January live music: 10 biggest shows in Charlotte this month

January live music: 10 biggest shows in Charlotte this month

NoDa venues the Neighborhood Theatre and Evening Muse (in the distance) have shows on the list. Photo: Michael Graff/Axios

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We’ve already sent out our list of the biggest concerts coming to Charlotte in 2022. Now let’s focus on what’s coming January.

State of play: Venues have been announcing vaccination and/or negative test requirements. Please visit venue and ticket websites for official policies.

First, a playlist featuring songs from the artists below:

January 11: Allen Stone

The soul singer’s November release, ‘Apart,” features rearranged acoustic versions of songs from his catalog.

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  • Location: The Underground
  • Time: 8:30pm
  • Tickets: $25

January 14: Tim Reynolds TR3

The Dave Matthews Band guitarist returns to Charlotte, this time with his trio.

  • Location: Neighborhood Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $25-$35

January 14: Anderson East, Bendigo Fletcher

The Nashville singer-songwriter’s latest album, “Maybe We Never Die,” followed up back-to-back albums that peaked in the top 10 on the US Folk charts.

  • Location: The Fillmore
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $26

January 15: Citizen Cope

The singer and guitarist released a solo acoustic album, “The Pull of Niagara Falls,” in April, just over three decades into his recording career.

  • Location: Neighborhood Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $40.50

January 18: Cory Branan, Andy Bilinski

Branan’s spirited, punk-infused country is the perfect sound to fill an intimate room.

  • Location: Evening Muse
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Tickets: $15

January 20: Sports

The style of the Oklahoma duo doesn’t fit a single genre, but touches several, from dream-pop to psychedelic rock.

  • Location: Neighborhood Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $20-$30

January 21 and 22: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Adia Victoria

Isbell and his band The 400 Unit perform two nights at the 2,400-seat theater, three months after releasing “Georgia Blue,” a covers album for charity that celebrates music from Georgia.

  • Location: Ovens Auditorium
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $42.50-$255

January 22: James McMurtry, BettySoo

Son to a novelist and an English professor, the Texas musician McMurtry is as skilled with pen and voice as he is with a guitar.

  • Location: Visulite Theatre
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $20-$25

January 27: Kayzo, Calcium, Reaper

The trap and hardstyle DJ/producer makes an appearance at the E. Sugar Creek Rd. venue.

  • Location: Black Box Theatre
  • Time: 10pm
  • Tickets: $20

January 28: Tenille Townes

The Canadian country singer signed with Columbia Nashville in 2018, releasing
The Lemonade Stand,” which appeared on both Canadian and U.S. Country charts.

  • Location: The Underground
  • Time: 8pm
  • Tickets: $20

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