The Best Concerts of the Week

The Hold Steady will stream three shows this week.
The Hold Steady will stream three shows this week. Miles Chrisinger
While there are at least two outdoor shows this week, including bluesman Jack Hadley at Number Thirty Eight and singer-songwriter Jenny Shawhan at the Orchard Town Center, there are also some virtual concerts, including three nights of the Hold Steady streaming from the Brooklyn Bowl, a performance from Doc Brown's Blues Band, and Christmas crooning from jazz singer Jean Marie. Here's our list of the best online concerts this week:

Doc Brown's Blues Band
Monday, November 30, 8 p.m.
Guitarist and singer Mark ”Doc” Brown heads up this trio made up of local veteran blues musicians.

Street Serenade at The Orchard: Jenny Shawhan
Thursday, December 3, 6:30 p.m.
The Orchard Town Center, 14697 Delaware Street, Westminster

Denver singer-songwriter Jenny Shawhan performs a contemporary holiday performance on the Orchard's outdoor stage.

Jack Hadley
Thursday, December 3, 5 p.m.
Number Thirty Eight, 3560 Chestnut Place

Blues guitarist Jack Hadley plays a set on the outdoor stage at Number Thirty Eight. Reservations can be made via OpenTable.

100 Nights of Jazz: Jean Marie Jazz Christmas Special
Thursday, December 3, 7 p.m.
Denver jazz singer Jean Marie presents a night of jazzy Christmas tunes as part of the 100 Nights of Jazz series streamed from Classic Pianos. 

The Hold Steady
Thursday, December 3 through Saturday, December 5, 7 p.m.
In 2016, the Hold Steady began a tradition known as Massive Nights, a four-show celebration of Hold Steady music and community at Brooklyn Bowl in New York. On what would have been the fifth anniversary of this rock-and-roll gathering, the band returns to the venue for a special three-night live-stream spectacular.

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