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November Music 2017

November Music 2017 ChappPac_mattscofield New Chappaqua Performing Arts Center Announces Fall ScheduleMatt Schofield, ChappPac, Thurs, 11/2: 8pm: British Blues Hall of Famer, Matt Schofield was named “Guitarist of the Year” three years running at the British Blues Awards, Schofield’s melodic style blends influences from players like Robben Ford, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Albert King. (480 Bedford Road, Chappaqua; 914.458.5143) TKTS

Fall Music 2017 October Music 2017 November Music 2017The Yardbirds, Thurs, Paramount Hudson Valley – Thurs, 11/2: 8pm: Rolling Stone listed The Yardbirds as one of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. Their 60’s anthems “For Your Love”, “Over Under Sideways Down” and “Heart Full of Soul” are on WTD’s 60’s mix- tape. (1008 Brown St., Peekskill; www.paramounthudsonvalley.com)

John McLaughlin and Jim Herring, Capitol Theatre – Sat, 11/4: 8pm: Guitar lovers alert. John McLaughlin co-parented jazz fusion with Miles Davis when Davis invited him to play on Bitches Brew. McLaughlin later developed a cult following with his Mahavishnu Orchestra. Here he plays with Jim Herring, lead guitarist for Widespread Panic who is a longstanding “friend” of Phil Lesh and friends and has performed with the Allman Brothers. (149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester; www.capitoltheatre.com)

Music_vanessa-williams_ridgefieldVanessa Williams, Ridgefield Playhouse – Sat, 11/4: 8pm: Actress, singer, dancer, author and Chappaqua mom, Vanessa Williams in a rare area stage performance. Her vocal hits include “Save the Best for Last”, “Dreamin’” and “Colors of the Wind”. (80 E. Ridge, Ridgefield, CT; www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org)

PAC_DizzyGillespie Performing Arts Center 2017-18 SeasonJazz at the Center, A Tribute to Dizzy Gillespie, Performing Arts Center – Sat, 11/4: 8pm: In this centennial celebration, Purchase College Professor Jon Faddis assembles an all-star line-up of today’s jazz artists to pay tribute to the Be-Bop music of one of the greatest jazz trumpeters of all time. Faddis has been widely credited with the successful recreation of Gillespie’s style dating back to the 70s. (735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase; www.artscenter.org)

The Machine performs Pink Floyd, Tarrytown Music Hall – Fri, 11/10: 8pm: One of a growing number of tribute bands that eschew the impersonation and just plays the music. Spin Magazine wrote that The Machine “sounds exactly like Pink Floyd.” P.S. did you know that Dark Side of the Moon is the #3 top selling album of all time? (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

Sheryl Crow, Capitol Theatre – Fri, 11/10: 8pm: Tickets go on sale September 15. This one will sell out. Call today if all you wanna do is have some fun. (149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester; www.capitoltheatre.com)

music_led_out_capitolGet The Led Out, Capitol Theatre, Sat, 11/11: 8pm: The Philadelphia-based group consists of six musicians who deliver Led Zeppelin’s studio recordings with all the bells and whistles. Get The Led Out re-create Zep’s songs with the studio overdubs that Zeppelin themselves never performed live. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

The Sixties Show, Ridgefield Playhouse – Sat, 11/11: 8pm: Current members of The Smithereens team up with former members of Bob Dylan’s band and The Kinks for note-for- note recreations of the hits, B-Sides and deep album cuts from the 1960’s. The Smithereens have had past success with full album covers of Meet The Beatles and The Beatles B-Sides. Could be fun. (80 E. Ridge, Ridgefield, CT; www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org)

America, Ridgefield Playhouse, Sun, 11/12: 8pm: One more time for “Sister Golden Hair”, “Horse with No Name”, “Ventura Freeway”, “Tin Man” and more. (80 E. Ridge, Ridgefield, CT; www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org)

Dead & Company, Madison Square Garden – Sun, & Tues, 11/12 & 14: 7pm: Grateful Dead

Fall Music 2017 October Music 2017 November Music 2017members Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzman and Bob Weir team up with John Mayer to dig deep into the Dead’s catalog of songs. www.thegarden.com

The Hit Men, Tarrytown Music Hall – Fri, 11/17: 8pm: This quintet performed with rock legends such as Frankie Valli, Carole King and Cat Stevens. Here they play the biggest hits of The Four Seasons, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Rod Stewart, Jim Croce, tommy James and more. (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

Cheap Trick, Capitol Theatre – Sat, 11/18: 8pm: Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Cheap Trick had a string of mega-hits in the 70s & 80s including “Surrender”, “Dream Police”, and “I Want You To Want Me”. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

November Music 2017

The Stanley Clarke Band, Paramount Hudson Valley – Fri, 11/24: 8pm: Four-time Grammy-winner and bass virtuoso Stanley Clarke brings his band that won the 2011 Grammy for Best Contemporary Jazz Album. Clarke was the co-founder, with Chick Corea, of the seminal fusion group Return to Forever. (1008 Brown St., Peekskill; www.paramounthudsonvalley.org)

Tusk: Fleetwood Mac Tribute, Tarrytown Music Hall – Sat, 11/25: 8pm: In this Benefit for Autism, Tusk covers Mick, Christine, Lindsey and Steve’s hits like “Landslide”, “Rhiannon, “Go Your Own Way” and the Bill Clinton campaign theme song, “Don’t Stop”. (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

music_squeeze_argy_bargySqueeze, Capitol Theatre – Wed-Thurs: 11/29-30: 8pm: British new-wavers scored big with iconic hits in the UK and the states including “Cool for Cats’, “Tempted”, “Black coffee in Bed” and “Pulling Mussels (from the Shell)”. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

Music_SGT> Pepper_tarrytownClassic Albums Live, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Tarrytown Music Hall, Thurs, 11/30: 8pm: This Toronto based ensemble performs a note by note recital of The Beatles’ classic album, Sgt. Peppers (and more) complete with sitars and strings. This one is for sound hounds. Just the music … no costumes, no wigs. (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

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Chris Botti, Paramount Hudson Valley – Sat, 12/2: 8pm: America’s biggest selling instrumentalist, Botti has had four #1 Jazz Albums and won a Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Album in 2013. He has performed with everyone from Sting to Yo-Yo Ma, Paul Simon, John Mayer, Joshua Bell, Herbie Hancock and Lady Gaga. (1008 Brown St., Peekskill; www.paramounthudsonvalley.org)

Caramoor’s Fall Lineup Richard Thompson, Caramoor – Sat, 12/2: 8pm: British folk rock legend Richard Thompson headlines Caramoor’s Fall Benefit Concert. This “mostly” tax deductible ticket gets you one of 170 seats in the intimate Rosen House Music Room to hear one of Rolling Stone’s Top 20 Guitarists of All Time. (149 Girdle Ridge Rd., Katonah; www.caramoor.org)

Music_Mavericks_tarrytownThe Mavericks, Tarrytown Music Hall – Wed-Thurs, 12/6-7: 8pm: This Latino band from South Florida, who had their own PBS special, plays straight on country garage band/rhythmic cow-punk! They’re crazy good. Must be if they can book a two-night run in the ‘burbs! . (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

Sixties, Spectacular, Tarrytown Music Hall – Fri, 12/8: 8pm: The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Vogues (“5 O’clock World”) The Buckinghams (”Kind of a Drag”) The Happenings (“Go Away Little Girl”) and Terry Sylvester of the Hollies (“The Air That I Breathe”) (13 Main St., Tarrytown; www.tarrytownmusichall.org)

Music_HotTuna_capitolHot Tuna Electric ft. Steve Kimock, Capitol Theatre – Fri, 12/8: 8pm: Jorma and Jack are back. This time they’re plugged in with guitarist Steve Kimock, who has been compared to Jerry Garcia. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

Blood Sweat and Tears, Paramount Hudson Valley – Fri, 12/8: 8pm: Bo Bice, the runner up to Carrie Underwood on American Idol, season 4, fronts the legendary jazz-rock band from the sixties who scored seven Top 40 hits including “Spinning Wheel,” “You’ve Made Me So Very Happy”, and “God Bless The Child”. (1008 Brown St., Peekskill; www.paramounthudsonvalley.org)

Music_rateliff_capitolNathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Capitol Theatre – Sat-Sun, 12/9-10: 8pm: Singer/songwriter, Rateliff’s single S.O.B. rose to #1 on the Americana charts after he performed it on the Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show. Here he performs with his R&B combo, The Night Sweats. Plus, The Budos Band on 12/9 and Anders Osborne on 12/10. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

Matisyahu, Capitol Theatre – Sat, 12/23: 8pm: Jewish-American reggae vocalists, beat boxer and alt-rock musician, blends Orthodox Jewish themes with reggae, rock & hip-hop. His 2005 single “King Without a Crown” was a Top 40 hit. . (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

music_string_cheese_capitolThe String Cheese Incident, Capitol Theatre – Fri-Sun, 12/29-31: 8pm: Progressive bluegrass and neo-psychedelia jam band from Colorado is a fave of Bay area Deadheads looking for salvation. Featuring everything from electric guitar and mandolin to violin, lap steel guitar, electric slide guitar keys and accordion. (149 Westchester Ave., www.thecapitoltheatre.com)

Music_Shadows_motown_paramountShadows of the 60’s Motown Tribute, Paramount Hudson Valley – Sun, 12/31: 7 & 10pm: Performing the songs of The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Supremes, Smokie Robinson, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Martha Reeves and Junior Walker. (1008 Brown St., Peekskill; www.paramounthudsonvalley.org)

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