José Feliciano

Updated 1/30/2013

Tuesday: The Dakota is the place to be for Puerto Rican guitar virtuosity.

A file photo of Jose Feliciano.

JOSÉ FELICIANO

7 & 9 p.m. • Dakota Jazz Club • $35-$70

Feliciano is best known for his hit version of the Doors' "Light My Fire," his Christmas classic "Feliz Navidad" and his controversial interpretation of "The Star Spangled Banner" at the 1968 World Series. At 67, the singer/guitarist is still working those three songs. In fact, he did the national anthem -- Feliciano style -- before Game 1 of the National League Championship Series last October. Feliciano's latest English album is "The King," a tribute to Elvis Presley. JON BREAM

JACKIE EVANCHO

7:30 p.m. • State Theatre • $40-$115

When you hear her voice, witness her poise and listen to her sophisticated approach, it's difficult to believe that Evancho is only 12. The "America's Got Talent"-launched classical/pop crossover star from Pittsburgh is focusing on material from last year's "Songs from the Silver Screen," including "My Heart Will Go On" (from "Titanic"), "Music of the Night" ("Phantom of the Opera") and "Reflection" ("Mulan"). J.B.