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Nov 26
2011

Umphrey's McGee play at The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

The Kooks play at The Vic Theatre, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Jackie Greene plays the second of two nights at The Fillmore, San Francisco, California, USA. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

The Streets play their last ever gig at The Big Reunion Festival in Butlins, Skegness, UK. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Rare, unseen footage from a concert on Michael Jackson's Dangerous tour in 1993 fails to sell at an auction in The Fame Bureau auction house, London, UK. The only copy of the film, shot from the stage at a concert in Argentina, had been gifted to Jackson's chauffeur, who put it up for auction. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

The Cure play the second of three nights at The Beacon Theatre, New York City, USA. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Lanterns On The Lake play at The Brundell Social Club, Leeds, UK. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Blues-rock guitarist Popa Chubby ends a European tour at The Picturedrome, Holmfirth, UK. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Jazz guitar legend Pat Metheny plays the first of two nights at Hangar 11, Tel Aviv, Israel. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

On her Femme Fatale tour, Britney Spears plays at The Simon Bolivar Park, Bogota, Colombia, South America. (2011)

Nov 26
2011

Bob Hare, founder and owner of The Insomniac Cafe, Hermosa Beach, California, USA, dies aged 80 of natural causes. The Insomniac Cafe, over the years, featured live music by artists including Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry, Dave Van Ronk, The Chambers Brothers, Linda Ronstadt, Rambling Jack Elliot, Carson and Van Dyke Parks, Richard and Jim with Steve Young, Long Gone Miles with Willy Chambers, Mel Carter, Lord Buckley and also numerous folk quartets. (2011)