On offer this week: a jazz titan, two of UK rock's biggest names plus a set of pastoral '60s survivors. Let's go...
The Grammy-winning US soul-jazz singer returns to the UK for a string of shows. Londoners are in for an extra treat, as his shows in the capital feature a full symphony orchestra.
Royal Albert Hall. Apr 18-19 2018.
Micah P Hinson
A lot of singers would kill for a voice this gravelly and cool. His countrified folk ditties are pretty sweet, too.
Scala. Oct 2.
Leicester’s rowdy indie lot go arena-tastic in support of recent chart-topping album ‘For Crying Out Loud’.
The O2. Dec 1-2.
It’s safe to say an Oasis reunion isn’t on the cards, but Gallagher fans can catch the Manc lad doing his thing in support of upcoming solo debut album ‘As You Were’.
Alexandra Palace. Dec 7.
Yeah, comparing him to Jamie T is kinda lazy... But it’s still true. Make up your own minds at this show.
O2 Academy Brixton. Feb 10 2018.
Colourful and kooky power pop from the Tennessee three-piece led by Hayley Williams.
The O2. Jan 12 2018.
Iron & Wine
Bask in melancholy as Sam Beam returns with more haunting alt-folk lushness.
Eventim Apollo. Feb 16 2018.
Who knew that oddball synth-pop would get so big? Probably these guys, who end a big UK tour at Ally Pally.
Alexandra Palace. Mar 10 2018.
Gagging for a flute solo? Get a windy fix at the fiftieth anniversary tour of the legendary folk-rockers.
Royal Albert Hall. Apr 17 2018.