Comin’ Soon…


The Voice meets The Egg: There’s yet another new concert announcement from the fine folks at The Egg in Albany. Javier Colon – the winner of the inaugural season of NBC-TV’s singing competition show, “The Voice” – is slated to make his Nippertown debut at The Egg at 7:30pm on Sunday, December 4. Tix are scheduled to go on sale at 10am on Friday (October 7) priced at $29.50 and $39.50; VIP tix are $75, which also include a meet and greet session with the singer and a signed copy of his CD.

Hopelessly devoted: There hasn’t been any official word from the Palace Theatre yet, but according to her website, Olivia Newton-John is slated to make a tour stop at the Palace on Saturday, December 10, in support of her latest album, “Portraits: A Tribute to Great Women of Song.”

In addition to their concert at The Egg in Albany on Tuesday, October 25, the Indigo Girls will also step into the spotlight at the Woodstock Playhouse in Woodstock at 8pm on Sunday, October 23. The $50 tix are already sold out, but there are still tix available for $75 and $99.

Natalie Merchant is performing a pair of concerts at the Old Dutch Church in Kingston at 2 & 7pm on Saturday, October 22. Opening the shows will be Elizabeth Mitchell and Mike & Ruthy. Tix are $35, $50, $75 and $99; children ages 3-12 $10; children under three FREE.

Four new concerts have been added at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton. Tix will go on sale at 10am on Friday for the following shows:
Javier Colon at 8pm on Tuesday, November 29 ($29.50, $39.50, $75)
Comedian Lisa Lampanelli at 8pm on Friday, February 10 ($35)
They Might Be Giants at 8pm on Thursday, March 8 ($25)
Beatles tribute band the Fab Faux at 8pm on Friday, April 27 ($25, $35, $45, $85)

In case you missed it: Two new shows – jazz bass master Stanley Clarke and western-swing kingpins Asleep at the Wheel – have been added to The Egg’s concert calendar for November.

In case you missed it, Part II: Axl Rose and the currently incarnation of Guns N’ Roses return to the Times Union Center (although the last they were there, it was called the Pepsi Arena… and Buckethead was playing guitar).

In case you missed it, Part III: A batch of new concerts – including Lyle Lovett, Mavis Staples, the Paul Winter Consort, Spyro Gyra and the Blind Boys of Alabama – have been added to the upcoming calendar at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington.

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