Try classic black and white
If you find that your images are looking noisy or the colours are off, then why not go for a classic black-and-white treatment? Stripping out the colour gives the image a timeless quality, and draws attention to the lighting and shapes that make up the composition. It’s a particularly useful trick for photographing performers, as they’re often illuminated by different-coloured lights that can leave the skin looking unnatural in a still image. There’s a reason why many of the most iconic band photos are in black and white, and it’s not just because it looks classy.
There are lots of methods for applying an effective black-and-white conversion, such as a Black & White adjustment layer in Photoshop CS/CC or the colour/mono sliders in Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom. Whichever method you choose, be sure to boost the contrast as well, so that the tones look bright and punchy.