|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
JILL SOBULE, CALIFORNIA GUITAR TRIO, BOBBY LONG, MARK OLSON, MORE!
SCROLL DOWN FOR THE DETAILS, OR CALL US AT 310-828-4497
Albert Lee grew up in London, and began making music at an early age. He left school at sixteen to turn pro, eventually replacing Jimmy Page in The Crusaders before joining Chris Farlowe and The Thunderbirds in 1964. His proficiency playing country licks on his Telecaster led to more and more session work and, finally, a move to Los Angeles in the '70s. A few years later, Albert was asked by Emmylou Harris to replace James Burton one of his guitar heroes who was leaving for Elvis Presley's band. He joined the Hot Band, and his incredible guitar work came to the fore on the Luxury Liner LP. His career took off from there, and now, four decades later, he's a multiple Grammy winner, and, according to Vince Gill, "One of the finest guitar players who ever walked this earth."
Meanwhile, Dobro, steel guitar, and lap steel player Cindy Cashdollar's career has taken some surprising twists and turns that have led her to work with many leading artists in various genres, including Ryan Adams, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Dave Alvin, Rod Stewart, Asleep At The Wheel, Leon Redbone, BeauSoleil, and Daniel Lanois. Cindy's unerring ability to perfectly complement a song, or step out with a tasteful, imaginative, and exciting solo and to do it in so many musical genres has made her one of the most in-demand musicians on the American roots music scene. Her debut CD, Slide Show, features guest artists comprising a Who's Who from the Americana music landscape. She was inducted into the Texas Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame in 2011 (the first female to be so honored), and The Texas Music Hall Of Fame in 2012. This unbelievable duo is going to rock the house, and you don't want to miss it.
|Sign Up For Our E-Newsletter To Get Weekly
Updates On Concerts And Classes And Such
|2008 MARKED McCABE'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY
AND THE CELEBRATION
CONTINUES AT KCRW
CLICK TO HEAR THE AWARD-WINNING
3-HOUR RADIO DOCUMENTARY, VIEW
A McCABE'S TIMELINE, SLIDESHOW,
AND MUCH MORE AT
Tickets can be purchased EITHER here at McCabe's, OR through our online store, OR by phone with your credit card at (310) 828-4497. There is a $3.00 per ticket service charge for internet and telephone orders.
All ticket sales are ABSOLUTELY FINAL!
There are no refunds or exchanges at any time. Yes, we're nice folks, but
this policy must be maintained, so please make your choices carefully.
Also, please note that THE TAKING OF PHOTOGRAPHS AND ALL OTHER FORMS OF RECORDING ARE STRICTLY PROHIBITED during concerts at McCabe's. Your fellow patrons thank you for your consideration,
as do we.
WHO ELSE HAS PLAYED HERE?
E-MAIL THE CONCERT OFFICE
BACK TO HOME PAGE