8 Concerts Worth Going to This November

By Katie Davis
In Culture

This November holds many great concerts in store for those seeking out music. Whatever your venue, genre or preferred time and date, you won’t be disappointed.

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The New Pornographers. Photo courtesy of The Pageant.

Vivian Green and Kindred the Family Soul
Nov. 9, The Pageant
An R&B-soul legend, the singer-songwriter and pianist Vivian Green performs with duo Kindred the Family Soul in this early November show. Green has continued to grow her fan base since the late ’90s, and during the show, she should perform some of her most recent tunes including “Anything Out There” and “Oh Freedom.”

The New Pornographers
Nov. 10, The Pageant
The one-of-a-kind indie-rock group The New Pornographers is back in town for an awesome show featuring its top-rate musicians including A.C. Newman, Neko Case and Dan Bejar. Expect the band to play from its old albums like “Mass Romantic” as well as ¬†2014’s “Brill Bruisers.”

Timeflies
Nov. 11, The Pageant
American music duo featuring the popular producer Rob Resnick and vocalist Cal Shapiro, Timeflies started in 2010 and since then has been churning out tunes like “I Choose U” and “All the Way.”

Better Than Ezra
Nov. 13, The Pageant
With an eighth studio album called “All Together Now” under its belt, New Orleans-based alt-rock band Better Than Ezra is back making music and performing at concert venues around the country. Fans, often referred to as Ezralites, won’t want to miss out on this show, opened up by Seven Handle Circus.

Chase Rice
Nov. 15, The Pageant
Hailing from Asheville, North Carolina, alternative country rocker Chase Rice can now boast three successful full-length albums including “Country as Me,” “Dirt Road Communion” and “Ignite the Night.” Get to the show early, and check out Michael Ray, who will be opening.

Stars
Nov. 18, Old Rock House
Admired for producing gorgeous, orchestral-like pop music, Canadian band Stars has another studio album called “No One Is Lost.” Those going to this show can expect Stars to play new music including “A Song is a Weapon” as well as older hits like ¬†“Your Ex-Lover is Dead.”

My Brightest Diamond
Nov. 19, Old Rock House
Shara Worden is a unique rock performer who has been leading¬†My Brightest Diamond for years. Now, she brings her music back to the road for a series of concerts and performs from the band’s latest album, “This is My Hand.”

Hunter Hayes
Nov. 20, Chaifetz Arena
After releasing his latest album, “Storyline,” multi-instrumentalist, Cajun-country musician Hunter Hayes continues to grow in fame. Over just the last few years, Hayes has charted billboards, sold millions of copies of both albums and continued to gain fans from all over the world.

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