July Music: Hancock, Cullum and Paramore – three concerts you don’t want to miss

A permanent fixture of the alternative rock scene since 2004, the Tennessee pop-punk band Paramore have of late managed to break into mainstream music.

For over a decade front girl Hayley Williams has wowed dedicated crowds with her ever-changing hair colour, emo-inspired lyrics and enthusiastic charisma on hits such as ‘Ain’t It Fun’ and ‘Ignorance’.

The band shot to fame in 2005, drawing inspiration from major influences ranging from No Doubt to Jimmy Eat World.

Ex-original guitarist Zac Farro is rumoured to be rejoining the line-up in time for the performance, following his departure in 2010 due to disagreements regarding the direction of the band.

Attendees can look forward to popular classic hits coupled with new releases from their fifth studio album, ‘After Laughter’.

Jamie Cullum
July 16, 20:00; DR Koncerthuset; 495kr

He’s been nominated for three Brit Awards, a Golden Globe and a Grammy, and this August the extraordinary jazz-inspired musician is embarking on his 2017 European Tour. The twice-crowned GQ Man of the Year promises to bring his unique flair and unmatchable talent to the CPH Jazz Festival this summer.

Herbie Hancock
July 13, 20:00; DR Koncerthuset; 495kr

If jazz is your thing, don’t miss this multi-award winning legendary jazz musician whose accolades include the Miles Davis Quintet and successful albums produced by legendary jazz label Blue Note. The Chicago-born artist was a longstanding member of the Headhunters and contributed to the production of the first jazz album to go platinum.