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Duncan Sheik—Tonight, November 21st, The Sinclair
When it comes to musical versatility, it doesn’t get much better than Duncan Sheik. A writer and composer of his own material since the early ‘90’s, he’s also responsible for the smash hit musical Spring Awakening, and he’s taking a little bit of both to The Sinclair tonight.
Ray Lamontagne—Friday, November 23rd and Saturday, November 24th, Orpheum Theater
He’s back! The New Hampshire native is performing back to back at the Orpheum this weekend for the first time in quite a while, considering Lamontagne lives in western Massachusetts with his family. With a Grammy and four studio albums to pull for new material, audience members are secretly hoping that Lamontagne will be premiering some new material at these shows—it’s been two whole years, Ray!
The Gaslight Anthem—Monday, November 26th, House of Blues
For something a little different, try giving New Jersey band The Gaslight Anthem a shot at the House of Blues! Toeing the line between punk, rock, and emo since 2006, Gaslight has impressed critics and music crossover fans alike and are expected to put on a heck of a show on behalf of their latest release, 20120’s “Handwritten”.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse—Monday, November 26th, TD Garden
Neil Young is the latest of a frenzy of mid-century artists to visit the Garden—Bob Dylan and The Who played just last weekend, and Young is bringing the heat next Monday with tracks from his new album “Psychedelic Pill”. With over forty years of history to draw from for this incredible lineup, the inevitably insane price of a ticket will prove worth it.
Get over that tryptophan, listeners, and see some great music this week!