Stones to Stylistics, they're all coming here

Pop Music

September 12, 2002

Take little bit of the good old stuff, add a dollop of today's teeny pop, a dash of hip-hop, alt-rock and country and shake it all together.

That pretty much describes the musical cocktail that's coming to Baltimore-area arenas fall.

This month, artists as disparate as Bow Wow, Indigo Girls and Incubus are coming to Baltimore. Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman, Backstreet brother Aaron Carter and Toby Keith also are on the schedule.

October brings golden-oldies Rolling Stones to Landover's FedEx Field, R&B superstar Smokey Robinson to Morgan State University and No Doubt to the Baltimore Arena.

November and December's schedules are still in flux, but area offerings at this point include the top-10 American Idols, Imani, Doc Watson, Seldom Scene and John McCutcheon.

It certainly looks as though fall is going to be anything but dull.

The following list of fall concerts was compiled by Sun staffer Nathan Pitts. As other concerts get announced later, they'll be listed in LIVE's Concert Watch.

Indigo Girls, Pier Six Concert Pavilion, Sept. 13.

Steve Curtis Chapman, Patriot Center, Sept. 13.

John Scofield Band, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 13.

Toshi Reagon, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 14.

Aaron Carter, No Secrets, Jump 5, Triple Image, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Sept. 14.

Toby Keith, Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge, Sept. 14.

Bow Wow, Baltimore Arena, Sept. 15.

Coldplay, Pier Six Concert Pavilion, Sept.16.

Garnet Rogers, Baldwin's Station, Sept. 18.

"Street Corner Harmony," starring the Stylistics, the Manhattans, featuring Gerald Alston and Blue Lovett, Enchantment and Blue Magic, Lyric Opera House, Sept. 20.

Buck Hill Quartet, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Sept. 20.

Junkyard Saints, Walters Art Museum, Sept. 20.

Comedians Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, Warner Theatre, Sept. 20.

Eddie From Ohio, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 20.

"Street Corner Harmony Returns," starring the Intruders, the Ebonys, the Stylistics, Enchantment and Eddie Holman, Constitution Hall, Sept. 21.

Tony Trischka Band and David Grier, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 21.

Incubus, Baltimore Arena, Sept. 23.

The Kennedys, Baldwin's Station, Sept. 25.

Peter Rowan and Tony Rice, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Sept. 26.

Dr. John, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 26.

Jane Monheit, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 27.

McCoy Tyner, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Sept. 27.

David Wilcox, Cellar Stage, Sept. 27.

Mareid Sullivan, Avalon Theatre, Sept. 28.

Michael Bolton, Pier Six Concert Pavilion, Sept. 28.

Eric Alexander Quartet, Baltimore Museum of Art, Sept. 29.

Jo Dee Messina and Shaunna Bolton, Ripken Stadium, Sept. 29.

Kelly Price, Dave Hollister and Glenn Lewis, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Sept. 29.

Vance Gilbert, Baldwin's Station, Oct. 2.

The Rolling Stones, FedEx Field, Oct. 4.

Ronnie Wells and the Ron Elliston Quintet, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Oct. 4.

The Iguanas, Avalon Theatre, Oct. 5.

The Whispers, Softones, Spindles, Panama, BADD and Style, Morgan State University, Oct. 6.

Robert Earl Keen, Avalon Theatre, Oct. 10.

The Moody Blues, Constitution Hall, Oct. 10.

Davey Yarborough and Esther Williams, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Oct. 11.

Chris Noyes and Grace Griffith, Avalon Theatre, Oct. 11.

Good Deale Bluegrass Band and Mike Auldridge, Avalon Theatre, Oct. 12.

Smokey Robinson, Morgan State University, Oct. 12.

David Cassidy, Warner Theatre, Oct. 12.

Nelly & the St. Lunatics, the Big Tymers, Lil Wayne, Fabolous and Amerie, MCI Center, Oct. 12.

Rush, Baltimore Arena, Oct. 15.

Brad Paisley, Patriot Center, Oct. 17.

Carl Grubbs Quartet, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Oct. 18.

Avishai Cohen and the International Vamp Band, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Oct. 19.

No Doubt, Garbage and the Distillers, Baltimore Arena, Oct. 24.

David Boothman and the Caribbean Art Jazz Ensemble, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Oct. 25.

Elvis Costello and the Imposters, Constitution Hall, Oct. 27.

Al Jarreau, Oleta Adams and Brian Culbertson, Constitution Hall, Oct. 27.

"Hopeville," starring Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams and Donnie McClurkin, Constitution Hall, Oct. 31.

Willie Nelson and Nickel Creek, Patriot Center, Oct. 31.

Imani, Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, Nov. 1.

Lavay Smith and the Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Nov. 2.

The top-10 American Idols, MCI Center, Nov. 3.

Jerry Douglas, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Nov. 6.

Michael W. Smith and Third Day, featuring Max Lucado, Patriot Center, Nov. 9.

Doc Watson, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Nov. 9.

The Vincent Herring and Don Braden Group, Baltimore Museum of Art, Nov. 10.

Chris Proctor, Avalon Theatre, Nov. 14.

DaVinci's Notebook, Avalon Theatre, Nov. 15.

Seldom Scene, Avalon Theatre, Nov. 16.

Roomful of Blues, Avalon Theatre, Dec. 13.

John McCutcheon, Gordon Center for Performing Arts, Dec. 14.

Venue information

Avalon Theatre, 40 E. Dover St., Easton. 410-481-SEAT.

Baldwin's Station, 7618 Main St., Sykesville. 410-795-1041.

Baltimore Arena, 201 W. Baltimore St. 410-481-SEAT.

Baltimore Museum of Art, Art Museum Drive. 410-385-5888.

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