The Beach Boys will bring their Christmas tour supporting their latest album, “Reason for the Season” to the Durham Performing Arts Center. Mike Love talks about whether he would reunite with Brian Wilson.
Chatham County Line’s Electric Holiday Tour will continue its December tradition with a set Dec. 15, at downtown Raleigh’s Lincoln Theatre, marking a homecoming show for the Raleigh-based entertainers.
Rhythms Live Music Hall, the Triangle’s newest music venue, is delaying its Delbert McClinton concert to January. Here is more on the singer whose career of highlights includes opening for the Beatles.
April Verch, one of Canada’s most celebrated artists, will join Raleigh musician Joe Newberry Dec. 8 at The Cary theater for their annual holiday show highlighting connections between traditions of Canada and the Southern United States.
Catherine Russell, who was a backup singer for David Bowie and toured with Paul Simon and Madonna, has become a successful solo jazz musician. She will perform Dec. 6 as part of Duke Performances’ In the Jazz Tradition Festival.
Chris Young brings his Losing Sleep World Tour to Raleigh’s PNC Arena Dec. 1 with Dan + Shay, Morgan Evans and Dee Jay Silver. “Losing Sleep,” the singer’s seventh studio album, is the second of his career to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart.
Evan Rachel Wood, Raleigh native and star of the HBO series ‘Westworld’ and movies including ‘The Wrestler’ and ‘Across the Universe,’ will sing in Theatre in the Park. Her actor father Ira David Wood III is the theater’s executive director.
Parmalee, with roots in North Carolina, recorded “Down Town (Hurricane Florence Relief Song).” Proceeds of the recording will be donated to hurricane victims through the Red Cross. They’ll perform next at the Raleigh Christmas Parade.
“Astroworld” rapper Travis Scott was hours late going onstage at PNC Arena in Raleigh Nov. 9, following “unforeseen circumstances.” Other stops on the tour have been postponed because of the production.