Six of This Week's Top Show Announcements: Tum Tum & Big Tuck, Sufjan Stevens and More

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Tum Tum & Big Tuck, A.Dd+, Dustin Cavazos, DJ Sober vs. DJ Q Thursday, November 8, at Dada Tickets for this show, which promoters Top Shelf Shows and dCc are calling "The Day Dallas Stood Still," have yet to go on sale. If it wasn't enough that Dallas rap legends/former Dirty South Rydaz Tum Tum and Big Tuck are performing together for the first time in years, there will be a heated battle between DJs Sober and Q to start, and performances from local up-and-comers A.Dd+ and Dustin Cavazos. The show is slated for the outdoor stage, which will benefit certain smokers.

Sufjan Stevens Christmas Sing-a-long Friday, November 30, at Granada Theater, $25 Tickets go on sale this Friday for what I can imagine will be the perfect event for the holiday-loving, go-all-out type. Or, those who just love Sufjan Stevens.

Old Crow Medicine Show Thursday, November 29, at House of Blues, $35 Nashville-based country band Old Crow Medicine Show is known for performing their many pre-World War II blues and folk songs. They're currently touring their most recent release, Take Me Back, and for many Dallas show-goers this November, it will.

KXT 91.7 presents Keane, Youngblood Hawke Friday, January 18, at House of Blues, $35 On top of a UK and Ireland arena tour, British alternative band Keane are initiating a 17-date U.S. tour beginning in January. They've carved out a pit stop at the House of Blues with indie up-and-comers Youngblood Hawke, presented by KXT.

Underoath Farewell Tour with mewithoutYou, As Cities Burn, Letlive Tuesday, January 22, at House of Blues, $25 As a band who was one of the first ever to hit 1 million "likes" on Facebook, Underoath has just announced their nine-date farewell tour with fellow hardcore acts mewithoutYou, As Cities Burn and Letlive. Spanning a 15-year career, Underoath plans to release a retrospective album on Nov. 6, Anthology 1999-2013.

Ty Segall, Ex-Cult Saturday, January 26, at Dada, $10-$13 Ty Segall is a man of many bands, although the garage-rocker is equally as known for his solo performances, which have proven to be top notch in years past. Released on Drag City just yesterday, Twins is Ty's newest brainchild. In the liner notes he writes: "This record is for San Francisco." That may be so, Ty, but let's see what you have to offer Dallas.

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