25 Vancouver concerts this week, November 6 to 10

MONDAY: American folk-rock singer, multi-instrumentalist, poet, songwriter Ani DiFranco performs at the Vancouver Playhouse.

TUESDAY: American rock singer-songwriter Ted Leo and his band the Pharmacists play the Cobalt.

TUESDAY: Beatles tribute show Let It Be is performed at the Abbotsford Centre.

WEDNESDAY: American southern-roots band Texas Troubadours, featuring Ruthie Foster, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, and Carrie Rodriguez, plays Chan Centre fpr the Performing Arts.

WEDNESDAY: Canadian punk band Propagandhi plays the Rickshaw, with guests  RVIVR and Bad Cop/Bad Cop. SOLD OUT.

WEDNESDAY: Finnish metal band Children of Bodom plays the Commodore, with guests Carach Angren, Lost Society, and Uncured.

WEDNESDAY: Taiwanese rock band Mayday plays Rogers Arena.

WEDNESDAY: American folk duo Mandolin Orange plays the Biltmore, touring in support of latest album Blindfaller.

WEDNESDAY: Toronto singer-songwriter the Weather Station plays the Fox Cabaret.

WEDNESDAY: Los Angeles-based alternative band Lany plays the Vogue Theatre.

THURSDAY: Canadian vocalists Scott Helman and Ria Mae coheadline Venue, with guest Jonathan Roy.

THURSDAY: Australian metal band Ne Obliviscaris plays the Rickshaw, with guests Allegaeon, Dead Asylum, and Resurgence.

THURSDAY: British alt-rock singer-songwriter Alex Clare plays the Imperial, performing on his Tail of Lions Tour.

THURSDAY: Canadian country singer-songwriter Ridley Bent plays the Anza Club.

THURSDAY: Roedde House Jazz Series presents jazz music by pianist-keyboardists Winston Matsushita and Dan Reynolds and percussionist Joe Poole.

THURSDAY: the Rogue Folk Club presents American folk singer-songwriters Tom Paxton and the Don Juans at St. James Hall.

THURSDAY: Los Angeles pop singer Gavin Turek plays the Fox Cabaret, touring in support of latest EP Good Look for You.

THURSDAY: Truck Yeah Productions presents Forever Country, a musical tribute to Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Garth Brooks, and Alan Jackson, at Roosters Country Cabaret.

FRIDAYCory Weeds’ Little Big Band Explosion plays the first of two nights at Frankie's Jazz.

FRIDAY: rapper Ghostemane makes his Vancouver debut at Celebrities Underground, with guests Wavy Jone$ and Nedarb Nagrom.

FRIDAY: American punk-rockers Dead Kennedys play the Rickshaw, with guests the Dwarves, Diarrhea Planet, Dirty Fences, Fashionism, Sore Points, and The Shrine.

FRIDAYMarcus Mosely and Shari Ulrich present a night of music featuring the Marcus Mosely Chorale and Russ Rosen at St. james Hall.

FRIDAY: Canadian hard-rock band the Headstones, featuring frontman Hugh Dillon, plays the first of two nights at the Commodore.

FRIDAY: California-based electronica-R&B singer and producer Michl plays the Fox Cabaret.

FRIDAY: Canadian hip-hop artist Son Real plays the Vogue Theatre, performing on his One Long Dream Tour.