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PERFORMANCES

Updated: Sep. 21

CD RELEASES!!!

AUGUST:

ABBEY LINCOLN: Abbey Sings Billie, Vol. 2 (1987)

ABBEY LINCOLN: The Very Best Of

The ANDREWS SISTERS: In Hollywood

ARETHA FRANKLIN: Live at the Jamaica World Music Festival, November 1982

AVERAGE WHITE BAND: Cupid’s in Fashion (1982)

AVERAGE WHITE BAND: On the Strip: The Sunset Sessions

BACHMAN-TURNER OVERDRIVE: Greatest Hits Live

BEE GEES: Best of Bee Gees (1969)

BEE GEES: Main Course (1975)

BEE GEES: Children of the World (1976)

BEE GEES: Here at Last… Live (1977)

BEE GEES: Spirits Having Flown (1979)

BETTY WRIGHT: Betty Wright Live (1978)

BETTYE LaVETTE: Blackbirds

BILL HALEY and His Comets: Rocks, Clocks & Alligators: All the Hits & More 1953-1961

BLIND FAITH: Live in Los Angeles 1969

BOBBY RUSH: Rawer Than Raw

BON JOVI: Cross Road: The Best of Bon Jovi (1994)

BOYS OF KING’S COLLEGE CHOIR, CAMBRIDGE: Peaceful Voices

BRUCE HORNSBY: Non-Secure Connection

CAT STEVENS/YUSUF: Back to Earth (1978)

CHAKA KHAN: Homecoming

CHER: Black Rose (1980)

CONNIE FRANCIS: Who’s Sorry Now…

CYNDI LAUPER: True Colors (1986)

DAVID BOWIE: Images 1966-1967

DAVID BOWIE: Drive-In Saturday [Live at the Elysée Montmarte, Paris, 14th October, 1999

DAVID RUFFIN: I Can’t Stop the Rain

DIANA ROSS & The SUPREMES: Essential

DR. JOHN: The Sun, Moon & Herbs (1971)

ELVIS COSTELLO: Brutal Youth (1994)

ERIC CLAPTON: Backtrackin’ (1984)

EYDIE GORME/STEVE LAWRENCE: Solo Hits 1952-1962

FLEETWOOD MAC: Before the Beginning 2: Live & Demo Sessions 1970

FOO FIGHTERS: 25 Years of the Foo Fighters

GRAND FUNK RAILROAD: Mark, Don & Mel: 1969-1971

GRAND FUNK RAILROAD: Grand Funk Hits (1976)

GRATEFUL DEAD: Grateful Dead (1967)

GRATEFUL DEAD: Anthem of the Sun (1968)

GRATEFUL DEAD: Aoxomoxoa (1969)

GRATEFUL DEAD: Workingman’s Dead (1970)

GREGORY PORTER: All Rise

HARRY BELAFONTE: Versatile Mr. Belafonte

HARRY NILSSON: Nilsson Schmilsson

JACKIE WILSON: Whispers (1966)

JERRY BUTLER: Moody Woman

JOHN DENVER: Country Roads (Live in England 1986)

JOHNNY CASH: I Walk the Line (1964)

JOHNNY CASH: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1 (1967)

JOHNNY CASH: at Folsom Prison (1968)

JOHNNY CASH: Johnny Cash at San Quentin (1969)

JOHNNY CASH: His Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (1971)

JOHNNY WINTER: Texas ’63-‘68

KATY PERRY: Smile

KEM: Love Always Wins

MARY CHAPIN CARPENTER: The Dirt and the Stars

MUDDY WATERS: Live at Theatre 1839, San Francisco, May 14th, 1977

NEIL DIAMOND: Hot August Night II (1987)

NEIL DIAMOND: Love at the Greek (1977)

NEIL SEDAKA: Gold

NEVILLE BROTHERS: Aaron & Art & That New Orleans Rock & Roll Beat 1955-1962

ORIGINAL CAST: West Side Story [Original Broadway Cast Recording] (1957)

PAUL McCARTNEY: Flaming Pie (1997)

PETER GABRIEL: Plays [Live] (1983)

PRINCE: Cosmic

The ROLLING STONES: Live at the Oakland Coliseum 1969

SAM & DAVE: American Portraits: Sam & Dave

The SOUL SEARCHERS: Salt of the Earth (1974)

STEVIE NICKS: New Jersey 1983

TONI BRAXTON: Spell My Name

WILLIE NELSON: Willie and Family Live (1978)

WILLIE NELSON: Across the Borderline (1993)

JULY:

ABBA: The Studio Albums

ALANIS MORISSETTE: Smiling

ALANIS MORISSETTE: Such Pretty Forks in the Road

The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND: Jacksonville Beach 1969

ARETHA: Aretha (1986)

AVERAGE WHITE BAND: Warner Communications (1978)

AVERAGE WHITE BAND: Feel No Fret (1979)

The BEATLES: Acoustic Masterpieces

BEE GEES: In Concert 1973: Radio Broadcast

BIG MAMA THORNTON: The Singles Collection 1951-1961

BILL WITHERS: Making Music (1975)

BILL WITHERS: Naked & Warm (1976)

BILLY PRESTON: The Classic Collection

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Catch a Fire (1973)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Burnin’ (1973)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Natty Dread (1974)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Live! (1975)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Rastaman Vibration (1976)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Exodus (1977)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Babylon By Bus (1978)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Kaya (1978)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Survival (1979)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Uprising (1980)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Confrontation (1983)

BOB MARLEY & The WAILERS: Legend: The Best of Bob Marley and the Wailers (1984)

BOB MARLEY: Fridays For Future

BON JOVI: American Reckoning

BRETT ELDREDGE: Sunday Drive

BRIAN SETZER: The Ultimate Collection Recorded Live, Vol. 2

BUDDY GUY: Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues (1991)

CAT STEVENS/YUSUF: Back to Earth (1978)

CHICAGO: 25 or 6 to 4 [Single]

CHICAGO MASS CHOIR: My Soul Says Yes

CISSY HOUSTON: American Portraits: Cissy Houston

CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG: Only Love Can Break Your Heart

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES: Hall & Oates (1999)

DAVID BOWIE: Ouvrez le Chien [Live, Dallas ‘95]

DINAH WASHINGTON: Dinah Jams (1954)

The DOORS: 13 (1970)

DORIS DAY: Gold

DR. JOHN: The Sun, Moon & Herbs (1971)

DR. JOHN: Great American Radio, Vol. 5

The DRIFTERS: American Portraits: The Drifters

ELLA FITZGERALD/LOUIS ARMSTRONG: Ella and Louis (1956)

ERIC CLAPTON: Backtrackin’ (1984)

FATS WALLER: The Home Recordings of Fats Waller

GENESIS/PHIL COLLINS: Greatest Hits Live/Radio Broadcast

The GO-GOs: Beauty and the Beat (1981)

The GO-GOs: Greatest (1990)

GRATEFUL DEAD: Workingman’s Dead (1970)

JAMES BROWN: Medley: Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag/I Feel Good {Live on the Ed Sullivan Show, May 1, 1966]

JAMES BROWN: Revolution of the Mind (1971)

JAMES BROWN: It’s a Man’s Man’s World [Single]

JAN & DEAN: Ba-Ba-B-B-Ba-Ba

JOHN LEE HOOKER: Burning Hell (1959)

JOHNNY CASH: I Walk the Line (1964)

JOHNNY GILL/RALPH TRESVANT: All Mine

JOYCE DiDONATO: Vivaldi: Ercole sul Termodonte (2011)

KANSAS: The Absence of Presence

KING’S COLLEGE CHOIR of CAMBRIDGE: A Choral Journey Through the Ages

KYLIE MINOGUE: Say Something

LEDISI: Where I Am

LOUIS ARMSTRONG: Live In France

MARIAH CAREY: The Live Debut: 1990

MARVIN GAYE: Every Great Motown Hit of Marvin Gaye (1983)

MARVIN GAYE: His Classic Duets

MUDDY WATERS: Legends of Blues: The Best of Muddy Waters

NINA SIMONE: Nina Simone and Piano! (1969)

OTIS REDDING: The Best of Otis Redding (1972)

PAUL McCARTNEY: Flaming Pie (1997)

PETER FRAMPTON: Somethin’s Happening (1974)

PLÁCIDO DOMINGO: Plácido Domingo Opera Gala: 50 Years at the Arena di Verona [Video]

PRINCE: I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man (1987)

RARE EARTH: Generation (1969)

SAM COOKE: Ain’t That Good News (1964)

STEVIE WONDER: The 12 Year Old Genius (1963)

The SUPREMES: Come See About Me [Live on the Ed Sullivan Show, December 27, 1964]

TAMMY WYNETTE: Gold

TANIA MARIA: Come With Me (1982)

TANIA MARIA: Outrageous (1993)

TANIA MARIA: The Concord Jazz Heritage Series (1998)

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: The Capitol Singles 1949-1950

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: The Capitol Singles 1951-1952

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: The Capitol Singles 1953-1955

TENNESSEE ERNIE FORD: The Capitol Singles 1956-1958

A THOUSAND HORSES: A Song to Remember

TONY TERRY: Born Ta Luv Ya

TOTO: Mindfields (1999)

WILLIE NELSON: Red Headed Stranger (1975)

WILLIE NELSON: Across the Borderline (1993)

WILLIE NELSON: First Rose of Spring

Wolfgang's Vault

MULTI-MEDIA:

AXS TV: LIVE Streaming Concert Hub

The MET At-Home Gala: https://www.metopera.org

MET Opera on Demand – Instant access to more than 500 full-length Met performances, including more than 75 Live in HD presentations. Download the iPad app for free from the App Store. Visit the Met website to subscribe or sign-up for a free 7-day trial at metoperaondemand.org

The METROPOLITAN OPERA Goes to the Movies - For theatre info, visit http://www.metoperafamily.org/metopera/broadcast/hd_events.aspx

The METROPOLITAN OPERA PLAYER – Experience The Met: Live in HD – new online subscription streaming service.  Visit www.metplayer.org

SIRIUS Satellite Radio – Metropolitan Opera Radio – Channel 78 – For more info, visit www.sirius.com/metropolitanoperaradio

VIVA LA VOCE.com – Classical 103.5-FM WGMS presents VivaLaVoce.com, a 24-hour internet radio station and website dedicated to classical vocal music.

WETA-FM: Choral Showcase - SUNDAYs at 9pm (visit www.weta.org/fm/onair/choralshowcase):

TIPPETT: A Child of Our Time - London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus - Sep. 6

MONTEVERDI: Vespers of 1610 - Sep. 13

SIBELIUS: Kullervo - Sep. 20

ROSSINI: Petite Messe Solemnelle - Sep. 27

CLASSICAL WETA-FM OPERA HOUSE BROADCASTS - SATURDAYs at 1pm (on Classical WETA 90.9 FM, visit www.weta.org/fm/onair/operahouse):

ROSSINI: Zelmira featuring LAWRENCE BROWNLEE - Sep. 5

ARMIENTA: Bless Me, Ultima – OPERA SOUTHWEST -  Sep. 12

WAGNER: Lohengrin – OPERA SOUTHWEST - Sep. 19

MOZART: Don Giovanni – ROYAL OPERA HOUSE - Sep. 26

TELEVISION/CABLE/FILM: (Times listed as Eastern Time; 12midnight-11:59pm)

AXS TV:

The 1960s Rediscovered:

   60s Pop Culture Sep. 6 at 9am

   1968 A Turbulent Year - Sep. 27 at 9am

   The Nixon Election and Women's Rights - Sep. 13 at 9am

   LBJ, Civil Rights - Sep. 20 at 9am

1968 A Year of War, Turmoil & Beyond – Sep. 1 at 2pm

AEROSMITH—Live at Donington – Sep. 13 at 3:55pm, Sep. 14 at 1:40am, Sep. 20 at 2:30am

ALANIS MORISSETTE – Sep. 20 at 10pm, Sep. 21 at 1:05am

ALISON KRAUSS & Union Station featuring JERRY DOUGLAS - Sep. 20 at 4:25pm, Sep. 21 at 3:55am

ALLMAN BROTHERS--After the Crash - Sep. 5 at 10:20pm, Sep. 6 at 1:55am

AMERICA - Sep. 22 at 3:35pm

AMY WINEHOUSE: Back To Black - Sep. 9 at 2pm

BACHMAN and TURNER Sep. 6 at 10:30am, Sep. 7 at 3:25am

Best of Farm Aid 2019 featuring WILLIE NELSON/JOHN MELLENCAMP/NEIL YOUNG/DAVE MATTHEWS/BONNIE RAITT - Sep. 7 at 6:30pm, Sep. 26 at 4pm, Sep. 27 at 10:30am

The Big Interview with Dan Rather:

   The Big Interview Special Edition: KEITH URBAN – Sep. 7 at 11am

   BRIAN SETZER - Sep. 24 at 9am

   BUDDY GUY - Sep. 23 at 9am

   DOLLY PARTON Sep. 5 at 4:35pm

   The DOORS – Sep. 2 at 9am

   JOAN BAEZ - Sep. 21 at 9am

   JOHN MELLENCAMP - Sep. 10 at 9am

   KANSAS - Sep. 18 at 9am

   LYNYRD SKYNYRD - Sep. 17 at 9am

   OAK RIDGE BOYS - Sep. 11 at 9am

   RINGO STARR - Sep. 14 at 9am

   ROD STEWART - Sep. 15 at 9am

   SHANIA TWAIN – Sep. 4 at 9am

   STYX - Sep. 9 at 9am

   WILLIE NELSON - Sep. 7 at 9am, Sep. 26 at 6:30pm

BILLY IDOL In Super Overdrive Live - Sep. 13 at 2:50pm, Sep. 14 at 3:45am

BON JOVI, Lost Highway—The Concert – Sep. 13 at 10pm, Sep. 14 at 12:35am

The BRIT Awards 2018 - Sep. 23 at 5pm

CAT STEVENS: A Cat's Attic - Sep. 21 at 6:50pm

CHICAGO:

   Greatest Hits - Sep. 11 at 12noon

   The TERRY KATH Experience - Sep. 11 at 2pm

CHRIS ISAAK--Greatest Hits - Sep. 22 at 1:50am

DAVE MATTHEWS BAND Weekend on the Rocks September 9-12, 2005 - Sep. 9 at 6:55pm

 The Day the Rock Star Died:

   DAVID BOWIE - Sep. 9 at 8:30pm, Sep. 10 at 1:30am

   JIM MORRISON - Sep. 16 at 8:30pm & 11:40pm

   KEITH MOON – Sep. 2 at 8:30pm, Sep. 3 at 12:20am

   MICHAEL JACKSON - Sep. 12 at 5pm

   TOM PETTY - Sep. 23 at 8:30pm & 11:50pm

   WHITNEY HOUSTON - Sep. 19 at 7:25pm

The DOORS: Mr. Mojo Risin': The Story of L.A. Woman - Sep. 16 at 10pm, Sep. 17 at 1:10am, Sep. 19 at 10am

The EAGLES:

   Hell Freezes Over – Sep. 1 at 3pm, Sep. 6 at 11:35am, Sep. 18 at 6:10pm

   Farewell--Live from Melbourne Sep. 6 at 1:25pm

ERIC CLAPTON: The 1970s Review – Sep. 2 at 2pm, Sep. 9 at 10pm, Sep. 15 at 2pm

Farm Aid 2020 On the Road featuring WILLIE NELSON/NEIL YOUNG/JOHN MELLENCAMP/DAVE MATTHEWS/CHRIS STAPLETON/BONNIE RAITT - Sep. 26 at 8pm, Sep. 27 at 1am & 1pm

Festival Express - Sep. 16 at 2pm

Final 24:

   JIM MORRISON - Sep. 16 at 9pm, Sep. 17 at 12:10am, Sep. 19 at 12noon

   Keith Moon – Sep. 2 at 9pm, Sep. 3 at 12:50am, Sep. 5 at 12noon

GENESIS: Sum of the Parts - Sep. 12 at 10:45pm, Sep. 17 at 2pm

GEORGE JONES 50 Years of Hits – Sep. 7 at 4:20pm

JEWEL Live at the Rialto Theatre - Sep. 19 at 5:20pm, Sep. 20 at 10:30am

JOHN MELLENCAMP: It’s About You – Sep. 12 at 9pm, Sep. 21 at 2pm

KANSAS: Miracles Out of Nowhere - Sep. 12 at 10am, Sep. 22 at 2pm

LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM with Special Guest STEVIE NICKS - Sep. 6 at 10pm, Sep. 7 at 1:10am

Live from DARYL's House:

   ALOE BLACC – Sep. 11 at 11am

   CEELO GREEN – Sep. 14 at 11am

   CHRIS DAUGHTRY - Sep. 10 at 9pm, Sep. 11 at 1am, Sep. 15 at 11am

   ELLE KING – Sep. 3 at 10pm, Sep. 4 at 1am, Sep. 17 at 11am

   GAVIN DeGRAW - Sep. 21 at 11am

   GRACE POTTER – Sep. 1 at 11am, Sep. 22 at 11am

   JASON MRAZ – Sep. 2 at 11am, Sep. 23 at 11am, Sep. 24 at 10pm, Sep. 25 at 1am

   NEON TREES - Sep. 24 at 11am

   PATRICK STUMP – Sep. 3 at 11:30am, Sep. 24 at 11:30am

   ROB THOMAS – Sep. 4 at 11am, Sep. 25 at 11am

   SAMMY HAGAR - Sep. 8 at 11am

   TRAIN – Sep. 9 at 11am

MATCHBOX TWENTY - Sep. 19 at 3:45pm

NICKELBACK LIVE - Sep. 24 at 12noon

NORAH JONES - Sep. 17 at 12noon

PAUL McCARTNEY--Rockshow - Sep. 10 at 5pm

PETER FRAMPTON – Sep. 14 at 5pm

PINK FLOYD--Story of Wish You Were Here - Sep. 5 at 9pm, Sep. 6 at 12:35am, Sep. 23 at 10pm, Sep. 24 at 1:20am, Sep. 26 at 10am

Plain Spoken: JOHN MELLENCAMP - Sep. 12 at 7:20pm, Sep. 13 at 1:50am, Sep. 21 at 5pm

Presents PHIL COLLINS--Going Back - Sep. 13 at 12:45am & 3:30am

Produced by GEORGE MARTIN - Sep. 24 at 2pm

RASCAL FLATTS Back To Us Tour--Live at Red Rocks – Sep. 2 at 12noon, Sep. 7 at 1pm, Sep. 22 at 5pm

Rise of a Texas Bluesman: STEVIE RAY VAUGHAN 1954-1983 - Sep. 3 at 2pm, Sep. 25 at 2pm

ROB THOMAS: Live on the Rocks – Sep. 4 at 12noon, Sep. 25 at 12noon

Rock Legends:

   British Rhythm & Blues - Sep. 15 at 1:05pm

   Jazz Rock – Sep. 13 at 8am

   New Wave - Sep. 11 at 3:45pm

   Progressive Rock – Sep. 6 at 8:30pm & 11:40pm, Sep. 12 at 8am

   Psychedelic Rock - Sep. 13 at 8:30pm & 11:05pm, Sep. 18 at 3:10pm

   Singer Writes the Song – Sep. 9 at 1:05pm, Sep. 20 at 8am

   Soft Rock - Sep. 11 at 4:15pm

   AL GREEN - Sep. 16 at 1:05pm

   ALLMAN BROTHERS – Sep. 6 at 4:10am, Sep. 25 at 10:30am

   The BAND - Sep. 14 at 7:30pm

   BEE GEES - Sep. 5 at 3:05pm

   BLONDIE – Sep. 4 at 2:30am, Sep. 12 at 4pm

   BUDDY HOLLY - Sep. 18 at 1:05pm

   The BYRDS - Sep. 24 at 1:30pm

   CREAM – Sep. 2 at 7:30pm

   DAVID BOWIE – Sep. 3 at 10:30am, Sep. 5 at 6:15pm, Sep. 9 at 8pm, Sep. 10 at 1am, Sep. 26 at 11:20am

   The DOORS - Sep. 16 at 8pm & 11:10pm, Sep. 17 at 2:20am, Sep. 19 at 11:10am

   EARTH WIND & FIRE - Sep. 21 at 10:30am

   ELTON JOHN - Sep. 4 at 10:30am, Sep. 5 at 4:05pm, Sep. 17 at 7:30pm

   FOREIGNER - Sep. 7 at 4:30am, Sep. 14 at 1:05pm, Sep. 21 at 1:30pm

   GRATEFUL DEAD – Sep. 11 at 10:30am, Sep. 16 at 4pm

   JAMES TAYLOR - Sep. 9 at 4:30pm

   JANIS JOPLIN - Sep. 1 at 1:30pm

   JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - Sep. 15 at 10:30am

   JOHNNY CASH – Sep. 1 at 2:20am, Sep. 7 at 10:30am, Sep. 8 at 2:20am

   JONI MITCHELL - Sep. 17 at 10:30am & 1:05pm

   JOURNEY - Sep. 20 at 5:30pm

   MAMAS and PAPAS - Sep. 1 at 10:30am, Sep. 24 at 4:30pm

   The MONKEES - Sep. 2 at 10:30am, Sep. 24 at 4pm

   NEIL DIAMOND - Sep. 4 at 7:30pm, Sep. 8 at 10:30am

   NEIL YOUNG – Sep. 16 at 4:30pm, Sep. 26 at 7:30pm

   OTIS REDDING - Sep. 22 at 10:30am

   PAUL SIMON - Sep. 9 at 10:30am

   PETER GABRIEL - Sep. 17 at 4pm

   The POLICE – Sep. 4 at 4:30pm, Sep. 16 at 10:30am

   The PRETENDERS - Sep. 14 at 10:30am

   PRINCE - Sep. 11 at 2am, Sep. 25 at 2am

   SANTANA - Sep. 23 at 10:30am, Sep. 25 at 1:30pm

   TALKING HEADS - Sep. 22 at 1:30pm, Sep. 24 at 10:30am

   TINA TURNER - Sep. 18 at 2am

   TOM PETTY – Sep. 10 at 10:30am, Sep. 23 at 8pm & 11:20pm

   The WHO – Sep. 2 at 8pm & 11:50pm

   ZZ TOP - Sep. 27 at 8:30pm, Sep. 28 at 12:30am

Sensation: The Story of The WHO’s Tommy – Sep. 2 at 10pm, Sep. 5 at 10pm

SHANIA TWAIN—Still the One – Sep. 7 at 2:35pm, Sep. 20 at 2:20pm

SHERYL CROW - Sep. 19 at 7:55pm

SHERYL CROW Live at the Capitol Theatre – Sep. 20 at 12:35pm, Sep. 21 at 2:10am

The Song--Recorded Live @ TGL Farms:

   Best of The Song - Sep. 10 at 8pm & 11pm, Sep. 13 at 7:30pm, Sep. 20 at 7:30pm

   BIG & RICH - Sep. 7 at 12:30pm

   CEELO GREEN - Sep. 24 at 8:30pm & 11:30pm, Sep. 27 at 7:30pm

   GRETCHEN WILSON – Sep. 3 at 8:30pm & 11:30pm, Sep. 6 at 7:30pm

STEVIE NICKS – Sep. 6 at 4:55pm, Sep. 7 at 2am, Sep. 22 at 12noon

SummerStage Jubilee featuring STING/NORAH JONES/LESLIE ODOM Jr. - Sep. 17 at 8pm & 11pm

TOM JONES – Sep. 4 at 6pm

The Top Ten Revealed:

   60s Folk Songs – Sep. 3 at 10am

   80s Rock Ballads – Sep. 12 at 5:30pm

   British Invasion Bands - Sep. 10 at 10am, Sep. 11 at 4am

   Colorful Songs - Sep. 11 at 10am

   Country Karaoke Songs – Sep. 1 at 10am, Sep. 3 at 4am, Sep. 7 at 10am

   Country Outlaws - Sep. 21 at 10am, Sep. 22 at 4am

   Double Studio Albums – Sep. 2 at 10am, Sep. 4 at 4am

   Drug Songs – Sep. 4 at 10am, Sep. 8 at 4am

   Epic Songs of '70 - Sep. 14 at 10am, Sep. 15 at 4am

   Epic Songs of '72 - Sep. 3 at 4am

   Epic Songs of ’74 – Sep. 6 at 8pm & 11:10pm, Sep. 25 at 10am

   Epic Songs of '75 - Sep. 9 at 10am, Sep. 10 at 4am

   Epic Songs of '85 - Sep. 12 at 6pm, Sep. 17 at 10am, Sep. 18 at 4am

   Epic Songs of '92 - Sep. 20 at 8pm & 11:05pm

   Live Albums - Sep. 15 at 10am, Sep. 16 at 4am

   MORE One Hit Wonders - Sep. 18 at 10am

   Rockin' Christmas Songs - Sep. 23 at 10am, Sep. 24 at 4am

   Rockin' Ghoulish Songs - Sep. 16 at 10am, Sep. 17 at 4am

   Rockin' Rock Titles - Sep. 24 at 10am, Sep. 25 at 4am

   Songs of America - Sep. 22 at 10am, Sep. 23 at 4am

   Songs Stuck at #2 - Sep. 27 at 8pm, Sep. 28 at 12midnight

   Songs That Remind You of the Movie - Sep. 1 at 4am

   Summertime Classics - Sep. 8 at 10am, Sep. 9 at 4am

   Vietnam Era Songs – Sep. 5 at 5:35pm

TRAIN - Sep. 9 at 12noon, Sep. 23 at 12noon

US Festival:

   Day 1: New Wave Day – Sep. 18 at 4pm

   Day 3: Rock Day – Sep. 8 at 4pm

The WALLFLOWERS - Sep. 21 at 12noon

A Year in Music:

   1980 - Sep. 6 at 9:30pm, Sep. 7 at 12:40am

   1984 - Sep. 13 at 9:30pm, Sep. 14 at 12:05am

   1991 - Sep. 27 at 9:30pm, Sep. 28 at 1:30am

   1994 - Sep. 20 at 9:30pm, Sep. 21 at 12:35am

YES:

    35th Anniversary Concert – Sep. 5 at 6:45pm

    35th Anniversary Concert Part Two Sep. 5 at 7:50pm 

BET:

School Daze (1988) featuring PHYLLIS HYMAN/JASMINE GUY/KEITH JOHN (with commercial interruption) - Sep. 3 at 5:30pm, Sep. 20 at 11am & 7:30pm, Sep. 29 at 6pm, Sep. 30 at 2pm

Selena (1997) (with commercial interruption) - Sep. 28 at 3pm 

CINEMAX:

EPIX:

De-Lovely (2004) featuring SHERYL CROW/ELVIS COSTELLO/ALANIS MORISSETTE/ROBBIE WILLIAMS/LAMAR/VIVIAN GREEN/DIANA KRALL/NATALIE COLE on EPIX2 Sep. 2 at 3:55am; on EPIX Sep. 8 at 5:55am; on EPIXDrive-In Sep. 10 at 11:40pm, Sep. 30 at 8pm, Oct. 1 at 9:45am

Man of La Mancha (1972) on EPIX2 Sep. 1 at 8:35am, Sep. 26 at 6:20am; on EPIXDrive-In Sep. 18 at 7:15am, Sep. 23 at 3:30pm; on EPIX Sep. 21 at 4:40am

Rocketman (2019) on EPIX2 Sep. 4 at 8pm

The U.S. vs. John Lennon (2006) on EPIXDriveIn Sep. 3 at 9am

West Side Story (1961) starring RITA MORENO (partial vocal dubs by BETTY WAND on "I Have a Love"/vocal dubs by JIM BRYANT for Richard Beymer/MARNI NIXON for Natalie Wood; TUCKER SMITH for Russ Tamblyn for "Jet Song" on EPIX2 Sep. 4 at 3:35pm, Sep. 27 at 8:40am; on EPIX Sep. 13 at 3am, Sep. 29 at 2:10pm; on EPIXDrive-In Sep. 18 at 3:40pm

ELVIS PRESLEY in Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962) on EPIXDriveIn Sep. 8 at 6:05am

NATHAN LANE/CHRISTINE BARANSKI in The Birdcage (1996) on EPIX Sep. 1 at 6pm, Sep. 24 at 6pm; on EPIXDriveIn Sep. 13 at 1:15am & 9:25am, Sep. 18 at 9:50pm, Sep. 19 at 11:50am; on EPIX2 Sep. 20 at 2:05pm, Sep. 26 at 10:35pm

HBO:

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) with recordings by QUEEN on HBO2 Sep. 4 at 8:45am, Sep. 14 at 11pm, Sep. 28 at 4:45pm

Get On Up (2014) on HBO2 Sep. 9 at 10:35am, Sep. 28 at 10:55pm; HBOFamily Sep. 18 at 12:05am; on HBOSignature Oct. 1 at 6am

La La Land (2016) on HBOSignature Sep. 3 at 6:10am, Sep. 22 at 10:35pm; on HBOZone Sep. 2 at 1:30am, Sep. 9 at 10pm, Sep. 20 at 9:45am, Sep. 24 at 8:25am; on HBO Sep. 7 at 5:35am, Sep. 16 at 11am; on HBOP Sep. 7 at 8:35am, Sep. 16 at 2pm

Little Shop of Horrors (1986) with vocal dubs by LEVI STUBBS for the plant on HBOFamily Sep. 19 at 12:55am, Sep. 25 at 1:50am

Love Actually (2003) on HBO2 Sep. 1 at 2:40am; on HBOSignature Sep. 3 at 8:20am

Moulin Rouge (2001) on HBOZone Sep. 5 at 2:25pm, Sep. 8 at 7:50pm, Sep. 15 at 12midnight, Sep. 27 at 2:50am, Sep. 29 at 10pm; on HBO2 Sep. 22 at 8:40am

That Thing You Do (1996) on HBOSignature Sep. 20 at 7:40am

Walk the Line (2005) on HBOZone Sep. 1 at 8:40am, Sep. 6 at 12:35am, Sep. 10 at 1:20pm, Sep. 13 at 9:30am, Sep. 21 at 10pm, Sep. 26 at 5:55pm; on HBO2 Sep. 4 at 12:05am, Sep. 19 at 7:50pm, Sep. 24 at 2am, Sep. 29 at 11am; on HBOSignature Oct. 1 at 8:20am

ANDRÉ BENJAMIN in Idlewild (2006) on HBO Sep. 3 at 3:10am; on HBOP Sep. 3 at 6:10am; on HBOSignature Sep. 7 at 10:50pm, Sep. 19 at 12noon

BRADLEY COOPER/LADY GAGA in A Star Is Born (2018) on HBO2 Sep. 7 at 1pm

JAMIE FOXX in Ray (2004) with recordings by RAY CHARLES on HBOZone Sep. 2 at 3:40am, Sep. 5 at 10pm, Sep. 13 at 10pm, Sep. 21 at 6am; on HBO2 Sep. 8 at 8am, Sep. 19 at 10:45pm, Sep. 24 at 7:15am, Sep. 27 at 12:15pm; on HBO Oct. 2 at 11:15am; on HBOP Oct. 2 at 2:15pm

MARIAH CAREY/ERIC BENET in Glitter (2001) on HBOZone Sep. 6 at 6:55am, Sep. 22 at 8:15pm, Sep. 25 at 6am; on HBO2 Sep. 28 at 4:10am

MERYL STREEP/LINDSAY LOHAN in A Prairie Home Companion (2006) on HBOZone Sep. 3 at 8:10pm, Sep. 22 at 8:05am, Sep. 25 at 9:30am; on HBOSignature Sep. 7 at 6am

MTV Classic (formerly VH1 Classic):

90s Nation - Sep. 2 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 3 from 9pm-1am, Sep. 4 from 1pm-5pm, Sep. 5 from 6pm-12midnight, Sep. 7 from 2am-6am, Sep. 14 from 2am-6am & 5pm-9pm, Sep. 16 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 18 from 1pm-5pm, Sep. 19 from 6pm-12midnight, Sep. 21 from 2am-6am, Sep. 23 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 24 from 9pm-1am, Sep. 25 from 1pm-5pm, Sep. 26 from 6pm-12midnight, Sep. 28 from 2am-6am

Classic Videos - Sep. 1 from 1am-8am, Sep. 2 from 1am-8am, Sep. 3 from 1am-8am, Sep. 4 from 1am-8am, Sep. 5 from 1am-8am, Sep. 6 from 6am-8am, Sep. 7 from 6am-8am, Sep. 8 from 6am-8am, Sep. 9 from 6am-8am, Sep. 10 from 6am-8am, Sep. 13 from 6am-8am, Sep. 14 from 6am-8am, Sep. 15 from 1am-8am, Sep. 16 from 1am-8am, Sep. 18 from 1am-8am, Sep. 19 from 1am-8am, Sep. 20 from 6am-8am, Sep. 21 from 6am-8am, Sep. 22 from 1am-6am, Sep. 23 from 1am-8am, Sep. 24 from 1am-8am, Sep. 25 from 1am-8am, Sep. 26 from 1am-8am, Sep. 27 from 6am-8am, Sep. 28 from 6am-8am, Sep. 29 from 6am-8am, Sep. 30 from 6am-8am, Oct. 2 from 6am-8am

I Want My 80s - Sep. 1 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 2 from 9pm-1am, Sep. 4 from 5pm-9pm, Sep. 6 from 12midnight-6am & 8am-1pm, Sep. 13 from 12midnight-6am & 8am-1pm, Sep. 14 from 1pm-5pm, Sep. 15 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 16 from 9pm-1am, Sep. 18 from 5pm-9pm, Sep. 20 from 12midnight-6am & 8am-1pm, Sep. 22 from 8am-1pm, Sep. 23 from 9pm-1am, Sep. 25 from 5pm-9pm, Sep. 27 from 12midnight-6am & 8am-1pm, Oct. 1 from 6am-8am

MTV Classic - Sep. 7 from 8am-Sep. 8 at 6am & 8am-Sep. 9 at 6am & 8am-Sep. 10 at 6am & 8am-10pm, Sep. 21 from 8am-12midnight, Sep. 28 from 8am-6am, Sep. 29 from 8am-6am, Sep. 30 from 8am-Oct. 1 at 6am, Oct. 1 from 8am-Oct. 2 at 6am & 8am-Oct. 3 at 6am

MTV LIVE:

Later... with Jools Holland:

   BARRY GIBB/NORAH JONES – Sep. 3 at 10pm, Sep. 14 at 4pm, Sep. 21 at 4pm, Sep. 24 at 10pm, Sep. 28 at 5pm

   JOSÉ FELICIANO - Sep. 28 at 11pm

   KINGS OF LEON/STING – Sep. 3 at 8pm, Sep. 14 at 2pm, Sep. 21 at 2pm, Sep. 24 at 8pm, Sep. 28 at 3pm

   The PRETENDERS - Sep. 28 at 9pm

MTV World Stage:

   GREEN DAY – Sep. 15 at 5pm, Sep. 25 at 10pm, Sep. 29 at 9pm

   TRAIN – Sep. 2 at 10pm, Sep. 21 at 8pm, Sep. 29 at 2pm

Nine Days and Nights of ED SHEERAN: Deluxe Edition – Sep. 3 at 4pm, Sep. 16 at 4:30pm, Sep. 24 at 4pm, Sep. 30 at 4:30pm

Storytellers:

   BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Sep. 14 at 8pm, Sep. 23 at 8pm

Unplugged:

   SHAWN MENDES – Sep. 1 at 9pm

OVATION:

Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway - Sep. 15 at 6am

JOHNNY CASH: Music in Review - Sep. 18 at 12noon

Song By Song:

   BLONDIE:

      "One Way or Another" Sep. 1 at 5:30am

      "Heart of Glass" - Sep. 3 at 5:30am

      "Call Me" - Sep. 4 at 5:30am

PBS (Check local listings):

50 Years of PETER PAUL & MARY on WMPB Sep. 5 at 7pm

ABBA Forever--A Celebration on WETA Sep. 3 at 8pm

American Masters: RAUL JULIA: The World's a Stage on WHUT Sep. 18 at 8pm, Sep. 19 at 12midnight, Sep. 20 at 11:30am

ARETHA FRANKLIN Remembered (My Music) on WHUT Sep. 9 at 8pm, Sep. 13 at 9pm, Sep. 14 at 12:30am

Austin City Limits:

   BILLIE EILISH on WMPB Sep. 27 at 5am; on WHUT Sep. 27 at 8pm, Sep. 28 at 12midnight; on WETA Sep. 28 at 12midnight & 5am

   BUDDY GUY on WMPB Sep. 20 at 8pm, Sep. 21 at 12midnight; on WETA Sep. 21 at 12midnight & 5am

The BEE GEES One for All Tour--Live in Australia on WHUT Sep. 5 at 4:30pm, Sep. 6 at 2am

Best of the Buddy Rich Show featuring RAY CHARLES/MEL TORME on WHUT Sep. 6 at 6:30pm, Sep. 8 at 3:30am

Bluegrass Underground: MANDY BARNETT on WHUT Sep. 27 at 9:30pm, Sep. 28 at 1:30am

CAROL BURNETT: A Celebration on WMPB Sep. 1 at 2:30am

The Carol Burnett Show on WMPB Sep. 1 at 4am, Sep. 2 at 4am, Sep. 3 at 4am, Sep. 4 at 4am, Sep. 5 at 4am, Sep. 6 at 7:30pm, Sep. 20 at 7pm

CHUCK BERRY: Brown-Eyed Handsome Man on WHUT Sep. 5 at 6:30pm, Sep. 7 at 9:30pm, Sep. 8 at 2am

Count Basie--Through His Own Eyes on WHUT Sep. 2 at 2am, Sep. 3 at 12midnight, Sep. 5 at 1:30am & 11am, Sep. 7 at 12:30am

Doo Wop to Pop Rock: My Music Celebrates 20 Years on WHUT Sep. 8 at 8pm, Sep. 13 at 2pm

Fever: The Music of Miss PEGGY LEE on WHUT Sep. 1 at 2pm, Sep. 4 at 12midnight, Sep. 13 at 3:30am

Great Performances at the Met: DONIZZETTI: Maria Stuarda on WETA Sep. 13 at 2pm

Iconic Women of Country on WHUT Sep. 2 at 9:30pm, Sep. 6 at 10:30am

International Jazz Day From Cuba on WHUT Sep. 19 at 8pm, Sep. 20 at 12midnight, Sep. 27 at 10pm, Sep. 28 at 2am

International Jazz Day from St. Petersburg featuring The MANHATTAN TRANSFER on WHUT Sep. 15 at 1am

INXS:Live Baby Live on WHUT Sep. 3 at 3am

JOHN DENVER: Country Boy on WMPB Sep. 13 at 9:30am

The Kate: Marc Cohn with BLIND BOYS of ALABAMA on WHUT Sep. 20 at 10pm, Sep. 21 at 2am, Sep. 26 at 8pm, Sep. 27 at 12midnight

LINDA RONSTADT: Live in Hollywood on WHUT Sep. 3 at 9:30pm, Sep. 4 at 1:30am, Sep. 5 at 10:30pm

LIONEL RICHIE at Glastonbury on WHUT - Sep. 4 at 9:30pm, Sep. 6 at 8pm, Sep. 9 at 12midnight & 8:30am

MARIAN ANDERSON: Once in a Hundred Years on WMPB Sep. 6 at 6pm

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert with the Cleveland Orchestra on WHUT Sep. 21 at 8pm, Sep. 22 at 12midnight

PATRICK ELLIS Beyond the Mic--A Celebration of Life and Legacy on WHUT Sep. 30 at 8pm, Oct. 1 at 12midnight

Postcards from the Edge (1990) starring MERYL STREEP/SHIRLEY MacLAINE on WETA Sep. 13 at 12noon

Red White and Rock (My Music) on WETA Sep. 1 at 9pm, Sep. 4 at 3:30am

Rise Up: Songs of the Women's Movement on WHUT Sep. 3 at 1:30am

Soundbreaking:

   The Recording Artist on WETA Sep. 7 at 3pm

   Painting With Sound on WETA Sep. 8 at 4am & 3pm, Sep. 9 at 4am

   The Human Instrument on WETA Sep. 9 at 3pm, Sep. 10 at 4am

   Going Electric on WETA Sep. 10 at 3pm

   Sound and Vision on WETA Sep. 14 at 3pm, Sep. 16 at 4am

   The World Is Yours on WETA Sep. 15 at 4:30am

   The Way We Listen on WETA Sep. 15 at 3pm

Soul Legends on WHUT Sep. 13 at 12midnight & 6:30pm; on WMPB Sep. 3 at 10pm

REELZ:

AMY WINEHOUSE: The Last 24 Hours - Oct. 1 at 8am

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of ...

   DAVID CASSIDY - Sep. 13 at 8pm, Sep. 14 at 12midnight

   DESI ARNAZ - Sep. 13 at 1am, Sep. 15 at 10pm, Sep. 16 at 2am

   ELVIS PRESLEY Re-Examined - Sep. 29 at 9pm, Sep. 30 at 12midnight

   FLORENCE HENDERSON Sep. 13 at 6pm & 10pm

   JANIS JOPLIN - Sep. 19 at 6pm

   JIM MORRISON - Sep. 19 at 5pm

   JIMI HENDRIX - Sep. 19 at 7pm & 10pm

   LUTHER VANDROSS - Sep. 19 at 3pm

   PRINCE - Oct. 2 at 8pm & 11pm

   RICK JAMES - Sep. 19 at 4pm

   TLC: Broke & Famous Sep. 14 at 8am, Sep. 19 at 7am

   TONI BRAXTON: Broke & Famous - Sep. 19 at 8am

The BEACH BOYS: Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 1pm

The BEATLES:

   Scandal and Legacy - Sep. 20 at 9am

   Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 12noon

The EAGLES: Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 5pm

ELVIS PRESLEY:

   Behind Closed Doors - Sep. 29 at 7pm & 10pm

   Case Closed - Sep. 22 at 7pm & 11pm

   Final Reveal - Sep. 29 at 6pm, Sep. 30 at 2am

   Summer of '56 - Sep. 30 at 1am

JANIS JOPLIN: It Happened Here - Sep. 29 at 8am

JIM MORRISON's Legacy - Sep. 20 at 6am

JIMI HENDRIX:

   A Perfect Murder? - Sep. 19 at 8pm & 11pm

   The Last 24 Hours - Sep. 20 at 1am

JIMI HENDRIX's Legacy - Sep. 20 at 7am

JOHN LENNON: It Happened Here - Sep. 29 at 6am

JOURNEY: Breaking the Band - Sep. 27 at 7pm & 10pm

KURT COBAIN: It Happened Here - Sep. 29 at 7am

The MAMAS & The PAPAS - Sep. 20 at 4pm

MICHAEL JACKSON: The Last 24 Hours - Oct. 1 at 6am

The MICHAEL JACKSON Story - Oct. 2 at 6pm

The POLICE: Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 6pm

PRINCE:

   The Last 24 Hours - Oct. 1 at 7am

   When Doves Cry - Oct. 2 at 9pm

SIMON & GARFUNKEL: Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 2pm

SONNY & CHER: Breaking the Band - Sep. 20 at 3pm

Under the Influence:

   GEORGE MICHAEL and PRINCE - Sep. 3 at 6am

   LAURYN HILL and AMY WINEHOUSE - Sep. 3 at 7am

VAN HALEN: Breaking the Band - Sep. 27 at 9pm, Sep. 28 at 12midnight

SHOWTIME:

Hitsville: The Making of Motown (2019) on SHOBET Sep. 2 at 6am, Sep. 5 at 11:30am, Sep. 15 at 5:15am, Sep. 16 at 1:30pm, Sep. 18 at 6:30am, Sep. 22 at 10:30am, Sep. 26 at 11:30pm; on SHOWTIME Sep. 10 at 10am; on SHO2 Sep. 18 at 4am

Moonstruck (1987) with vocal dubs by RENATA TEBALDI/CARLO BERGONZI on SHOWTIME Oct. 2 at 8:15am

AMY  (2015) on SHOWCase Sep. 2 at 8:05am, Sep. 15 at 4:50pm, Sep. 24 at 3:45pm; on SHO2 Sep. 1 at 12noon, Sep. 4 at 12:40pm, Sep. 10 at 11:55am, Sep. 24 at 3:50am; on SHOWTIME Sep. 29 at 8:45am

The GO-GOs (2020) on SHO2 Sep. 7 at 1am, Sep. 9 at 10am, Sep. 14 at 8:15pm, Sep. 22 at 9:20am, Sep. 25 at 5:45pm; on SHOWTIME Sep. 4 at 8:15am, Sep. 10 at 8:15am, Sep. 20 at 7:15am, Sep. 29 at 11am; on SHOWCase Sep. 2 at 5:20pm, Sep. 16 at 5:40am

MARLEY (2012) on SHOBET Sep. 2 at 5:05pm, Sep. 5 at 10:40pm, Sep. 10 at 3pm, Sep. 20 at 9pm, Sep. 23 at 6:30pm; on SHO2 Sep. 3 at 12:30pm, Sep. 14 at 5:45pm; on SHOWTIME Sep. 18 at 4:35am; on SHOWXtreme Sep. 18 at 4:35pm

PETER FRAMPTON/The BEE GEES/AEROSMITH/BILLY PRESTON/SANDY FARINA/DIANNE STEINBERG/EARTH WIND & FIRE in Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978) on SHOWCase Sep. 26 at 4:30am

TEDDY PENDERGRASS: If You Don't Me on SHOBET Sep. 2 at 4:05am, Sep. 3 at 8:30am, Sep. 9 at 6:35am, Sep. 26 at 3:30am

WHITNEY: Can I Be Me? (2017) on SHOBET Sep. 1 at 7am, Sep. 16 at 2:30am, Sep. 21 at 6:45am, Oct. 1 at 8:30am

STARZ:

Sparkle (2012) - Oct. 2 at 4:33am

STARZ/ENCORE:

Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes (2018) on STZENBK Sep. 1 at 6:31pm, Sep. 6 at 8:34am, Sep. 28 at 10:46pm

Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) featuring JOE MORTON/ARETHA FRANKLIN/JAMES BROWN/B.B. KING/SAM MOORE/WILSON PICKETT/ERYKAH BADU/ISAAC HAYES/LOU RAWLS/BILLY PRESTON/ERIC CLAPTON on STZENBK Sep. 13 at 2:52am, Sep. 18 at 3:37am

The Five Heartbeats (1991) with vocal dubs by The DELLS on STZENBK Sep. 9 at 1:57am, Sep. 18 at 5:42am & 4:07pm

Paint Your Wagon (1969) on STZEWSS Sep. 5 at 5:24am & 7:51pm, Sep. 15 at 8:02am & 10:03pm, Sep. 24 at 3:49am, 11:24am & 10:59pm

Rent (2005) on STZENBK Sep. 5 at 3:51pm, Sep. 9 at 10:14am; on STZENC Oct. 2 at 8:05am

Sparkle (2012) on STZENBK Sep. 4 at 12:31am, 10:33am & 9:11pm, Sep. 9 at 6:23am & 2:38pm, Sep. 13 at 12:52am, 12:32pm & 8pm, Sep. 26 at 10pm, Sep. 27 at 5:40am & 3:49pm, Sep. 30 at 12:31pm & 11:02pm

MADELINE KAHN in Young Frankenstein (1974) on STZENC Sep. 12 at 10:57pm, Sep. 13 at 11:58am, Sep. 24 at 1:39am & 10:05am

TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES (TCM):

Black Orpheus (1959) - Sep. 28 at 2am

Buena Vista Social Club (1998) - Sep. 7 at 12:15pm

Call of the Flesh (1930) - Sep. 2 at 1pm

​Carmen Jones (1954) featuring PEARL BAILEY/BROCK PETERS with vocal dubs by MARILYN HORNE for Dorothy Dandridge/LaVERNE HUTCHERSON for Harry Belafonte/BERNICE PETERSON for Diahann Carroll/MARVIN HAYES for Joe Adams/JOE CRAWFORD for Nick Stewart/BROCK PETERS for Roy Glenn - Sep. 13 at 8pm

Dangerous When Wet (1953) - Sep. 20 at 4:15pm

Fade To Black (2004) - Sep. 7 at 1:45am

Fiesta (1947) - Sep. 2 at 2:45pm

Latin Lovers (1953) with vocal dubs by CARLOS RAMIREZ for Ricardo Montalban - Sep. 2 at 6pm

Pan-Americana (1945) - Sep. 2 at 4:30pm

Private Screenings: LIZA MINNELLI (2010) - Sep. 29 at 5am

Fashions of 1934 (1934) - Sep. 14 at 12noon

Gilda (1946) with vocal dubs by ANITA ELLIS for Rita Hayworth - Sep. 20 at 12midnight & 10am

MGM Parade Show #4 (1955) - Sep. 5 at 5:30am, Sep. 22 at 6am, Sep. 27 at 5:15am

On An Island With You (1948) with vocal dubs by LEO ROJO for Ricardo Montalban - Sep. 6 at 6am

Playing Around (1930) with vocal dubs by BELLE MANN for Alice White - Sep. 14 at 6am

Say Amen, Somebody-The Good News Musical (1982) - Sep. 7 at 5:30am

Show Girl in Hollywood (1930) with vocal dubs by BELLE MANN for Alice White - Sep. 11 at 11:30am

She's Working Her Way Through College (1952) with vocal dubs by BONNIE LOU WILLIAMS for Virginia Mayo - Sep. 9 at 1am

The Song Remains The Same (1976) - Sep. 6 at 8pm

Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove (1934) - Sep. 14 at 8pm

Talent Scout (1937) - Sep. 11 at 2:15pm

ABBA: The Movie (1977) - Sep. 5 at 3:30am

The BEATLES/The ANIMALS in Go Go Mania (1965) - Sep. 8 at 3:15am

BETTE MIDLER in Divine Madness (1980) - Sep. 5 at 1:45am

BETTY GRABLE in Over the Counter (1932) - Sep. 2 at 6:57am 

​BING CROSBY in ​A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949) - Sep. 16 at 8pm

BING CROSBY/RISE STEVENS in Going My Way (1944) - Sep. 20 at 12:15pm

BOB DYLAN/JOAN BAEZ in Don't Look Back (1967) - Sep. 7 at 2:15pm

DEAN MARTIN/SAMMY DAVIS Jr. in Ocean's 11 (1960) - Sep. 8 at 3:45pm

DOROTHY DANDRIDGE/The NICHOLAS BROTHERS in Sun Valley Serenade (1941) - Sep. 13 at 11:30pm

ELVIS PRESLEY:

   That's the Way It Is (1970) - Sep. 5 at 12midnight

   This Is Elvis (1981) - Sep. 6 at 4am

   Jailhouse Rock (1957) - Sep. 30 at 4:15pm

​FRANK SINATRA/VIVIAN BLAINE/STUBBY KAYE in Guys and Dolls (1955) - Sep. 19 at 8pm

FRED ASTAIRE in Yolanda and the Thief (1945) with vocal dubs by TRUDY ERWIN for Lucille Bremer - Sep. 2 at 11am

FRED ASTAIRE/JANE POWELL in Royal Wedding (1951) - Sep. 20 at 2:30pm

JEANETTE MacDONALD/NELSON EDDY in Bitter Sweet (1940) - Sep. 22 at 9:45am

JIMI HENDRIX:

   A Film Called Jimi Hendrix (1973) - Sep. 6 at 10:30pm

   Jimi Plays Monterey (1986) - Sep. 7 at 12:15am

JOAN BAEZ in Festival (1967) - Sep. 7 at 6pm

JOHN LENNON/PAUL McCARTNEY/GEORGE HARRISON/RINGO STARR in A Hard Day's Night (1964) - Sep. 8 at 1:30am

​JUDY GARLAND:

   Girl Crazy (1943) - Sep. 23 at 2pm

   Strike Up the Band (1940) - Sep. 24 at 2:15am

JUDY GARLAND/GLORIA DE HAVEN in Summer Stock (1950) - Sep. 13 at 8am

LIZA MINNELLI/JOEL GREY in Cabaret (1972) - Sep. 3 at 1am

​The MAMAS and PAPAS/JANIS JOPLIN/OTIS REDDING/JIMI HENDRIX/The WHO in Monterey Pop (1969) - Sep. 7 at 8pm

MARILYN MONROE in Some Like It Hot (1959) - Sep. 4 at 9:30am

NEIL YOUNG: Heart of Gold (2006) - Sep. 7 at 4pm

OTIS REDDING in Shake!: Otis at Monterey (1987) - Sep. 7 at 1:15am

​The ROLLING STONES/LISA FISCHER/BERNARD FOWLER in Shine a Light (2008) - Sep. 5 at 10pm

SAMMY DAVIS Jr./SHIRLEY MacLAINE/CHITA RIVERA/PAULA KELLY in Sweet Charity (1969) - Sep. 2 at 8pm

The SHIRELLES/LITTLE RICHARD/CHUCK BERRY/CHUBBY CHECKER/FATS DOMINO in Let the Good Times Roll (1973) - Sep. 4 at 10:15pm

TONY MARTIN in Easy To Love (1953) with vocal dubs by BETTY WAND for Esther Williams - Sep. 6 at 8am

​The WHO in The Kids Are Alright (1979) - Sep. 5 at 8pm

THE MOVIE CHANNEL (TMC):

Chicago (2002) starring CATHERINE ZETA-JONES/QUEEN LATIFAH/RICHARD GERE on TMC Sep. 4 at 8am, Sep. 10 at 5pm, Oct. 2 at 4pmon TMCX Sep. 5 at 11:30pm, Sep. 13 at 10:30am, Sep. 14 at 5:30am, Sep. 22 at 6pm, Oct. 1 at 9am, Oct. 2 at 4am

PAVAROTTI (2019) on TMC Sep. 2 at 4pm, Sep. 3 at 4:05am, Sep. 6 at 6:35am, Sep. 14 at 1pm, Sep. 19 at 8am, Sep. 20 at 5am; on TMCX Sep. 18 at 9am, Sep. 19 at 5am, Sep. 21 at 12:30pm, Sep. 30 at 8am

TVOne:

Uncensored:

   TYRESE Sep. 13 at 10pm & 11pm, Sep. 16 at 10pm, Sep. 19 at 11am, Sep. 20 at 9pm

Unsung:

   CHANTE MOORE - Sep. 6 at 4pm

   CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS - Sep. 6 at 1pm

   The CLARK SISTERS - Sep. 2 at 8pm

   DEBORAH COX - Sep. 6 at 12noon

   JON B. - Sep. 16 at 8pm

   KENNY LATTIMORE - Sep. 6 at 5pm

   SHIRLEY MURDOCK - Sep. 2 at 9pm

   SWV - Sep. 6 at 6pm

VH1:

CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story - Aug. 29 at 1pm, Sep. 1 at 2:30pm, Sep. 23 at 1:40pm

JOHN TRAVOLTA/OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN in Grease (1978) (with commercial interruption) - Oct. 2 at 12noon & 7pm 

The Temptations Sep. 21 at 1pm

Pre-COVID-19 Shutdown List… 

CONCERT TOURS:

Dates below retrieved from POLLSTAR.COM and individual artist sites...

AARON NEVILLE:

Mar. 13 – Pasadena CA – The Rose

Mar. 14 – Agoura Hills CA – The Canyon

Mar. 15 – San Juan Capistrano CA – The Coach House Concert Hall

 

ALANIS MORISSETTE:

Mar. 4 – London, UK – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

 

AMY GRANT:

Mar. 6 – Salina KS – The Stiefel Theatre for Performing Arts

Mar. 12 – Bowling Green KY – Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center

Mar. 13 – Knoxville TN – Tennessee Theatre

Mar. 14 – Durham NC – Carolina Theatre

Mar. 19 – Denver CO – Paramount Theatre

Mar. 24 – Anaheim CA – City National Grove of Anaheim

Mar. 27 – Chandler AZ – Chandler Center for the Arts

Mar. 29 – Beverly Hills CA – Saban Theatre

Mar. 31 – Santa Rosa CA – Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

 

ANTHONY HAMILTON:

Mar. 21 – San Francisco CA – Chase Center

 

ART GARFUNKEL:

Mar. 12 – Coral Springs FL – Coral Springs Center for the Arts

Mar. 14 – Clearwater FL – Capitol Theatre

 

AVERAGE WHITE BAND:

Mar. 21 – Upper Darby PA – Tower Theater

 

BERNADETTE PETERS:

Mar. 7 – Chandler AZ – Chandler Center for the Arts

 

BETTY BUCKLEY:

Mar. 10-14, 17-21 – New York NY – Café Carlyle

 

BILLY JOEL:

Mar. 6 – Mexico City, MEXICO – Foro Sol

Mar. 19 – New York NY – Madison Square Garden

 

BONNIE RAITT:

Mar. 21 – Modesto CA – Mary Stuart Rogers Theatre

 

BOZ SCAGGS:

Mar. 6 – Lake Charles LA – Golden Nugget

 

BRETT ELDREDGE:

Mar. 6 – Scottsdale AZ – Talking Stick Resort The Pool

Mar. 25 – Johnstown PA – 1st Summit Arena @ Cambria Co. War Memorial

 

BRIAN McKNIGHT:

Mar. 19 – Detroit MI – MotorCity Casino Hotel

Mar. 20 – Columbus OH – Hollywood Casino Columbus

Mar. 21 – San Francisco CA – Chase Center

Mar. 28 – Chicago IL – Wintrust Arena

Mar. 29 – Birmingham AL – Legacy Arena at the BJCC

 

BRUCE HORNSBY:

Mar. 20 – Decatur AL – Princess Theatre

Mar. 23 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse

Mar. 25 – Ponte Vedra Beach FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

Mar. 26 – Orlando FL – Plaza Live Orlando

Mar. 28 – Clearwater FL – Capitol Theatre

Mar. 29 – Sarasota FL – Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

 

BRUNO MARS:

Mar. 6-7 – Las Vegas NV – Park Theater at Park MGM Las Vegas

 

BRYAN ADAMS:

Mar. 10 – Oslo, NORWAY – Oslo Spektrum Arena

Mar. 11 – Stavanger, NORWAY – DNB Arena

Mar. 14 – Stockholm, SWEDEN – Ericsson Globe

Mar. 17 – Frederiksberg, DENMARK – Forum Copenhagen

Mar. 18 – Horsens, DENMARK – CASA Arena Horsens

 

BUDDY GUY:

Mar. 5 – Redding CA – Cascade Theatre

Mar. 6 – Oakland CA – Paramount Theatre

Mar. 7 – Santa Barbara CA – Arlington Theatre

Mar. 8 – Beverly Hills CA – Saban Theatre

Mar. 10 – Solana Beach CA – Belly Up

Mar. 11 – Montclair CA – The Canyon Montclair

Mar. 12 – San Juan Capistrano CA – The Coach House Concert Hall

Mar. 13 – Chandler AZ – Chandler Center for the Arts

Mar. 20 – Houston TX – House of Blues

Mar. 21 – Dallas TX – House of Blues

Mar. 22 – Austin TX – Austin City Limits Live

Mar. 24-25 – Mobile AL – Saenger Theatre

Mar. 26 – Clearwater FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall

Mar. 27 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Broward Center for the Performing Arts

Mar. 28 – Saint Augustine FL – The Amp St. Augustine

 

CHAKA KHAN:

Mar. 27 – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino & Special Events Center

Mar. 28 – Temecula CA – Pechanga Resort & Casino

 

CHARLIE WILSON:

Mar. 7 – Plant City FL – “Florida Strawberry Festival”

Mar. 28 – Atlantic City NJ – Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa/Event Center

 

CHICAGO:

Mar. 3 – Thousand Oaks CA – Fred Kavli Theatre

Mar. 4, 6-8, 11, 13-14 – Las Vegas NV – The Venetian Theatre

Mar. 28 – Lake Charles LA – Golden Nugget

 

CHRIS STAPLETON:

Mar. 11 – Corpus Christi TX – American Bank Center

Mar. 12 – Austin TX – Frank Erwin Center

Mar. 14 – Arlington TX – Globe Life Park in Arlington

Mar. 19 – Houston TX – NRG Stadium @ NRG Park

Mar. 20 – Biloxi MS – Mississippi Coast Coliseum

Mar. 21 – Birmingham AL – Legacy Arena at the BJCC

 

CLINT HOLMES:

Mar. 6 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse w/TAKE 6/NNENNA FREELON/Kirk Whalum

 

CYNDI LAUPER:

Mar. 12 – New York NY – Beacon Theatre

Mar. 19 – New York NY – Isaac Stern Auditorium @ Carnegie Hall – "Michael Dorf’s Annual Music of Tribute"

 

DARLENE LOVE:

Mar. 19 - New York NY – Isaac Stern Auditorium @ Carnegie Hall – "Michael Dorf’s Annual Music of Tribute"

 

DARYL HALL & JOHN OATES:

Mar. 27 – Honolulu HI – Neal S. Blaisdell Arena

 

DIANNE REEVES:

Mar. 15 – Kungsbacka, SWEDEN – Kungsbacka Theater

 

DWIGHT YOAKAM:

Mar. 4, 6 & 7 - Las Vegas NV – Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas

Mar. 12 – Denver CO – The Mission Ballroom

Mar. 14 – El Paso TX – Abraham Chavez Theatre

 

EAGLES:

Feb. 29-Mar. 1 – Dallas TX – American Airlines Center

Mar. 6-7 – Houston TX – Toyota Center

Mar. 17 – Dallas TX – American Airlines Center

Mar. 26 & 28 – Denver CO – Pepsi Center

 

ELTON JOHN:

Mar. 3-4 – Bokarina, AUSTRALIA – Sunshine Coast Stadium

Mar. 7 – Parramatta, AUSTRALIA – Bankwest Stadium

Mar. 26 – Indianapolis IN – Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Mar. 28-29 – Toronto, ONTARIO – Scotiabank Arena

 

ELVIS COSTELLO and The Imposters:

Mar. 1 – Southampton, UK – The Mayflower

Mar. 2 – Nottingham, UK – Royal Concert Hall

Mar. 3 – Sunderland, UK – Sunderland Empire Theatre

Mar. 5 – Glasgow, UK – SEC Armadillo

Mar. 7 – Sheffield, UK – Sheffield City Hall

Mar. 9 – Blackpool, UK – Blackpool Tower Headland Arena

Mar. 10 – Edinburgh, UK – Usher Hall

Mar. 12 – Manchester, UK – Palace Theatre

Mar. 13 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo

Mar. 15 – Oxford, UK – New Theatre Oxford

Mar. 18 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall

 

The EMOTIONS:

Mar. 6 – Baltimore MD – Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric w/The STYLISTICS

 

ERIC BENET:

Mar. 30-31 – Honolulu HI – Blue Note Hawaii

 

ERIC CLAPTON:

Mar. 3 – London, UK – O2-London

 

ERYKAH BADU:

Mar. 13 – Atlanta GA – State Farm Arena

Mar. 14 – Indianapolis IN – Indiana Farmers Coliseum

 

FRANKIE VALLI and The FOUR SEASONS:

Mar. 14 – Rancho Mirage CA – The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

Mar. 21-22 – Rama, ONTARIO – Casino Rama Entertainment Centre

 

GERALD ALSTON:

Mar. 27 – Alexandria VA – The Birchmere

 

GLADYS KNIGHT:

Mar. 3 – Clearwater FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall

Mar. 4 – Orlando FL – Dr. Phillips Center-Walt Disney Theater

Mar. 20 – Phoenix AZ – Celebrity Theatre

Mar. 21 – Primm NV – Star of the Desert Arena

 

GRAHAM NASH:

Mar. 4 – York PA – Appell Center for the Performing Arts

Mar. 5 - Tarrytown NY – The Tarrytown Music Hall

Mar. 7 – Ithaca NY – State Theatre

Mar. 8 – Buffalo NY – Asbury Hall at Babeville

Mar. 10 – Alexandria VA – The Birchmere

Mar. 12 – Newton NJ – The Newton Theatre

Mar. 13 – Glenside PA – Keswick Theatre

Mar. 14 – Rocky Mount NC – Harvester Performance Center

Mar. 17 – Atlanta GA – Variety Playhouse

Mar. 18 – Ponte Vedra Beach FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

Mar. 19 – Clearwater FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall

Mar. 21 – Coral Springs FL – Coral Springs Center for the Arts

Mar. 22 – Ponte Vedra Beach FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall

Mar. 25 – Huntsville AL – Mars Music Hall

Mar. 28 – Nashville TN – The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Mar. 29 – Asheville NC – Diana Wortham Theatre

Mar. 31 – Cincinnati OH – Memorial Hall

 

GREGORY PORTER:

Mar. 19 – Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS – Ziggo Dome

Mar. 21 – Miami FL – Olympia Theater

Mar. 24 – Houston TX – Revention Music Center

Mar. 25 – Grand Prairie TX – The Theatre at Grand Prairie

Mar. 27 – Chicago IL – Chicago Theatre w/LEDISI

Mar. 28 – Detroit MI – Fox Theatre w/LEDISI

Mar. 29 – Saint Paul MN – Fitzgerald Theater

 

HARRY CONNICK, JR.:

Mar. 10 – Austin TX – Dell Hall at the Long Center

 

JAMIE CULLUM:

Mar. 9 – Dublin, IRELAND – Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

Mar. 11 – York, UK – York Barbican

Mar. 12 – SEC Armadillo

Mar. 13 – Sheffield, UK – Sheffield City Hall

Mar. 15 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall

Mar. 16 – Oxford, UK – New Theatre Oxford

Mar. 20 – Gateshead, UK – Sage Gateshead

Mar. 23 – Liverpool, UK – Liverpool Philharmonic

Mar. 24 – Cardiff, UK – St. David’s Hall

Mar. 27 – Portsmouth, UK – Portsmouth Guildhall

 

JEFFREY OSBORNE:

Mar. 21 – Las Vegas NV – Cannery Casino Hotel

 

JILL SCOTT:

Mar. 3 – Memphis TN – Cannon Center for the Performing Arts

Mar. 5 – Dallas TX – The Music Hall at Fair Park

Mar. 7 – Austin TX – Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater

Mar. 8 – Houston TX – Revention Music Center

Mar. 13 – Augusta GA – William B. Bell Auditorium

Mar. 17 – Clearwater FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall

Mar. 18 – Orlando FL – Hard Rock Café/Hard Rock Live

Mar. 20 – Macon GA – Macon City Auditorium

Mar. 21 – Columbia SC – Township Auditorium

 

JOAN OSBORNE:

Mar. 24 – Edmonds WA – Edmonds Center for the Arts

Mar. 27 – Portland OR – Revolution Hall

 

JOHNNY MATHIS:

Mar. 12 – Dayton OH – Mead Theatre

Mar. 14 – Birmingham, UK – Symphony Hall

Mar. 20 – Newark NJ – Prudential Hall

Mar. 22 – Asbury Park NJ – Paramount Theatre

 

JONNY LANG:

Feb. 27-Mar. 2 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Royal Caribbean Cruise Line-Independence of the Seas – Rock Legends Cruise

Mar. 2 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse

Mar. 13 – Walhalla SC – Walhalla Performing Arts Center

Mar. 14 – Atlanta GA – Center Stage Theater

Mar. 15 – Nashville TN – Schermerhorn Symphony Center

 

JOSS STONE:

Mar. 12 – New York NY – Beacon Theatre

 

LEDISI:

Mar. 24 – Houston TX – Revention Music Center w/GREGORY PORTER

Mar. 25 – Grand Prairie TX – The Theatre at Grand Prairie w/GREGORY PORTER

Mar. 27 – Chicago IL – Chicago Theatre w/GREGORY PORTER

Mar. 28 – Detroit MI – Fox Theatre w/GREGORY PORTER

 

LEELA JAMES:

Mar. 27 – Houston TX – Arena Theatre

Mar. 28 – Dallas TX – The Music Hall at Fair Park w/RAHEEM DeVAUGHN

 

LENNY WILLIAMS:

Mar. 7 – Grand Prairie TX – The Theatre at Grand Prairie

Mar. 27 – Milwaukee WI – Miller High Life Theatre

Mar. 28 – St. Louis MO – Chaifetz Arena

 

LEON BRIDGES:

Mar. 12 – New York NY – Beacon Theatre

 

LESLIE ODOM Jr.:

Mar. 7 – Los Angeles CA – El Rey Theatre

Mar. 8 – Las Vegas NV – House of Blues

Mar. 14 – Portland OR – Hawthorne Theatre

Mar. 17 – Minneapolis MN – Fine Line Music Café

Mar. 29 – Brooklyn NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg

 

LISA FISCHER:

Mar. 27 – Atlanta GA – City Winery Atlanta

 

LITTLE ANTHONY & The IMPERIALS:

Mar. 15 – Greensburg PA – The Palace Theatre

 

LITTLE BIG TOWN:

Mar. 5-6 – Charleston SC – Charleston Gaillard Center

Mar. 7 – Atlanta GA – Fox Theatre

Mar. 12 – Detroit MI – Fox Theatre

Mar. 13-14 – Chicago IL – Chicago Theatre

Mar. 27-28 – Salt Lake City UT – Eccles Theater

 

LOS LOBOS:

Mar. 1 – Houston TX – Hous of Blues

Mar. 8 – Waterville ME – Waterville Opera House

Mar. 13 – Fort Collins CO – Washington’s

Mar. 14 – Boulder CO – Boulder Theater

Mar. 26 – Fort Wayne IN – The Clyde Theatre

 

LYLE LOVETT:

Mar. 3 – Aspen CO – Belly Up Aspen

Mar. 4 – Boulder CO – Boulder Theater

 

The MANHATTAN TRANSFER:

Mar. 13 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse

Mar. 20 – Berkeley CA – Zellerbach Auditorium

Mar. 21 – Palm Desert CA – McCallum Theatre

 

MARC ANTHONY:

Mar. 1 – Cedar Park TX – H-E-B Center at Cedar Park

Mar. 6 – Sugar Land TX – Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land

Mar. 8 – Orlando FL – Amway Center

Mar. 20 – San Jose CA – SAP Center at San Jose

Mar. 22 – Phoenix AZ – Talking Stick Resort Arena

 

MARIAH CAREY:

Mar. 10 – Honolulu HI – Neal S. Blaisdell Arena

 

MAUREEN McGOVERN:

Mar. 19 – Bradford PA – Bromeley Family Theater

Mar. 20 – North Tonawanda NY – Rivera Theatre and Performing Arts Center

Mar. 21 – Slippery Rock PA – Slippery Rock University

 

MAYSA:

Mar. 29 – Annapolis MD – Rams Head On Stage

 

MELISSA ETHERIDGE:

Mar. 26 – Waukegan IL – Genesee Theatre

Mar. 27 – Nashville IN – Brown County Inn

Mar. 31 – Reading PA – Santander Performing Arts Center

 

MICHAEL FEINSTEIN:

Mar. 14 – Newark NJ – Prudential Hall

Mar. 16 – West Palm Beach FL – Dreyfoos Hall

 

MICHAEL McDONALD:

Mar. 19 – New York NY – Isaac Stern Auditorium @ Carnegie Hall – “Michael Dorf’s Annual Music of Tribute”

 

MUMFORD & SONS:

Mar. 8 – Okeechobee FL – Sunshine Grove – Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival

 

NNENNA FREELON:

Mar. 6 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse w/TAKE 6/CLINT HOLMES

 

OLETA ADAMS:

Mar. 24 – Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS – Royal Carré Theatre

 

PAM TILLIS:

Mar. 27 – Bossier City LA – Riverdome at Horseshoe Bossier City

 

PATTI AUSTIN:

Mar. 6 – Washington DC – The Howard Theatre

Mar. 7 – New York NY – Sony Hall

 

PATTI LaBELLE:

Mar. 2 – Plant City FL – “Florida Strawberry Festival”

 

PATTI LuPONE:

Mar. 26 – Palm Desert CA – McCallum Theatre

 

PAUL ANKA:

Mar. 7 – Clearwater FL – Ruth Eckerd Hall

Mar. 8-9 – Naples FL – Hayes Hall

Mar. 11 – Sarasota FL – Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall

Mar. 13 – West Palm Beach FL – Dreyfoos Hall

Mar. 16 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Broward Center Au-Rene Theater

Mar. 18 – Melbourne FL – King Center for Performing Arts

 

RAHEEM DeVAUGHN:

Mar. 7 – Detroit MI – Detroit Opera Theatre

Mar. 21-22 – Washington DC – City Winery Washington

Mar. 28 – Dallas TX – The Music Hall at Fair Park w/LEELA JAMES

 

RASCAL FLATTS:

Mar. 6 – Atlantic City NJ – Ovation Hall

 

RICHARD MARX:

Mar. 1 – San Francisco CA – Great American Music Hall

Mar. 24 – Leipzig, GERMANY - Kupfersaal

 

RICK SPRINGFIELD:

Mar. 6 – Tulalip WA – Tulalip Resort Casino

 

ROBERT CRAY:

Mar. 1 – Patchogue NY – Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts

Mar. 3 – Brownfield ME – Stone Mountain Arts Center

Mar. 5 – Plymouth MA – Plymouth Memorial Hall

Mar. 6 – Burlington VT – Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Mar. 7 – Ridgefield CT – Ridgefield Playhouse

Mar. 8 – Verona NY – Showroom at Turning Stone Casino Resort

Mar. 10 – Troy NY – Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Mar. 11 – Englewood NJ – Bergen Performing Arts Center

Mar. 13 – Greensburg PA – The Palace Theatre

Mar. 14 – Kent OH – The Kent Stage

Mar. 15 – Kalamazoo MI – The Kalamazoo State Theatre

Mar. 17 – Madison WI – Barrymore Theatre

Mar. 18 – Milwaukee WI – The Northern Lights Theater

Mar. 19 – Des Moines IA – Hoyt Sherman Place

Mar. 20 – Skokie IL – North Shore Center for the Performing Arts

 

ROD STEWART:

Mar. 6-7, 11, 13-14, 18, 20-21 – Las Vegas NV – The Colosseum at Caesars Palace

 

ROGER DALTREY:

Feb. 27-Mar. 2 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Royal Caribbean Cruise Line-Independence of the Seas – Rock Legends Cruise

 

TAJ MAHAL:

Mar. 13-15 – Honolulu HI – Blue Note Hawaii

Mar. 20 – Agoura Hills CA – The Canyon

Mar. 21 – Montclair CA – The Canyon Montclair

Mar. 22 – Santa Clarita CA – The Canyon

 

TAKE 6:

Mar. 6 – Fort Lauderdale FL – Parker Playhouse w/Kirk Whalum/NNENNA FREELON/CLINT HOLMES

 

A THOUSAND HORSES:

Mar. 6 – Berlin, GERMANY – Verti Music Hall – “Country 2 Country Festival”

 

TOM JONES:

Mar. 3 – London, UK – The O2-London

 

TONY BENNETT:

Mar. 11 – Red Bank NJ – Count Basie Center for the Arts

Mar. 27 – Staten Island NY – St. George Theatre

Mar. 29 – Bensalem PA – Xcite Center

 

TOWER OF POWER:

Mar. 7-8 – Napa CA – Uptown Theatre Napa

Mar. 21 – Upper Darby PA – Tower Theater

 

VALERIE SIMPSON:

Mar. 14 – Newark NJ – Victoria Theater w/Dave Koz

 

The WHO:

Mar. 16 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Arena

Mar. 18 – Dublin, IRELAND – 3Arena

Mar. 21 – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – Utilita Arena

Mar. 23 – Glasgow, UK – The SSE Hydro

Mar. 25 – Leeds, UK – First Direct Arena

Mar. 30 – Cardiff, UK – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff

 

WILL DOWNING:

Mar. 23 – London, UK – The Jazz Café

Mar. 26 – Birmingham, UK – Hare & Hounds

Mar. 27 – Manchester, UK – Band on the Wall

 

WILLIE NELSON:

Mar. 4 – Houston TX – NRG Stadium @ NRG Park – “Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo”

Mar. 13 – Norman OK – Riverwind Casino

Mar. 14 – Arlington TX – Globe Life Park in Arlington w/CHRIS STAPLETON

Mar. 22 – Nashville TN – Grand Ole Opry House

 

WYNONNA JUDD:

Mar. 6 – Birmingham AL – The Lyric Theatre

 

ZZ TOP:

Mar. 20-21, 25, 27-28 – Las Vegas NV – The Venetian Theatre

 

 

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