|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
LUCY KAPLANSKY, KATE TAYLOR, LOUISE GOFFIN, ROBYN HITCHCOCK, MORE!
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Thirty-five years after Steve Forbert's first release, the muse of a true romantic continues to burn. Over With You, his 14th studio album, points out the lyrical brilliance of Forbert, an expert in capturing the essence of human interaction since bursting onto the global music scene in 1978. "The album's very personal, mainly about the friction in relationships...as in mine," says Forbert. That first release, Alive On Arrival, now considered a classic, was recently featured in the book Please Allow Me To Introduce Myself. Originally from Meridian, Miss., Steve traveled to New York in 1976 and played for spare change in Grand Central Station while seeking work in the local folk venues. The crowds at CBGB's accepted his performances as much as the audiences in traditional clubs and theaters. He vaulted to international prominence with his second album, Jackrabbit Slim, which went gold behind the hit single, "Romeo's Tune", and his tribute to Jimmie Rodgers, Any Old Time, was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2004. "I didn't invent folk-rock or country rock, I was keeping a particular American tradition alive," Forbert says. His lengthy discography has established him as an American treasure. Don't miss the up-and-coming songwritng duo of Brace & Cooper, who will open the show.
Inspired by Leo Kottke to take up guitar, this former viola student is a monster player who also happens to write great songs. Tori Amos said Porter "plays rhythms that make me want to crawl into his guitar." Find out what she was talking about, and why he sells out almost every time he plays here. Just added to the bill is the amazing Tony Furtado, making this a can't-miss double bill.
For years, Tom Chapin has been both a Pied Piper and pioneer of quality family music. He has received countless awards, including three Grammys and Parents' Choice Gold and Silver Awards. Tom's magical performances bring warmth and joy to all our hearts. Please join us for this very special morning!
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