An Evening of World Blues, 8 p.m., Nov. 5, Anderson Center for the Performing Arts. Enjoy “An Evening of World Blues” from three diverse world perspectives: multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Taj Mahal, with American roots that began over four decades ago; South African native Vusi Mahlasela, known as “The Voice” for his powerful, poetic and optimistic lyrics; and the more rock and roll sound of Fredericks Brown, a band from New Zealand that includes the daughter of Taj Mahal. General public, $45; Binghamton faculty/staff, $40; seniors, $40; students, $22. (Buy a subscription and save 25 percent. Call the box office for details at 607-777-ARTS or visit http://anderson.binghamton.edu.