Tucson Theatre is bringing rock icons and classic crooners to Tucson for its 2017-18 season that also includes a martial arts and acrobatics troupe, a jazz giant, a ghost whisperer and a dynamic duo whose music helped shape and define the 1960s-70s.

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The 2017-18 lineup:

• Kansas, Sept. 6: For the first time in its 43-year history, Kansas will perform its hit six-times multiplatinum album "Leftoverture" in its entirety. The 1976 album includes arguably the band's biggest hit "Carry On Wayward Son," but it also has the incredible 8-plus minute, six-movement "Magnum Opus." The concert includes newer material including from the band's 2016 album "The Prelude Implicit."

• Three Dog Night, Sept. 17: This band is celebrating five decades of hit making — no one has matched the band's record 21 consecutive songs on Billboard's Top 40 from 1969-74 —  on its 2017-18 tour. Expect this to be an evening of those hits sung by founding vocalist Danny Hutton. 

• The Magpie Salute, Sept. 19: Rich Robinson and Marc Ford from The Black Crowes are teaming up on this new venture. 

• Jesse Colin Young & Martin Barre Band, Sept. 23: Legendary Phoenix concert promoter Danny Zelisko is bringing in Jesse Colin Young, perhaps best known for his role in the '60s pop band The Youngbloods.

• Martial Artists & Acrobats of Tianjin, Oct. 3: This group hails from China and is renown for its artistry in illusions, martial arts, circus skills and acrobatics.

• Take Me To The River Live presents "Memphis Soul: A Rhythm and Blues Revue," Oct. 5: Featuring William Bell, Bobby Rush and Charlie Musselwhite perform a live take on the award-winning film and record that brought the trio together.

• Irma Thomas, The Blind Boys of Alabama & The Preservation Hall Legacy Quintet, Oct. 8: A little jazz, a little gospel make for an evening of soul and spirit.

• Shawn Colvin: A Few Small Repairs Tour, Oct. 16. The Grammy-winning folkie is a Tucson fave.

• Home Free, Oct. 18: We've seen pop a capella groups play Tucson; now we get the country version, a five-man band dipping into Nashville pop, neo-classical and standards without the help of guitars, banjos or drums.

• Stephen Stills and Judy Collins in annual "Chasing Rainbows Gala," Oct. 22. The legendary pair, whose friendship goes back 50 years, headline the annual Fox Tucson Theatre Foundation fundraiser concert.

Sarah Jarosz snagged a pair of Grammys early this year for the album "Undercurrent" and its single "House of Mercy."

• Sarah Jarosz, Oct. 24: Country singer-songwriter comes to us fresh from a double-Grammy win: for Best Folk Album and Best American Roots Performance for her haunting "House Of Mercy."

• James Van Praagh, Oct. 27: His the real life ghost whisperer with all the New York Times bestselling books to back him up. 

This is a 1969 photo of rock singer Janis Joplin. A musical of her life is now touring. 

• "A Night with Janis Joplin," Oct. 29: The musical based on her life.  at Fox Tucson, October 29th

• "Capturing Pablo," Nov. 2: Quite possibly one of the most interesting discussions you will hear this year, featuring DEA agents Javier Pena and Steve Murphy taking about taking s that brought down the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar.

• Paula Poundstone, Nov. 18: She likes us, what can we say. The comedian makes Tucson a regular stop on her annual tours.

• Tango Buenos Aires in "The Spirit of Argentina," Nov. 21: The dance troupe explores their native Argentina through dance, voice and music.

• Irish Christmas in America, Nov. 26: Singing, dancing and merging two cultures — Irish and American — into a festive evening.
• "A Very Electric Christmas," Dec. 14: Lightwire Theater’s family-friendly holiday show features classic Christmas caroles and tunes.

• Merry-Achi Christmas, Dec. 15: A mariachi-themed holiday show with Mariachi sol de Mexico de Jóse Hernandez.

• Blues Big Bad VooDoo Daddy "Wild & Swingin' Christmas," Dec. 21: Hey let's stick with the holiday theme, this time with some classic revivalist swing.

• "In the Christmas Mood: A Holiday Music Spectacular," Dec. 22: Featuring Jesse Berger, Laura Berger, Brian Levario and Crystal Stark.

• The Fab Four: Ultimate Beatles Tribute, Jan. 20: Tribute to the Brit-rockers who started it all. 

• The Ten Tenors, "Wish You Were Here," Feb. 27: Featuring the music of David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, Prince,A my Winehouse, John Lennon, Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury, Whitney Houston and others.

• The Cheiftains, Feb. 28: Ireland's ambassadors of contemporary and traditional Irish and Celtic music, as well as the Emerald Isle's culture.

The traditional Irish folk band is coming back to Tucson.

• Miles Electric Band, March 4: An 11-member modern jazz ensemble that includes Miles Davis alumni. Progressive, avant-garde, experimental and standard from Davis' electric catalogue. 

• Arlo Guthrie, March 28: The Guthrie family — Arlo, Abe and Sarah — will celebrate Arlo and Woody’s legacy in an evening of songs and stories.

• TAO: Drum Heart, April 24: The internationally-acclaimed percussion ensemble showcases the ancient art of Japanese drumming. 

Contact reporter Cathalena E. Burch at cburch@tucson.com or 573-4642. On Twitter @Starburch