Are you in the mood for live music? Do you want to catch a few Colorado shows before winter really sets in? Several fantastic shows will roll through the state in November. Here are ten you might want to catch.

Festival season is over, and the big outdoor concerts are on hiatus. That is not necessarily bad news, though. How about enjoying shows in a more intimate setting at some of Colorado's best rooms?

There's something to be said about enjoying a few indie groups. Then again, seeing a Country legend in a smaller hall is awesome, too. Here are ten Colorado shows for your consideration.

  • 1

    Trans-Siberian Orchestra

    Broadmore World Arena - Colorado Springs on November 19

    Ask anyone who has ever seen this show, and they will all tell you the same thing - You don't want to miss it.

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  • 2

    Theory of a Deadman

    Gothic Theater - Denver on November 11

    Colorado loves Theory of a Deadman. This show is coming up quick, so don't delay.

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  • 3

    Victor Wooten

    Gothic Theatre - Denver on November 8

    Victor Wooten is a stud. Most of the best bass players in the world consider him to be the BEST bass player in the world. I had a chance to hang out with him for a week at his ranch outside of Nashville. Super cool guy, and monster musician.

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    Reverend Horton Heat

    Globe Hall - Denver on November 17

    Grand Junction loves this act. The Globe Hall in Denver is very cool. Put them together, and you have an incredible show.

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  • 5

    Mary Chapin Carpenter

    Stanley Hotel - Fort Collins on November 10 and 11

    Mary Chapin Carpenter is a good friend of audiences in Western Colorado. She'll be in the state before long. Make the trip to see her.

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  • 6

    Chris Isaak

    Cheyenne Civic Center - Fort Collins on November 27

    Chris Isaak is known to be a world-class live show. He'll be in Colorado before the month is over. What a great way to enjoy the holiday season.

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    Big Head Todd and the Monsters

    Avalon Theatre - Grand Junction on November 29

    Big Head Todd and the Monsters have become one of Western Colorado's favorite bands. They'll make their way to the historic Avalon Theatre, and that's a show you wont' want to miss.

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    The White Buffalo

    Belly Up - Aspen on November 17

    The White Buffalo is the professional moniker and stage name of American musician and singer/songwriter Jake Smith. He's all over Colorado, with this being his closest show to the Western Slope.

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    Front Country

    Lost Lake Lounge - Golden on November 9

    Front Country is "An acoustic band born in the land of tech innovation." They are on a never-ending tour taking them across Colorado in November, and through the mid-west and into the New England area in December.

  • 10

    Elephant Revival

    Lincoln Center - Fort Collins on November 25

    According to their official website, "The six souls in Elephant Revival are Bonnie Paine (washboard, djembe, musical saw, stompbox); Bridget Law (fiddle, octave fiddle); Charlie Rose (banjo, pedal steel, guitar, horns, cello, double bass); Dango Rose (double bass, mandolin, banjo); Daniel Rodriguez (guitar, banjo, double bass); Darren Garvey (percussionist)." During the early part of November they will be touring the upper east coast. Later in the month, they'll make their way to Colorado for several dates.