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ALABAMA SHAKES These U.S. roots rock­ers will per­form mu­sic from their new­est al­bum, Sound &

Color. Wed­nes­day, 8 p.m. ($77 at 855985-5000). Air Canada Cen­tre, 40 Bay St. JASON ALDEAN This coun­try mu­sic star will per­form along with Cole Swindell and Tyler Farr. Jason will per­form songs from his latest re­lease, Old Boots, New Dirt. Thurs­day, 7:30 p.m. ($151-$766 at 855985-5000). Mol­son Cana­dian Am­phithe­atre, 909 Lake Shore Blvd. W. MARC AN­THONY + CAR­LOS VIVES: UNIDO2 TOUR These two Latin mu­sic stars team up for a co-head­lin­ing North Amer­i­can tour. Wed­nes­day, 8 p.m. ($80.50-$193.25 at 855-985-5000). Mol­son Cana­dian Am­phithe­atre, 909 Lake Shore Blvd. W. AT­LAS GE­NIUS Toronto is one of the stops for this Aus­tralian band that just re­leased its sec­ond alt-rock al­bum,

Inan­i­mate Ob­jects. Wed­nes­day, 7 p.m. ($20 at 855-985-5000). Mod Club, 722 Col­lege St. BRIGITTE This French duo will per­form songs from its latest in­die pop re­lease,

À bouche que veux-tu (Mouth Of Plenty). Tues­day, 8 p.m. ($15 at 888-732-1682). Rivoli, 334 Queen St. W. WILL BUT­LER This mu­si­cian from Ar­cade Fire will per­form songs from his solo de­but al­bum, Pol­icy, as well as pro­mot­ing the up­com­ing Toronto Ur­ban Roots Fes­ti­val. Mon­day, 8 p.m. ($20 at 888-732-1682). Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W. CASPIAN was one of the first bands to be la­beled “post-rock” and has con­tin­ued to use in­stru­men­tal rock mu­sic to ex­plore new mu­si­cal fron­tiers through­out its 11 year ca­reer. Wed­nes­day, 8 p.m. ($18.45 at 888732-1682). Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W. THE CRIBS will bring its style of in­die rock to Toronto fans, per­form­ing songs from its sixth al­bum, For All My Sis­ters. Fel­low U.K. artist Farao opens. Fri­day, 8 p.m. ($15 at 888-732-1682). Ade­laide Hall, 250 Ade­laide St. W. DE­SA­PARE­CI­DOS This Amer­i­can punk rock band, led by Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst, will per­form songs from its lon­gawaited sec­ond al­bum. Satur­day, 9 p.m. ($29.50 at 888-732-1682). Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W. NICK DI­A­MONDS Ni­cholas Thor­burn, the B.C. hip-hop artist who some­times goes by Nick Di­a­monds, will per­form solo in Toronto. Sun­day, 8 p.m. ($14.76 at 888732-1682). Mod Club, 722 Col­lege St. DUNE RATS This band from Aus­tralia makes a stop in Toronto as part of its North Amer­i­can tour. Mon­day, 9 p.m. ($10 at 888-732-1682). Sil­ver Dol­lar Room, 486 Spad­ina Ave. EM­PRESS OF This New York-based artist will per­form a week af­ter the re­lease of her de­but stu­dio al­bum. Fri­day, 8 p.m. ($10 at 888-732-1682). Drake Ho­tel, 1150 Queen St. W. FARAO who is also known as Kari Jahnsen, is a Nor­we­gian artist whose mu­sic is a mix of her own voice and an elec­tronic ac­com­pa­ni­ment. Wed­nes­day, 8:30 p.m. ($14.76 at 888-732-1682). Smil­ing Buddha Bar, 961 Col­lege St. GOD­FLESH will be in town per­form­ing songs from its long-awaited al­bum,

A World Only Lit By Fire. Satur­day, 8:30 p.m. ($32.50 at 888-732-1682). Opera House, 735 Queen St. E. GRA­MATIK This N.Y.C.-based pro­ducer and DJ will per­form new ma­te­rial from his latest re­lease, Cof­fee Shop Se­lec­tion. Satur­day, 7 p.m. ($35.25-$40.50 at 855985-5000). Dan­forth Mu­sic Hall, 147 Dan­forth Ave. AL­BERT HAM­MOND JR. is best known as gui­tarist and key­boardist for the Strokes. He will be per­form­ing solo in this Toronto con­cert. Thurs­day, 8 p.m. ($30.38 at 888-222-6608). Opera House, 735 Queen St. E. EM­MY­LOU HARRIS & ROD­NEY CROW­ELL These two vet­er­ans of the U.S. coun­try-mu­sic scene play to­gether, pro­mot­ing its al­bum, The Trav­el­ling Kind. Thurs­day, 8 p.m. ($40.50-$306 at 416872-4255). Massey Hall, 178 Vic­to­ria St. THE HU­MAN PAS­SIONS Open­ing Tafel­musik’s 2015/16 sea­son is this pro­gram of mu­sic that speaks di­rectly to our must heated im­pulses. Un­til Satur­day, 8 p.m. and Sun­day, 3:30 p.m. ($43-$96 at 866-882-9844). Trin­ity St. Paul’s Cen­tre, 427 Bloor St. W. LUNCHTIME LIVE! clears the square for the next wave of Cana­dian mu­si­cal tal­ent. Mon­day in­cludes artist Bren­dan Philip. Mon­day, 12:30 p.m. un­til Oct. 12 (Free at 416-979-9960). Yonge-Dun­das Square, 1 Dun­das St. E. ON AND ON This in­die trio is tour­ing its sec­ond al­bum, And The Wave Has Two Sides. Tues­day, 8:30 p.m. ($17.22 at 888-7321682). Drake Ho­tel, 1150 Queen St. W. ST. PAUL & THE BRO­KEN BONES This seven-piece Alabama band is bring­ing the soul to Toronto fans. Sun­day, 8 p.m. ($26.50 at 888-732-1682). Lee’s Palace, 529 Bloor St. W. PUNCH BROTH­ERS This N.Y.C. five­piece brings its style of pro­gres­sive blue­grass to Toronto. Sun­day, 8 p.m. ($24.50 at 888-732-1682). Horse­shoe Tav­ern, 370 Queen St. W. RIVER­SIDE Hav­ing formed in 2001, this Pol­ish band’s fu­sion of pro­gres­sive rock and me­tal have kept it per­form­ing ever since. Tues­day, 7:30 p.m. ($25-$49.50 at 888-732-1682). Mod Club, 722 Col­lege St. SLASH This for­mer gui­tarist for Guns N’ Roses will per­form songs from his third solo al­bum, World on Fire. Wed­nes­day, 8 p.m. ($63.75-$86.25 at 855-985-5000). Sound Academy, 11 Pol­son St. THE SOUL REBELS brings the funk with its mod­ern take on tra­di­tional New Or­leans big brass sounds. Thurs­day, 8 p.m. ($22.15 at 888-732-1682). Ade­laide Hall, 250 Ade­laide St. W. SUN KIL MOON will be per­form­ing its folk rock mu­sic live in Toronto. Mon­day, 8 p.m. ($28.68 at 888-732-1682). Opera House, 735 Queen St. E. TRIV­IUM/TRE­MONTI These heavy me­tal bands tour as part of Hard Drive Live 2015. Tues­day, 7 p.m. ($34.50 at 888-7321682). Phoenix, 410 Sher­bourne St. ZZ WARD This bluesy rocker will per­form songs from her up­com­ing al­bum. Tues­day, 7:30 p.m. ($21.50-$95 at 888-732-1682). Opera House, 735 Queen St. E.

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Grammy win­ners Em­my­lou Harris and Rod­ney Crow­ell play Massey Hall on Thurs­day. Also on the bill is Amy Helm & the Hand­some Strangers

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