Everyone has an opinion about James Taylor. The multiple Grammy Award winner has sold more than 100 million albums in a 50-year career pocked with drug addiction, writer’s block and critical drubbings, his weedy croon and delicately picked acoustic guitar exemplifying the singer-songwriter genre in ways both good and bad. But from his early days on The Beatles’ Apple label, to his iconic ’70s hits “Fire and Rain” and “Shower the People,” to latter-day album successes such as the introspective Hourglass, Taylor has always been his own man. He and his All-Star Band will bring the mellow to Richmond Coliseum on Nov. 24. 8 p.m. $67 to $87. 780-4970 or richmondcoliseum net.