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  • Upcoming Concerts: Marc Anthony, Reba, Dwight Yoakam

    Upcoming Concerts: Marc Anthony, Reba, Dwight Yoakam
    The zoot-suited swingers in the Brian Setzer Orchestra ($20-$40) play the Grand Theater at Foxwoods in Mashantucket on Friday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m., followed by Latin pop superstar Marc Anthony ($95-$175) on Friday, Dec. 19 at 9 p.m. Head online at foxwoods....
  • Plants and Animals Play Two Shows

    Plants and Animals Play Two  Shows
    It's unsettling when you find out an album you really like isn't well-regarded by its creators. In 2012, the Montreal-based trio Plants and Animals released The End of That, 11 tracks of frayed nerves, jangly guitars and singer Warren C. Spicer's...
  • Fare Thee Well, Ani DiFranco Among Recently Announced Concerts

    Fare Thee Well, Ani DiFranco Among Recently Announced Concerts
    College Street Music Hall in New Haven will stream the three final Grateful Dead shows from Chicago on July 3-5. A three-day pass will run you $42; shows start at 8 p.m. Visit collegestreetmusichall.comĀ for more information. Jamaica's Jah9 and...
  • Counting Crows, Decemberists Among Summer Shows

    Country star Tim McGraw has announced that he will headline A Concert for Sandy Hook Promise, a show to benefit the organization's mission of protecting kids from gun violence, at Hartford's Xfinity Theatre on Friday, July 17, at 8 p.m. Tickets ($31.25-...
  • Jazz Trio Bad Plus Bringing Its Personal Aesthetic To Iron Horse

    Jazz Trio Bad Plus Bringing Its Personal Aesthetic  To Iron Horse
    The piano trio format — acoustic piano, double bass and drums — has been a part of jazz for decades. Bill Evans' modest output from 1959-61 with bassist Scott LaFaro and drummer Paul Motian, spanning only two studio recordings and a pair...
  • Yankovic At Foxwoods, Godsmack At Mohegan

    Yankovic At Foxwoods, Godsmack At Mohegan
    "Weird" Al Yankovic heads to Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket on Saturday, June 6, armed with a bucketful of Grammy Awards, hilarious pop-culture parodies like "Eat It," "Smells Like Nirvana" and "Amish Paradise," and a pretty killer band. Tickets...
  • Ian Coss' Label Fashion People Records Takes Shape In Amherst

    Ian Coss' Label Fashion People Records Takes Shape In Amherst
    An overactive imagination won't get you far in certain occupations (air traffic controller, say), but it's helpful if you're a musician. Songwriter Ian Coss, 26, lived in East Asia for two years and returned home to Boston full of ideas, which he...
  • Maine's David Mallett Continues Celebrating Rural Life With Timeless Folk Tunes

    Maine's David Mallett Continues Celebrating Rural Life With Timeless Folk Tunes
    David Mallett, a renowned folk troubadour from Maine, sings and writes memorable songs celebrating the rural life in his beloved home state, the sacredness of the Earth, the wonders of nature and the transcendent significance of the lives of ordinary...
  • Soul Singer James Hunter Likes to Turn The Lens On His Fans

    Soul Singer James Hunter Likes to Turn The Lens On His Fans
    The top complaint most recording artists have about the road is what to do with the other 22 hours of the day when they're not performing. That doesn't bother James Hunter a bit. The veteran blue-eyed soul singer, who grew up in Essex, England, and...
  • Connecticut Rock Legends The Wildweeds Reunite

    Connecticut Rock Legends The Wildweeds Reunite
    Surviving members of the Wildweeds, a popular '60s band who scored a regional hit with "No Good to Cry," will perform together in Connecticut for the first time in 46 years. Singer/guitarist Big Al Anderson, a founding member of the Wildweeds who...
  • Upcoming Concerts: 'Downton Abbey' Star Brings Her Band To Norfolk

    Upcoming Concerts: 'Downton Abbey' Star Brings Her Band To Norfolk
    Not long after announcing the upcoming release of his Christmas album, "Home for the Holidays," crooner Anthony Hamilton dropped word of a holiday-themed tour that brings him to the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford on Sunday, Dec. 21 at 7 p.m....