TOP 10 FALL CON­CERTS

North Toronto Post - - Arts -

1. BUZZCOCKS

There is a U.K. in­va­sion in T.O. this fall led by English punk stalwarts the Buzzcocks, the in­flu­en­tial con­tem­po­raries of the Sex Pis­tols and the Clash. Sept. 25, Dan­forth Mu­sic Hall

2. ADELE

Mu­si­cal phe­nom Adele comes to town for four sold-out nights on the heels of her chart-top­ping new al­bum, 25. Oct. 3, 4, 6 and 7, Air Canada Cen­tre

3. DRAKE

The Six’s own hip-hop icon Aubrey Gra­ham re­turns to town for two hot­linebling­ing nights down at the hockey rink. Oct. 8 and 9, Air Canada Cen­tre

4. SHOV­ELS & ROPE

Roots rockin’ husband-and-wife duo of Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst is a guar­an­teed good time with great tunes and plenty of charm. Oct. 11, Phoenix Theatre

5. JAPANDROIDS

Toronto in­die rock­ers blew our col­lec­tive minds with their 2012 al­bum Cel­e­bra­tion Rock. And then? Noth­ing. Fi­nally, the band shows signs of life with a new fall tour. Oct. 15, Horse­shoe Tavern

6. DONO­VAN WOODS

Toronto singer-song­writer’s star is on the rise. Touch­ing tunes in a beau­ti­ful set­ting. Plus, he’s hi­lar­i­ous. Oct. 28, Trin­ity–St. Paul’s

7. ALESSIA CARA AND RUTH B.

Cana­di­ans are dom­i­nat­ing the mu­sic charts, and th­ese two break­through artists are lead­ing yet an­other wave with their in­sight­ful pop gems. Nov. 2, Massey Hall

8. BAND OF HORSES

One of the best rock bands in Amer­ica, BofH re­turns to town in sup­port of their stel­lar new al­bum Why Are You OK? Nov. 3, Sound Academy

9. HENRY ROLLINS

Leg­endary punk icon and spo­ken word en­thu­si­ast re­turns to Toronto for his al­ways en­ter­tain­ing and provoca­tive one-man show. Nov. 5, Dan­forth Mu­sic Hall

10. CONOR OBERST

Beloved Amer­i­can folk mu­si­cian, bet­ter known as Bright Eyes, in town with his gor­geously wrought new al­bum Ru­mi­na­tions. Nov. 17, Massey Hall

Adele at the ACC

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Canada

© PressReader. All rights reserved.