Thursday November 9
1. Del McCoury Group: One of many giants of bluegrass, he started performing with Invoice Monroe’s Blue Grass Boys in 1963. A gifted singer and guitarist, McCoury collected two Grammys and 9 Worldwide Bluegrass Entertainer of the Yr trophies Music Affiliation. He has performed with Phish, Steve Earle, String Cheese Incident and Preservation Corridor Jazz Band and his songs have been recorded by everybody from Lovin’ Spoonful to Tom Petty. Delheads flock to DelFest each Might in Cumberland, Maryland, the place McCoury performs nightly with a parade of pickers. Together with his sons Ronnie on mandolin and Rob on banjo, the 84-year-old veteran is touring behind final 12 months’s “Nearly Proud,” which options the nifty “Honky Tonk Nights” with Vince Gill. (6:30 p.m. and eight:30 p.m. at Dakota, 1010 Nicollet Mall, Mpls., $50 to $75, dakotacooks.com)
Additionally: Monster bassist Victor Wooten, identified for Bela Fleck & the Flecktones and lately seen with Cory Wong, directs the Wooten Brothers (8 p.m. Positive Line, $40 to $60); Hint Adkinsthe nation star turned actor identified for scoring the hits “(This Ain’t) No Thinkin’ Factor” and “You are Gonna Miss This” and successful “The All-Star Celeb Apprentice” in 2013, returns (8 p.m. Mystic Lake On line casino, $49-$129).
Friday November 10
2. Billy Joel/Stevie Nicks: His touring accomplice, Elton John, has retired from the highway. His band, Fleetwood Mac, remains to be mourning the dying of Christine McVie. So Joel and Nicks, two Nineteen Seventies stars of their mid-60s, teamed up for a stadium tour. Each received Grammys for album of the 12 months, she for Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours,” he for “52sd Avenue.” He hasn’t launched an album of latest songs since 1993, however he has a jukebox filled with hits. She has had an ongoing profession with Large Mac and her solo work, which took her to Rock & Roll Corridor of Fame for a second time. (7 p.m., US Financial institution Stadium, 401 Chicago Av. S., Mpls., $79.50 – $1,850, ticketmaster.com)
3. Muun Bato and Chatham Rise: How about just a little hypnotizing whirlwind of a number of the Twin Cities’ greatest psychedelic rock bands round to levitate your thoughts from the grey instances and unhealthy information of the second? Joe Werner and his reverb unit Muun Bato have been steadily mixing early Floyd-style haze with shoegazer roar since their wonderful 2021 LP, “Paraphonic Vapors.” Chatham Rise are lastly again with a good looking new single, “Right here She Comes”, echoing the melodic buzz of 80s Manchester. Including to the luxurious noise will probably be Wild Lyre and newcomers Lumari. (8:30 p.m. Hook & Ladder, 3010 Minnehaha Av. S., Mpls., $15-$20, thehookmpls.com)
4. Bag for males: The brand new child on the town has a brand new band. Steve Gorman debuted in January as the brand new morning DJ on KQRS. He’s additionally a drummer, having labored in Black Crowes and Set off Hippy. He has a brand new energy trio consisting of guitarist Luther Dickinson (North Mississippi AllStars, Black Crowes) and singer/bassist Nick Govrik (Set off Hippy). Bag Males’s repertoire consists of originals similar to “I Can Really feel It” and “Boil Away” and covers of The O’Jays’ “Love Prepare” and Jimi Hendrix’s “Fireplace.” Curiosity of the week. (8:30 p.m., seventh Avenue entrance, 701 1st A VN, deputies, $25, axs.com)
5. John Michael Montgomery and Eddie Montgomery: What do you do when the accomplice of your nationwide duo dies out of the blue in a helicopter accident? You tour solo and also you additionally name your brother for the Brotherly Love Tour. Eddie misplaced Troy Gentry in 2017, however he nonetheless sings all these Montgomery Gentry nation hits like “The place I Come From” and “Hillbilly Footwear.” He is joined on tour by his little brother, John Michael, who had a string of Nashville triumphs within the Nineties, together with “I Swear” and “Bought (The Grundy County Public sale Incident).” As youngsters, they performed of their household band, and John Michael grew to become a singer after their dad and mom divorced. (8 p.m. Treasure Island On line casino, 5734 Sturgeon Lake Rd, Welch, $42-$62, ticasino.com)
6. José González: Though he introduced a 20th Celebrating the anniversary of his debut album, “Veneer,” for subsequent 12 months, the soothing Swedish acoustic bard is making an attempt one thing new on tour this fall. It is providing “evenings with” — with out an overture — that may start with a screening of “A Tiger in Paradise,” a documentary about González’s inventive course of, adopted by a dialogue with the movie’s director Mikel Cee Karlsson. Subsequent comes a daily, previous and great solo efficiency. (8 p.m. Fitzgerald Theater, 10 E. Trade St., St. Paul, $35, axs.com)
7. Invisible sound afterparty: Did you assume that the 24th Wasn’t the annual movie competition for music lovers additionally going to host just a little rock’n’roll reside present this week? They’ve assembled a enjoyable lineup to cap off a day of screenings hosted by Scrunchies, the uncooked and fascinating energy trio led by former Kitten Ceaselessly screamer Laura Larson with Bruise Violet drummer Danielle Cusack. Within the center are Black Widows, the fashionable surf-rock/punkabilly trio who simply completed a 12 months of enjoyable touring and appearances. Bluesy, manic soloist Theyself opens. (9 p.m. Inexperienced Room, $10, soundunseen.com; see our competition abstract right here.)
Additionally: China Wu Fei associates his guzheng, a zither-like instrument, with a toddler raised by Edina Abigail Washburnthe banjo of in a cross-cultural program, the sort of alternate that Grammy winner Washburn has pursued for years (7:30 p.m. Cedar Cultural Middle, $32-$37); Ernest Bisong, a Twin Cities violinist of Nigerian origin, introduced collectively Tertiary Dominant, a brand new jazz/hip-hop ensemble that includes guitarist Deevo, percussionist Darryl Boudreaux and bassist Mark Weisberg (6:30 p.m. Crooners, $20-$30); Texan indie rock darling Ben Kweller celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the album that helped him prime his teen grunge band Radish, “Sha Sha,” with “Superbad” actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse aka McLovin serving as his bassist and Mason Jennings opening (8:30 p.m. Positive Line, $30); the Canadian metallic veterans who nearly actually tore the roof off First Avenue, The Useless Man Idea staff up with rockers from Tennessee Skillet (7 p.m., $44, all ages).
Saturday November 11
Black Star Orchestra, the laudable tribute band preserving the Grateful Useless alive, recreates one other setlist of Useless live shows from the previous (8 p.m. Palace Theater, $34.50-$59.50); good New York singer-songwriter Dar Williams is again to tout its 2021 launch “I’ll Meet You Right here” (8 p.m. Cedar Cultural Middle, $30-$35); Various nation singer-songwriter from Nashville Rayland Baxter, son of Bucky Baxter (Bob Dylan, Steve Earle), promotes his fifth album on Dave Matthews’ ATO Data, “If I Have been a Butterfly” (8 p.m. Varsity Theater, $25 and up); new punk/indie haven Cloudland Theater hosts its greatest live performance but with Dillinger 4 (full 7 p.m.); tribute band to native stars, the Shabby Highway Orchestra will play the album “Revolver” in its entirety (6:30 p.m. and eight:30 p.m. the Dakota, $20-35).
Sunday November 12
8. Kesha: After cathartically addressing her authorized battle with producer Dr. Luke and different troublesome matters on her newest album, “Gag Order,” the California electro-pop singer of “Tik Tok” and “Your Love Is My Drug” appears decided to have enjoyable. on tour once more. She’s modified the identify of her present outing from Gag Order Tour to Solely Love Tour and is bringing an array of Madonna-worthy props, dancers and stage devices, as she did for her great outside live performance at Mystic Lake. in 2018. (7:30 p.m. Mystic Lake Showroom, 2400 Mystic Lake Blvd., Prior Lake, resale tickets solely, mysticlake.com)
9. Richard Goode: When it was introduced that one of many world’s best pianists would ship an intimate Chopin Society recital at Macalester Faculty’s Mairs Live performance Corridor, there was little question that the live performance could be a sellout. And that is the case. In any case, Goode practically crammed the Ordway Music Theater, a venue 4 instances its dimension. The primary American pianist to have recorded Beethoven’s full piano works will dedicate the second a part of the live performance to the composer’s devilishly demanding “Diabelli Variations” after performing a fantasy and a sonata by Mozart. (3 p.m. Janet Wallace Positive Arts Middle, 130 Macalester Avenue, St. Paul, $20-$40, chopinsocietymn.org)
10. The Modigliani Quartet: Fashioned on the Paris Conservatory 20 years in the past, this quartet has develop into one of the well-known string quartets in Europe. Named after an Italian painter and sculptor primarily based in Paris, the group took inspiration from Italy for this live performance within the Music within the Park sequence. Between a Mozart quartet composed in Milan and a not often heard quartet by opera grasp Giuseppe Verdi are works by Elise Bertrand, Hugo Wolf and Giacomo Puccini. (4 p.m. St. Anthony Park United Church of Christ, 2129 Commonwealth Ave., St. Paul, $23-$33, college students and youngsters free, schubert.org)
Additionally: Chicago-born uncooked, emotive and experimental blues guitarist/singer JD Simo, who has labored with Jack White and Luther Dickinson, helps his new album “Songs from the Home of Grease” (7 p.m. on the Dakota, $25-35); City traditional options soulful Twin Cities singers G Sharp, Jay Bee and Mark Lickteig masking R&B nuggets from Marvin Gaye to Maxwell (8 p.m. Crooners, $30-$40); Cloudland Theater welcomes one other long-running Twin Cities punk band, Virgin whoreswith Sarushibai and extra (6 p.m., $15).
Monday November 13
MVP bassist Liz DraperMonday Jazz/Experimental Sequence at Icehouse Continues with All-Feminine Lineup That includes Ukrainian Singer Natalie Nowytskitabla grasp Krissy Bergmark of Chicago and the previous Draper Black Blondie bandmate Tasha Baron (8 p.m., $10); country-bluegrass favorites, rootsy however playful, the Roe household singers return to their weekly live performance after celebrating their twentieth anniversary final weekend (8 p.m. 331 Membership, free).
Tuesday November 14
Nonconformist Music Metropolis, who has received 5 Grammys and 4 Dove Awards, gives his up to date Christian worship music (7 p.m. on the Armory, $37 and up); one of the progressive and constant metallic bands of the period, Georgia’s Baroness is again on tour together with his sixth album, “Stone” (7 p.m. First Avenue, $30); who will open Jason Isbell’s live shows subsequent March, El Kempner’s indie-rock band Pet canine walks round by yourself (8 p.m., seventh Avenue entrance, $18 to $20); ace of the pedal metal Joe Wild friends for the weekly Two Steppin’ Tuesdays joyful hour live performance (6 p.m.-8 p.m. White Squirrel Bar, free).
Wednesday November 15
Pioneering and influential New England singer-songwriter Tom Rush, identified for “No Regrets” and his bushy mustache, returns for 2 nights (7 p.m., additionally Thursday, the Dakota, $50-70); newly signed to Blue Observe Data after leaving his native nation for France, Cuban jazz pianist Harold López-Nussa makes his debut right here with a harmonica virtuoso Grégoire Maret in tow (7:30 p.m. Cedar Cultural Middle, $27).
Classical music critic Rob Hubbard contributed to this column.