10 Charlotte concerts to catch in November

Check out these buzz-worthy artists stopping in the QC this month.

Gospel artist Tasha Cobbs Leonard brings "The Revival Tour" to the Queen City on Nov. 2-3.

Kandace Springs

Friday, Nov. 2, 8 p.m.
Booth Playhouse, 130 N. Tryon St.
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Nashville native Kandace Springs is known for her jazz and soul sounds. It’s in her blood. Her dad, Scat Springs, sang backup for legendary artists like Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and Donna Summer. With a tour to promote her latest album Indigo, Springs is re-introducing audiences to her classic yet contemporary melodies.

Tasha Cobbs Leonard and Friends: The Revival Tour

Friday, Nov. 2, 8 p.m., and Saturday, Nov. 3 (sold out)
McGlohon Theater, 345 N. College St.
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Another performance was added after tickets quickly sold out for Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s highly anticipated The Revival Tour. One of the top-selling gospel artists, Cobbs Leonard is bringing her powerhouse vocals to the QC. Earlier this year, Pastor John Gray announced that Cobbs Leonard would join as one of the worship leaders at his Relentless Church in Greenville, S.C. He’ll be a special guest at the Nov. 2 performance.

6LACK presents “From East Atlanta with Love” Tour

Monday, Nov. 5, 8 p.m.
The Fillmore, 820 Hamilton St.
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6LACK (pronounced black) is a Grammy-nominated hip-hop/R&B artist known for his unique voice. If you don’t know him, you should. He’s opened for The Weeknd and Chris Brown along with sets at Coachella. His latest video, Pretty Little Fears, features Fayetteville son, rapper J. Cole.

H.E.R.

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 8 p.m.
The Fillmore, 820 Hamilton St.
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It may seem like she’s a new artist, but R&B “It” girl H.E.R. has probably been praised by your favorite artist for quite some time. She’s part of the new wave bringing back the “quiet storm” genre. Her feature on Daniel Caesar’s Best Part track has likely been in your rotation since last summer’s “Insecure” episode. She’s joined by Philly rapper Bri Steves for her Charlotte stop,

Tank

Thursday, Nov. 15, 8 p.m.
The Fillmore, 820 Hamilton St., Charlotte
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It’s been nearly two decades since audiences were introduced to Durrell Babbs aka R&B singer/songwriter Tank. With a solid solo career that produced songs like Maybe I Deserve, Please Don’t Go and When We –sprinkled with time as a member of supergroup TGT (with fellow crooners Tyrese and Ginuwine) — Tank is here to show that there’s still an appreciation for true R&B.

Day26

Friday, Nov. 16, 8 p.m.
The Underground, 820 Hamilton St.
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Who could forget Day26? Media mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs brought us these five guys during the MTV reality show “Making the Band 4” back in 2007. Willie, Robert, Mike and Que are on tour celebrating their 10th anniversary (earlier this summer, Brian announced that he was leaving the group).

An Evening with the Baylor Project

Saturday, Nov. 17, 8 p.m.
McGlohon Theater, 345 N. College St.
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Married musicians Marcus and Jean Baylor blend gospel, blues, soul and jazz for their debut album, The Journey.

Kirk Whalum presents: 7th annual A Gospel According to Jazz Christmas

Friday, Nov. 23, 8 p.m.
Ovens Auditorium, 2700 E. Independence Blvd.
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Popular jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum is kicking off his 7th annual Christmas concert tour with famed percussionist Sheila E. as headliner.

The Internet — Hive Mind Tour

Monday, Nov. 26, 8 p.m.
The Fillmore, 820 Hamilton St., Charlotte
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Get into neo-soul act The Internet when they stop in the QC as part of their worldwide tour. The five eclectic members are just as respected as solo artists as they are a band. Mainstays with the alternative music crowd, the group is back — after solo career breaks — to promote their latest project Hive Mind, which is more of the positive vibes and funky grooves we’ve come to love about them.

Leela James

Thursday, Nov. 29, 8 p.m.
The Underground, 820 Hamilton St., Charlotte
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Once you hear Leela James’ deep, gritty vocals, you’ll understand why she’s drawn comparisons to Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and other classic soul singers. She came on the scene in 2005 with her debut album A Change is Gonna Come, where her lead single Music, questioned the state of music at the time. Five albums later, fans are still digging her old-fashioned voice with a dash of funk.

Keep up-to-date on concerts coming to the Queen City and other things to do by visiting our events calendar.


Katrina Louis is managing editor of qcitymetro.com who can always find something to do in Charlotte. She’s an offline hustler (and has the shirt to prove it) but when online, find her on Instagram and Twitter.

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