November 15 | 3:00pm Pacific
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Millenium Stage)
Strathmore Artist-in-Residence: Be Steadwell is a singer-songwriter and filmmaker who uses her roots in jazz, a cappella and folk music to present a blend which she calls “queer pop.” The Kennedy Center is America’s living memorial to President Kennedy—presenting the greatest performers and performances from across America and around the world, nurturing new works and young artists, and serving as a leader in arts education.
November 16 | 3:00pm Pacific
Singer/songwriter Jacob Whitesides was an underdog fighter from the start. Jacob and his sister were raised in humble upbringings by their strong, selfless mother Becky, in the smoky mountains outside of Knoxville, Tennessee. After learning guitar at a young age and honing in on his vocal skills, Jacob started winning over the Youtube community with his cover videos and, soon after, his original songs. Tune in for his live VR album release 11/16.
November 17 | 5:00pm Pacific
Jazz at Lincoln Center
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis showcases the timelessness of swing as a genre, cultural period, and musical concept. The big bands that emerged during the Swing Era defined the sound of America – bringing people out of the Depression and ushering in a new sense of possibility. Music director, composer, and JLCO trumpeter Marcus Printup will debut new compositions inspired by this formative decade, as well as arrangements of Swing Era classics and rarely heard works by Duke Ellington, Fletcher Henderson, and Benny Goodman, demonstrating what made jazz the definitive dance music of the 1930s. Jazz also led the country in its quest for civil rights, integrating the bandstand through extraordinary effort and increasing the connection between audiences and musicians, both of whom were actively engaged with changing the status quo. Printup and the JLCO will honor that ideal, embodying the sounds, uplifting feelings, and sense of community associated with an era of great music and productive engagement.
November 18 | 1:00pm Pacific
House of VANS
Come November 18th, one of the world’s most successful bands and Rock & Rock Hall of Fame inductees Metallica will launch their eleventh studio album ‘Hardwired…To Self Destruct’ with a special performance underneath the arches of House of Vans London.What Didn’t manage to bag a ticket to attend this extra special gig? You’ll be stoked to discover it will be streaming LIVE from Waterloo Tunnels so you can get your blood pumping and your head banging from the comfort of your sofa. Tune in via houseofvanslondon.com on November 18th from 9:00 pm GMT to catch all the action. The gig will also be available to view in its entirety for seven days after the event.
November 19 | 8:00pm Pacific
Melodic Caring Project
STG Presents and Live Nation welcome Amos Lee to The Paramount Theatre on November 19, 2016 with a webcast provided by Melodic Caring Project. Lee just released his new single “Vaporize” at all digital retailers and it’s the first release from his forthcoming sixth full-length album and debut for John Varvatos Records/Republic Records. “Vaporize” indicates a distinct musical evolution for the critically acclaimed Philadelphia singer and songwriter. Driven by expansive production, elegant keys, and his unmistakable soulful delivery, the song immediately enchants and signals a bright new chapter for him.
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