Music: 5 Shows to See in Philly This Week
Esperanza Spalding @ TLA | Tuesday, October 18
Jazz songwriter, singer and bassist Esperanza Spalding is on tour for Emily’s D+Evolution, which Pitchfork named a Best New Album.
Lalah Hathaway @ Tower Theatre | Wednesday, October 19
Stressed about…everything? Relax to the smooth sounds of soul singer Lalah Hathaway, daughter of musicians Donny and Eulaulah Hathaway.
Catfish and The Bottlemen @ Electric Factory | Friday, October 21
These indie rockers from across the pond are finishing up the East Coast segment of their tour before heading back to the UK for a series of mostly sold-out shows.
Green River Ordinance @ Underground Arts | Friday, October 21
Texas band Green River Ordinance bring their catchy, twangy rock to Underground Arts. The Roosevelts and Castro open.
Elvis: The King’s Songbook @ Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center | October 21-23
The Philly Pops kick off their 38th season with the king. Philly native Allison Blackwell, who has taken breaks from Broadway to perform with the Pops before, and multi-instrumentalist Dave Bennett will accompany the orchestra.
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