Where to See the Grammy Nominees in Concert

November 30th, 2017, 1:30 pm by Greg
David Rawlings and Gillian-Welch

David Rawlings and Gillian Welch, who snagged a Grammy nomination earlier this week, return to The Egg on Saturday

Photograph by Andrzej Pilarczyk

The nominees for the 60th Grammy Awards were announced on Tuesday, and quite a few of them are headed into venues throughout Greater Nippertown in the upcoming months. Here’s a round-up for ya:

DAVID RAWLINGS & GILLIAN WELCH
Best American Roots Song for “Cumberland Gap”
Playing at The Egg’s Hart Theatre, Albany
Saturday (December 2)
$36

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THE BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA
Best American Roots Performance for “Let My Mother Life”
Playing at the Cohoes Music Hall, Cohoes
Saturday, December 9
#37.50, $42.50 & $52.50

THE JERRY DOUGLAS BAND
Best Contemporary Instrumental Music for What If
Playing solo at The Egg’s Swyer Theatre, Albany (with David Bromberg)
Saturday, December 9
$36

ROSE COUSINS
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical for Natural Conclusion
playing at Levon Helm Studios, Woodstock (with Joe Henry)
Saturday, December 9
$20 & $35

CECILE McLOREN SALVANT
Best Jazz Vocal Album for Dreams and Daggers
Playing at Bard College’s Fisher Center, Annandale-on-Hudson
Sunday, December 17
$25-$65

SCOTT SHARRARD
Best American Roots Song for “My Only True Friend” (with Gregg Allman)
Best Americana Album for Gregg Allman’s Southern Blood featuring Scott Sharrard on Guitar
Playing at Colony, Woodstock
Saturday, December 30
$15 in advance; $20 at the door

JASON ISBELL & THE 440 UNIT
Best American Roots Song for “If We Were Vampires”
Best Americana Album for The Nashville Sound
playing at the Palace Theatre, Albany
Wednesday, January 31
$32.50, $45.50 & $60

LADYSMITH BLACK MAMBAZO
Best World Music Album for Shaka Zulu Revisited: 30th Anniversary Celebration
Best Children’s Album for Songs of Love and Peace fro Kids and Parents Around the World
playing at the Colonial Theatre, Pittsfield
Friday, March 9
$30 & $45

SYLVAN ESSO
Best Dance/Electronic Album for What Now
Playing at MASS MoCA’s Hunter Center, North Adams
Saturday, March 31
$28 in advance; $35 at the door; $42 preferred; $28 students

THE BILL CHARLAP TRIO
Best Jazz Instrumental Album for Uptown, Downtown
Playing at the Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton
Thursday, April 19
$22.50 in advance; $25 at the door

SAM HUNT
Best Country Song for “Body Like a Back Road”
Playing at the Taste of Country Music Festival at Hunter Mountain, Hunter
Friday-Sunday, June 8-10
Three-day, all-fest $155

MIDLAND
Best Country Song for “Drinkin’ Problem”
Playing at the Times Union Center, Albany
Saturday, September 22
$TBA

THOMAS RHETT
Best Country Album for Life Changes
Playing at the Times Union Center, Albany
Saturday, September 22
$TBA

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