Star-studded benefits, legendary heroes, including Billy Joel, and promising newcomers will pack the New York City concert schedule through the end of the year. Here are 10 of the must-see shows:

OCTOBER"ALL FOR THE HALL"Best Buy Theater, 1515 Broadway,

Manhattan, Oct. 6

Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Brad Paisley, Paul Simon and Carrie Underwood will perform at the benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame. $100; 212-930-1950,

RICKY MARTINMadison Square Garden, Oct. 8

His "One World" tour celebrates the fact that his recent single "Adiós" is as catchy as "Livin' La Vida Loca." $29-$150.50; 212-465-6741,

TOBIAS JESSO JR.Music Hall of Williamsburg,

66 N. Sixth St., Brooklyn, Oct. 14

The Canadian singer-songwriter brings his piano-based songs from his sparkling debut "Goon" to life on his first major American tour. $25; 718-486-5400,

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DISCLOSUREMadison Square Garden, Oct. 24

The producers and DJs behind much of the "London Soul" sound, including the hits "Latch" and "Omen" with Sam Smith, arrive stateside with a massive tour. $35-$85; 212-465-6741,

THE WHOMadison Square Garden, Oct. 27

Will this be The Who's final farewell? Hard to say, but with Joan Jett & the Blackhearts as openers, it's bound to be one hard-rocking night. $49.50-$154.50; 212-465-6741,

NOVEMBERSHAMIRBowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St.,

Manhattan, Nov. 16-17

One of the most inventive new performers around, the 20-year-old from Las Vegas dazzled with his single "On the Regular." $20 ($18 in advance); 212-260-4700,

PUBLIC IMAGE LTD.Best Buy Theater, 1515 Broadway,

Manhattan, Nov. 16

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After all these years, anger is still an energy. And people still get excited when John Lydon spits on them. $39.50; 212-930-1950,

THE WEEKNDMadison Square Garden, Nov. 16

No one is hotter than The Weeknd right now, between his chart-topping single "Can't Feel My Face" and his blockbuster album "Beauty Behind the Madness." $39.50-$125; 212-465-6741, Also at Barclays Center on Nov. 18-19.

STEVIE WONDERMadison Square Garden, Nov. 24

It's always a treat to see the legendary singer-songwriter, but this tour is extra special because he will perform his classic "Songs in the Key of Life" album in its entirety. $49.50-$165; 212-465-6741,

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DECEMBERJIMMY BUFFETTBarclays Center, Brooklyn, Dec. 31

Replace your New Year's Eve Champagne with some margaritas this year, Parrotheads. TBA; 917-618-6700,