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Chicago blues pioneer Buddy Guy, whose pedigree has influenced the likes of Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix, will share a stage with 32-year-old blue-gospel singer Jonny Lang.
The Seattle-based white rappers and hitmakers behind the infectious "Thrift Shop," "Can't Hold Us" and the same-sex anthem, "Same Love," bring their tour to Miami.
Kayne's 23-city tour marks the hip-hop artist's first solo dates since 2008, and he'll be promoting his brash and aggressive sixth album, "Yeezus," with opening act Kendrick Lamar.
Frontwoman Brittany Howard's powerful vocals alone help the band's debut album, "Boys and Girls," rise to the occasion, but the Grammy-nominated holds their own with a soulful punch of blues and garage rock.
Lauderdale Live at Huizenga Plaza (32 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale) all day Dec. 7 and Dec. 8. $79-$379. Lauderdalelivemusic.com
The two-day inaugural festival unfurling at the waterfront-facing Huizenga Plaza will be headlined by Grammy winners Huey Lewis and the News, on a bill with Grammy-winner Lyle Lovett, Matt Kearney, Drew Holcomb, Lee DeWyze, Sons of Bill and others.
Misfits at Grand Central Miami (697 N. Miami Ave., Miami), 8 p.m. Dec. 14. $18-$20. 305-377-2277 or GrandCentralMiami.com.
The horror-punk pioneers fronted by Jerry Only will play all the classic hits you'd expect, but do not mistake them for the riotous incarnation led by Glenn Danzig. They're a different, if no less charismatic, kind of beast.
Y100 Jingle Ball at the BB&T Center (1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise), 7:30 p.m. Dec. 20. 7:30 p.m. $56-$266. 954-835-7000 or TheBBTCenter.com.
Miley Cyrus and her twerking partner-in-crime, Robin Thicke, will headline the Top-40 radio station's annual holiday gathering. Other performers include Enrique Iglesias, Fall Out boy, Austin Mahone, Demi Lovato, Avril Lavigne, Flo Rida and others.
Jay Z at the BB&T Center (1 Panther Parkway, Sunrise), 8 p.m. Jan. 2. $28.75-$146.25. 954-835-7000 or TheBBTCenter.com.
Last in town for his "Legends of the Summer" double-bill with Justin Timberlake in July, the multiplatinum-selling Hova, now promoting his Magna Carta World Tour, may have 99 problems but returning to South Florida isn't one.