Blue October (Photo by Chris Barber)
A must-see on the fall festival circuit? The upcoming music documentary Get Back Up, which centers on Justin Furstenfeld of Blue October and his struggle with addiction.
Meanwhile, catch Blue October, back and reinvigorated onstage, in performance at Baltimore Soundstage on Thursday, Nov. 14.
Old Crow Medicine Show (Photo by Crackerfarm)
Grammy award-winning American roots band Old Crow Medicine Show performs at the Warner Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 13, in support of Live at The Ryman, a live album released last month via Columbia Records.
Julia Jacklin (Photo by Nick Mckk)
Australian singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin released Crushing, her second studio album, earlier this year via Polyvinyl. She’s on a US tour now with a stop at the Black Cat on Sunday, Nov. 10.
Todrick Hall (Photo courtesy Ticketmaster)
Broadway Actor and Streamy Award Winner Todrick Hall announced his Haus Party World Tour earlier this year. The tour features brand new sets and costumes along with music from his three-part album Haus Party at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday, Nov. 10.
Joe Bonamassa (Photo courtesy Big Hassle)
Blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa released Joe Bonamassa Live at The Sydney Opera House on Oct. 25, and he’s heading to MGM National Harbor for a show on Saturday, Nov. 9.
Kishi Bashi (Photo by Max Ritter)
Kaoru Ishibashi, known better as Kishi Bashi, released Omoiyari, his fourth full-length studio album, via Joyful Noise Recordings earlier this year. The violinist is on tour with a visit to the Lincoln Theatre in DC on Friday, Nov. 8.
Black Marble (Photo by Ashley Leahy)
Cold wave musician Chris Stewart, best known as the creative force behind Black Marble, released a third Black Marble full-length album, Bigger Than Life, recently via Sacred Bones Records. He’s hitting the road with a date at Black Cat on Sunday, Nov. 24, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.