rejoice, because the boys are back in the studio and back on the road. Comprised of members of tool, Smashing Pumpkins and Puscifer , A Perfect Cicle haven't released a record since 2004's collection of covers eMOTIVe. Marrying crunching riffs with slinky cerebralism, this group have been gone from the rock scene far too long. More info

: 10th November

Going on for more than 25 years, America's very own top-selling Pink Floyd show is back on the road this fall. Originally from New York, the band model their shows on the earlier concerts of PF from the 1970s, although as their fanbase has extended, so has their repertoire. Now they host a full-scale concert that has seen engagements across North America and across the world, and often perform entire albums as well as taking audience requests. More info

: Closes 18th November 2017

One of popular music's great experimenter's, John Cale comes to BAM for a run of three special concerts, celebrating both his hugely influential solo career and his time in The Velvet Underground. More info

: Closes 28th December 2017

The Grateful Dead have been resurrected in the form of Dark Star Orchestra. Formed in 1997, this tribute band came up with the novel idea of recreating complete sets from The Grateful Dead's gigantic list of concerts. They adapt their playing and sound depending on what era of Dead they're tackling on the night, and while they slavishly recreate the sound of the band down to the minutest detail, the band often embark on epic improvisations that would make their heroes proud. More info

: 25th November

An American in Paris is one of all time great Hollywood musicals. A sweeping technicolor romance starring Gene Kelly at the height of his powers, it was released in 1951, and won six Academy Awards. Now you can experience the magic of this classic in a whole new way, with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra accompanying a screening with a live score. More info

: 10th November

Citizen Cope has been pursuing his laid-back brand of hip-hop inflected rock for over a decade now. This year he's heading out on the road to play several solo acoustic dates, followed by concert with his full band in tow. More info

: 12th November

The legendary Slowdive tour with a brand new album in the works too! This comes after the January release of their single 'Star Riving' - the band's first single in over 20 years! The influential UK outfit rose to prominence in the early 1990s as flag-bearers of the burgeoning shoegaze scene, a dreamy genre of alternative rock that buried its sixties-pop melodies beneath a deep layer of distortion and feedback. More info

: Closes 16th November 2017

Out of the ashes of the Black Crowes a new bird/band has risen in the form of The Magpie Salute, a reunion of original Crowes members Marc Ford on guitar, Sven Pipien on bass and fearless leader and co-founding member Rich Robinson. More info

: 14th November

Celebrate the work of iconic American composer Leonard Bernstein at the grand finale of the New York Philharmonic's Bernstein festival. Esteemed conductor Leonard Slatkin will lead the orchestra as they perform Bernstein's poignant and dramatic Third Symphony, Kaddish. More info

: 17th November

When a band sets out to re-record the albums that have defined them, you know they've reached a milestone. Ever popular folk rock quintet Carbon Leaf first turned heads and ears with their heady mix of alternative country and celtic-infused indie rock in the early 90s, and have continued to redefine genres with each subsequent release over the years. Catch them live as they bring new life to a catalogue of surefire fan favorites. More info

: 17th November

His Infernal Majesty, widely known by the acronym H.I.M, burst out of the 90s dripping in black nail varnish and leather. The goth rockers first put forth their heady mix of metal and goth rock (a genre they've defined as love metal) in the form of critically acclaimed debut Greatest Lovesongs Vol. 666 in 1997. Two decades and eight studio albums later, the band embarks on its final voyage, embracing their fans in their web of darkness for one final time. More info

: Closes 12th November 2017

The world first fell in love with Frankie Valli when he led one of the most successful Doo-Wop bands in musical history, The Four Seasons. His trademark falsetto and astonishing 3-octave range stood the group apart from their contemporaries and they've sold over 100 million records to date. Hugely popular in the 60's, Valli has enjoyed a resurgence of popularity recently with the release of 'Jersey Boys', the smash hit Broadway musical based on his career. More info

: 10th November

Grammy-winning multi-platinum rapper and songwriter Macklemore is branching out from his partnership with frequent collaborator and producer Ryan Lewis to spread his wings and fly solo. The Thrift Shop singer is hitting the road on the Gemini Tour and bringing fresh self-penned tunes from his new album along for the swag-filled ride! More info

: 8th November

The world's top-selling instrumental artist Chris Botti has charm and talent in spades; the Italian American contemporary jazz trumpeter breathes new life into a range of different genres from American songbook standards to bebop classics by the likes of Miles Davis. Botti is not only a highly skilled musician but a consummate entertainer, with a gleam in his eye his onstage banter calls to mind the performers of jazz's golden age. More info

: 3rd November

Scottish prog rock icon Ian Anderson is reviving Jethro Tull for a special tour to support the release of his new album The String Quartets, a compilation of the group's greatest hits arranged played by The Carducci String Quartet. Arranged by close Tull collaborator John O'Hara, hits like Aqualung and Locomotive Breath are given new life, with Anderson playing flute and singing on most of the tracks. More info

: 18th November

Asia's biggest rock 'n' roll export is about to hit US shores, bringing their heady blend of mandarin pop and rock along for the ride! In early 2017 record-breaking Taiwanese quintet Mayday celebrated 20 years together, when you take into account their numerous Golden Melody Awards (Chinese Grammys) and legions of fans around the world, it’s easy to see why they’ve been dubbed the "Chinese Beatles". More info

: 10th November

The Urban Dictionary defines as 'Getting the Led out' as: 'It basically means that you are rocking out to some Led Zeppelin which is probably the best band ever to grace our Earth.' On a mission to bring the legend of Plant, Paige et al to the stage, this is no ordinary tribute show. Passionate about the 'Zep, these guys are committed to playing you the tunes in with the greatest respect and musicianship, whilst sharing the Led love. More info

: 12th November

LeAnn Rimes released her first hit, Blue, when she was just 13-years old, and has had a rocky path since with many awards and further Billboard-topping moments mixed in with some of the challenges of living the public eye. Perhaps best known for her Country crossover success with hits like How Do I and Can't Fight The Moonlight, the songstress is hitting the road and bringing along her hit-filled catalogue. More info

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