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FOUR NEW SHOWS ON SALE!

Posted on September 22, 2017 in Featured Blog Post

The Badfinger’s Straight Up starring Joey Molland
October 23 & 24 | 7pm
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It’s the 45th anniversary of the greatest album by Badfinger, 1972’s Straight Up, and the band’s legendary guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist Joey Molland –along with his dynamic band–brings the album to the stage in a bracing live show. Featuring 5 tracks written by Joey, Q magazine described Straight Up as “brimming with mature melodies and bracing verse/chorus interplay,” while NME deemed it “[a] stone cold beauty of an album” and advised: “Love it like your mother …”

 

Southside Johnny & Asbury Jukes
March 5 & 6 | 7pm
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Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes first achieved prominence in the mid-1970s, emerging from the same New Jersey Shore music scene as his now legendary contemporary and friend Bruce Springsteen. With their classic blend of hard-core R&B and street-level rock, molten grooves, soulful guitar licks and blistering horn section, Johnny and his Jukes continue to put their unique stamp on the Jersey Shore sound, while recalling the glory years of Otis Redding and similar Stax Records titans.

 

Cécile McLorin Salvant
March 7 | 7pm & 9pm
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“She’s the latest answer to the question of what jazz has to do with you. New York Times

Cécile performs unique interpretations of unknown and scarcely recorded jazz and blues compositions. She focuses on a theatrical portrayal of the jazz standard and composes music and lyrics which she also sings in French, her native language as well as in Spanish. She enjoys popularity in Europe and in the United States, performing in clubs, concert halls, and festivals

 

Tinsley Ellis Album Release Party
March 17 | 7pm
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Southern blues-rocker Tinsley Ellis may speak no evil, but he sings and plays with the conviction of, as Billboard wrote, “…a man possessed.” Over the course of eleven albums and literally thousands of live performances, Ellis easily ranks as one of today’s most electrifying blues-rock guitarists and vocalists. He approaches his music with rock power and blues feeling, in the same tradition as his Deep South musical heroes Duane Allman and Freddie King and his old friends Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes. Atlanta Magazine declared Ellis “the most significant blues artist to emerge from Atlanta since Blind Willie McTell.”