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The fall concert season is beginning to wind down already, music-lovers, but don’t miss the final strains of music before the Christmas music season is upon us! We can complain about the silver bells later, let’s stick to the music.
Donavan Frankenreiter, October 31st (Paradise Rock Club)
Ring your Halloween in with surfer dude Donavon Frankenreiter, longtime friend of Jack Johnson who’s touring in support of his latest chill-dude record, Start Livin’. Not exactly the spooky fare you’re used to on all Hallow’s Eve, but he’s got the last name to boost!
Xavier Rudd, November 1st (Paradise Rock Club)
A huge draw on the festival circuit, you may not know Xavier Rudd’s name, but you’ve heard him. Famous for playing with groups like Good Old War, Dave Matthews, and G. Love, Rudd has gained notoriety for being surrounded with world instruments at every show with equal mastery in all, and produces one of the coolest sounds going in cross-genre music today.
Citizen Cope, November 2nd (House of Blues)
The indie-electronic genre-buster’s back this Friday to pack the House of Blues. Known for his cred in the indie scene as well as widespread success with cross-over that ranges deep into the hip-hop scene. He’s touring in support of his latest, One Lovely Day, that hasn’t seen a lot of airplay nationally yet, but this guy has a tendency of sneaking into your favorite movie’s soundtrack when you least expect it.
Jesse Dee: Sunday, November 3rd (Brighton Music Hall)
Longtime WERS supporter and fellow Improper Bostonian favorite Jesse Dee hits one of his tried-and-true venues at the Brighton Music Hall this weekend. A native of Arlington, MA, Dee has received national exposure after being featured on TV shows like Grey’s Anatomy and Gossip Girl but loves sticking to the local scene.