Tori Kelly will bring a new gospel sound to D.C. in October. (Kris Connor/Getty Images for Project Sunshine)

Tori Kelly

Warner Theatre, Oct. 28, $27.50-$43.

Pop singer Tori Kelly announced her second album, “Hiding Place,” only last month, but the gospel-leaning album, out Friday, has already spawned three singles: “Help Us to Love,” “Never Alone” and “Psalm 42.”

Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation.

Paul Holes

Lisner Auditorium, Nov. 4, $40.

Death Becomes Us, D.C.’s first true-crime festival, has added Paul Holes, the detective who helped bring the Golden State Killer to justice, for a talk about his investigative work.

Get tickets: Now, through gwutickets.com.

‘Sweetheart of the Rodeo’ 50th anniversary tour

Strathmore, Dec. 3, $62.50-$132.50.

Psychedelic ’60s rockers The Byrds went country for “Sweetheart of the Rodeo,” which turned 50 last month. Former members Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman are touring in celebration of the record with Marty Stuart & The Fabulous Superlatives.

Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. through strathmore.org.

Lindsey Stirling

The Anthem, Dec. 14, $45-$349.

Lindsey Stirling fuses pop, classical and EDM sounds with an unlikely instrument: the violin. After touring with Evanescence this summer, she’ll bring her ”Wanderland” tour to D.C.

Get tickets: Friday at 10 a.m. via Ticketfly.