15 Vancouver concerts this weekend, November 22 to 24

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      FRIDAYElevate Music Project: Night One at the Biltmore Cabaret features performances by Strange Breed, the Fallaways, Adam Mah, Ivan Hartle, Antonio Larosa, and Nikita Afonso.

      FRIDAY: Canadian pop singer-songwriter Tyler Shaw plays the Imperial Vancouver, with guest Craig Strickland.

      FRIDAY: bluegrass quintet the Tim O'Brien Band plays the WISE Hall, with guests Burying Ground.

      FRIDAY: local blues-rock singer and guitarist Steve Kozak leads his band at Frankie's Jazz.

      FRIDAY: soul–jazz and funk singer Dawn Pemberton leads her band at Maple Ridge's ACT Arts Centre.

      FRIDAYTheo and the Thugs (former members of Gob) play Gob songs and new originals at the Waldorf Hotel, with guests You Big Idiot, Not Inpublic, and Murderers.

      SATURDAY: Toronto-based pop-rock singer-songwriter Serena Ryder performs at the Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts on her Christmas Kisses Tour.

      SATURDAY: local fairy-folk singer-songwriter Jordan Klassen plays the Biltmore Cabaret, with guests Mike Edel and Porteau.

      SATURDAY: Australian soft-rock duo from the '70s, Air Supply, plays Richmond's River Rock Show Theatre.

      SATURDAY: singer-songwriter from Guyana, Juke Ross, plays the Biltmore Ballroom, with guest Haley Blais.

      SATURDAY: Israeli electro-house duo Infected Mushroom plays the Commodore Ballroom.

      SUNDAY: soulful jazz vocalist Amanda Wood performs a Jazz Vespers show at North Van's St. Andrew's United Church.

      SUNDAY: Australian soul-roots singer-songwriter Sammy Johnson plays the Biltmore Cabaret, with guests SWELLS.

      SUNDAY: jazz group the Deanna Knight Tree-O plays a Vespers in the Valley show at Surrey's Northwood United Church.

      SUNDAY: American garage-rock duo the Black Keys plays Rogers Arena, with guests Modest Mouse and Shannon & the Clams.