November launches with 4 great events on the first 5 nights, including 2 right here in East Texas.  America kicks it all off on Thursday in Tyler, with the Charlie Daniels Band wrapping it up Sunday in Longview.  In between, Ringo Starr will be in Dallas on Friday, & Kenny Loggins plays Shreveport on Saturday.

Classic Rock 96-1 has free tickets to Ringo & His All Starr Band, which includes Todd Rundgren, Gregg Rolie (formerly with Santana & Journey), & Toto's Steve Lukather.  Listen to our 9am & 1pm 96-Minute Music-Marathons, then be ready to call-in & win!  

A few more new events have been added to our concert calendar.  Former Doobie Brothers front man Michael McDonald will join Kenny Loggins for his Fort Worth show on November 7th.  Def Leppard's Phil Collen will be part of the G3 concert headlined by Joe Satriani on January 26th in Dallas.  It was also just announced that Dave Grohl will bring the Foo Fighters into Shreveport next April 22nd.

Check out our latest concert calendar below to see what's coming up:

November:
11/2-  America.  Tyler Cowan Center.
11/3-  Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band.  Irving Music Factory Pavilion.  
11/4-  Kenny Loggins.  Bossier City Margaritaville Casino.
11/5-  Charlie Daniels Band.  Longview Belcher Center.
11/7-  Kenny Loggins, with Michael McDonald.  Ft. Worth Bass Hall.
11/28-  Helping Texans:  A Hurricane Harvey Benefit Concert, with Don Henley, Clint Black, & Lyle Lovett.  Ft. Worth Bass Hall.

December:
1st-  Dead & Company, with Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, & Bill Kreutzmann.  Dallas American Airlines Center. 
22nd-  Trans-Siberian Orchestra.  Dallas American Airlines Center.
30th-  Robert Earl Keen.  Ft. Worth Bass Hall.

January:
11th-  The Doobie Brothers.  Tyler Cowan Center.
22nd-  The Moody Blues.  Irving Toyota Music Factory.
26th-  G3, with Joe Satriani, John Petrucci, & Phil Collen.  Irving Toyota Music Factory. 

April:
22nd-  Foo Fighters, Shreveport CenturyLink Center.

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