Live Music Roundup: November’s Biggest Hits


Here in Pasadena, great music is never far from home! Join local venues in welcoming these regional groups performing this November.

Alibi’s Bar and Grill

7935 Elizabeth Road, Pasadena

Join Alibi’s in welcoming The Wild Grey Hairz on November 23 at 9:00pm. A seasoned group of musicians, The Wild Grey Hairz play classic rock music, but have been known to throw in a few songs from today or the 1960s.

For more information on events at Alibi’s, call 443-637-7267.

The Office Bar & Grill

2801 Mountain Road, Pasadena

The Office is welcoming The Shatners to the stage for the first time on November 16 at 9:00pm. Featuring music for all ages and from all eras, the Shatners were founded in 1992. From The Beatles to Prince and Bruno Mars to the Zac Brown Band, The Shatners do it all.

For more information on events at The Office, visit or call 410-255-6540.

Twain’s Tavern

8359 Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Pasadena

Every Friday and Saturday night, Twain’s Tavern features live music at 10:00pm, and the restaurant has happy hour acoustic music every Thursday and Friday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm.

On November 8, The Amish Outlaws are returning to Pasadena. Originally from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, four out of the six “outlaws” never returned to the Amish community from their Rumspringa, where 16-year-old Amish children are sent out to discover the “English world” free of rules. After discovering their love of music, the band was formed in 2003, and they have been covering their favorite songs since.

This will be both a concert and a cultural experience. Come out for a night of fun, music and to see men perform in full Amish garb.

Another local favorite, The Reagan Years, will perform on November 15.

Founded in 1996, The Reagan Years are a popular 1980s tribute band from Frederick, Maryland. This is the perfect show for anyone who misses the days of music on MTV, Bon Jovi, Madonna, Duran Duran, Def Leppard and Billy Idol.

Vinyl Rhino will perform on November 22. With a high-energy cover band, this show promises to play something for everyone. The performance will feature music from all genres, as long as the songs are something that anyone can dance to.

For more information on live shows at Twain’s, visit or call 410-647-5200.


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