It’s not too early to celebrate the holidays with various music concerts at Hoyt Sherman Place. On Nov. 14, Motown Christmas features musicians from The Temptations, Miracles and The Contours. Tickets cost $44-$64. The Girl Named Tom are sibling musicians and the only contestants who won as a group on “The Voice.” They bring their “One More Christmas Tour” to Hoyt Sherman on Nov. 30. Tickets $40-$60.
Need something to do with your Thanksgiving guests? Take them to Wooly’s on Nov. 25 for a double concert featuring the Pork Tornadoes with opener, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. General admission tix in advance, $20, plus fees.
Abraham Alexander, a singer/songwriter who melds folk, pop, rock, R&B and gospel, kicked off his fall tour, which includes a stop at Wooly’s on Nov. 4. Abraham was named as NPR’s All Songs Considered favorite new artist of 2023. Harper O’Neill opens. Tickets are $20.
Singer/songwriter A.J. Croce is embarking on a special “Croce Plays Croce 50th Anniversary Tour” in honor of his late, legendary father, singer/songwriter Jim Croce. Catch his concert at Hoyt Sherman Place on Nov. 15. Tickets $34-$79. ♦