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12, 6:30 p.m. With next year marking
the 30th anniversary of the Torontobased
band, which has sold 14 million
albums worldwide and earned multiple
Grammy nominations. The veteran
rockers perform their newly released
“Fake Nudes” album alongside fellow
’90s faves Better Than Ezra and KT
Tunstall. Tickets $39.50-$79.50. The
Mountain Winery, 14831 Pierce Road,
Kesha & Macklemore with Wes
Period. June 14, 8 p.m. This co-headlining
tour by resilient party-starting
performer Kesha and thrift-store sartorialist
Macklemore showcases Kesha’s
third studio album “Rainbow”
and Macklemore’s second solo studio
album “Gemini,” both released
in 2017. Up and coming rapper Wes
Period opens. Tickets $30.50-$126.
Shoreline Amphitheatre, 1 Amphitheatre
Parkway, Mountain View.
The Isley Brothers / Commodores. June
16, 7:30 p.m. Entitled “Body Kiss,” the new
album from the Isley Brothers Featuring Ronald
Isley, aka Mr. Biggs is already garnering
critical acclaim and rave reviews from fans. Get
an earful of the sensual grooves at this soulful
show. Tickets $59.50-$139.50. The Mountain
Winery, 14831 Pierce Road, Saratoga.
Jazz at Filoli. June 17-Sept. 16, 1:30
to 4 p.m. Jazz at Filoli celebrates its
28th season with six outdoor concerts
featuring Justin Kauflin,
Henry Solomon Quartet, Tuck
& Patti, Pacific Mambo Orchestra
and more. Concertgoers
receive complimentary snacks,
wine, beer and sparkling water.
Tickets $75. Filoli, 86 Cañada
Road, Woodside. 650/364-
8300, ext. 508.
Ragazzi Continuo. June
17, 5 p.m. The a cappella
men’s choir presents
“There is Sweet
Music,” a spring concert
that showcases musical
diversity from Swedish
folk tunes to rhythms of
Ghana street dance. Continuo
member Jansen Verplank’s
arrangement of the Gospel
classic, “Swing Down Chariot”
will have its world premiere.
Tickets $15-$25. All
Saints Episcopal Church,
555 Waverly St., Palo Alto.
Justin Kauflin. June
17, 1:30 p.m. Kauflin
is a talented musician
who, after losing his eyesight
at age 11, quickly gravitated toward jazz
piano. In 2013, Justin was signed by legendary
producer and music icon, Quincy Jones. He is
working on a new album, which is scheduled
to be released in fall 2018. Tickets $50-$60.
Filoli, 86 Cañada Road, Woodside. 650/364-
8300 ext. 508.
The Roots. June 17, 7:30 p.m. The
Roots are one of the most respected
R&B acts in the business. The band
has won four Grammy Awards,
including Best R&B Album
for “Wake Up!” Best Traditional
R&B Vocal Performance
for “Hang in There” and Best
Group or Duo R&B Vocal Performance
for “Shine.” Tickets
$49.50- $99.50. The
Mountain Winery, 14831
Pierce Road, Saratoga.
June 20, 8 p.m.
Chesney is one
o f coun t r y
reigning king of
stadium shows rolls
into the South Bay
with his Trip Around
the Sun Tour, which delivers
everything its name suggests:
sweat, sunny vibes and swagger.
Tickets $32-$420. Shoreline
Amphitheatre, 1 Amphitheatre
Postmodern Jukebox. June
20, 7:30 p.m. This rotating musical
collective reimagines Top 40
hits in an array of musical styles
from the past. This ongoing musical
project, spearheaded by pianist
and arranger Scott Bradlee,
takes contemporary pop and rock
tunes and fashions new arrangements
for them that cast them in
an unpredictable variety of musical
styles from the past. Tickets
$39.50- $79.50. The Mountain
Winery, 14831 Pierce Road, Saratoga.
Violent Femmes. June 21,
7:30 p.m. This alternative folk
punk band leans heavily on acoustic
licks and intensely personal
lyrics with sardonic twists. The talented
threesome of singer, guitarist
and songwriter Gordon Gano,
bassist Brian Ritchie and current
drummer John Sparrow are on
a comeback tour. Tickets $39.50-
$79.50. The Mountain Winery,
14831 Pierce Road, Saratoga. 408/741-2822.
Stanford Jazz Festival. June 22-Aug. 4, times
vary. Jazz aficionados have more than 35 concerts
from which to choose, beginning with
Jazz Inside Out with Jim Nadel & Friends.
Vocal powerhouse Allegra Bandy sings swinging
big band arrangements in the tradition
of the American Songbook on July 7. The
festival finishes with Andrea Motis Quintet
with Wycliffe Gordon and the SJW 50/50
Jazz Orchestra. Ticket prices and venues vary.
Cameo. June 23, 7:30 p.m. Founded by
drummer and Harlem native Larry Blackmon,
Cameo debuted with the 1977 album “Cardiac
Arrest,” which included “We’re Going Out
Tonight” and “Rigormortis.” Their fourth
LP, “Secret Omen,” cemented their success
with the smash hits “I Just Want to Be” and
“Sparkle,” earning them their first of many
gold and platinum albums. Tickets $49.50-
$99.50. The Mountain Winery, 14831 Pierce
Road, Saratoga. 408/741-2822.
Vans Warped Tour. June 23, 11 a.m. Now
in its 24th year, the Vans Warped Tour introduced
the world to musicians such as No
Doubt and Katy Perry. This will be the final
year of the show, so it’s now or never for music
fans to hear a piece of history. Tickets $72-
$120. Shoreline Amphitheatre, 1 Amphitheatre
Parkway, Mountain View. 800/745-3000.
Joshua Redman Quartet. June 23, 8 p.m.
Grammy-nominated saxophone master Joshua
Redman is renowned for his sound and his
boundless creativity. In this highly-anticipated
performance in the sonically spectacular Bing
Concert Hall, Joshua performs with the legendary
quartet featured on his seminal 2000
recording, “Beyond.” Tickets $40. Bing Concert
Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University.
Blake Shelton, California Rodeo
Salinas Kick Off Concert, July 13,
Salinas Sports Complex
Kathy Griffin, June 14–15,
The Masonic, San Francisco