Tom Paxton & the DonJuans

$48.00

TOM PAXTON

After 56 years of performing around the world and writing and recording innumerable songs and  recordings, Tom Paxton has found yet another outlet for his creativity; he has joined his friends  and song-writing colleagues Jon Vezner and Don Henry––known collectively as The Don  Juans––in a writing and performing experience calculated to keep them too busy to get into  trouble. A trembling world awaits the results.  

JON VEZNER 

Grammy award-winning songwriter, Nashville-based Jon Vezner is a tunesmith of rare  sensitivity and dry wit. His catalogue of recorded songs, topped by the poignant “Where’ve You  Been,” reflects his straight-to-the-heart sensibility and emotional awareness. Vezner weaves the  particulars of his own feelings with the lives of people he has known into universal themes that  deeply touch listeners’ emotions. 

DON HENRY

In Morgan Hill, California in the early 70’s, records like “The Band” by The Band and “Honky  Chateau” by Elton John prompted Don Henry to begin writing his own lyrics to Jim Croce  melodies. Then he learned to play guitar with a Paul Simon songbook. After that it was an  education in The Beatles, Cat Stevens, Harry Nilsson, Carole King, Cat Stevens, and Joni  Mitchell.  

  

Then Randy Newman’s ‘Good Old Boys’ and ‘Old Number One’ by Guy Clark changed his life.  In April of 1979, at 19, Don made his way to Nashville.  

After spending 4 years as the tape copy/librarian for Tree Publishing Company, cataloging some  of the best songs by some of the best songwriters in Nashville (Sonny Throckmorton, Bobby  Braddock, Harlan Howard, and Curly Putman), Don’s own songs started getting recorded and  he was moved to full-time staff songwriter. Ray Charles, Conway Twitty, the Oak Ridge Boys,  T.G. Sheppard, John Conlee and Kathy Mattea are just a few who recorded Don’s songs during  this period.  

In stock

Ticketing Fee $4.75
Total Payable Amount $52.75
Category:

Description

McCabe’s Guitar Shop requires masks to be worn for all entry on to the premises. For the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, PROOF OF VACCINATION will also be required to attend concerts. This policy extends to all staff and performers.
We appreciate your understanding while we take the necessary steps to preserve the safe and comfortable environment that our intimate listening room has provided for over 50 years. All ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, the show will be rescheduled or store credit will be issued.

COVID-19 Acknowledgement & Liability Waiver
Also, please note: taking photographs and all other forms of recording are strictly prohibited during concerts at McCabe’s.® The artists and your fellow patrons thank you for your consideration, as do we.

COVID-19 Acknowledgement & Liability Waiver

As a precondition to your admission onto the premises of McCabe’s Guitar Shop (“Company”) for any Concert OR Group Lesson (the “Event”), you and Company agree to the following:

You understand that Company has endeavored to comply with applicable governmental and public health guidance to create a safe environment for staff, performers, attendees, and other visitors to the Event. You understand that COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease transmitted through human contact and respiratory droplets (including through the air and via common surfaces), that it is possible that you may contract COVID-19 while at the Event, and that contracting COVID-19 could lead to sickness or death.

You assume all risk in connection with your admission to the Event. In consideration for Company allowing you admission onto the premises for the Event, on behalf of you and all of your heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, you hereby waive and release any and all claims that you could bring against Company, any of its affiliates, or any of Company’s or its affiliates’ respective owners, shareholders, partners, members, executives, officers, directors, employees, or other personnel (collectively, the “Company Parties”) in any arbitration or court proceeding, including any cases arising from the Company Parties’ own negligence, except as prohibited by law. You promise not to sue any of the Company Parties in any court or arbitration based on any claim released or waived hereunder, either individually or as part of any group or class, and further promise not to authorize any other individual or non-governmental entity to pursue claims on your behalf.

You represent and warrant that (a) you fully understand the terms, conditions, and significance of this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver and its binding effect; (b) you understand that you are waiving legal rights and remedies, including but not limited to any negligence or “tort” claims you otherwise could pursue; (c) you are competent to manage your affairs and enter into this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver; (d) you are entering into this COVID-19 Acknowledgement and Liability Waiver knowingly, voluntarily, and without any pressure by any of the Company Parties; and (e) you have not assigned any of the claims waived hereunder to any other person or entity.

Terms & Conditions

– At this time and in accordance with LA County’s COVID-19 safety measures, McCabe’s Guitar Shop requires masks to be worn for all entry on to the premises.  BY entering onto the premises you agree to comply and assume all liability.
– For the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff, PROOF OF VACCINATION will also be required to attend concerts. This policy extends to all staff and performers. We appreciate your understanding while we take the necessary steps to preserve the safe and comfortable environment that our intimate listening room has provided for over 50 years.
– All <b>ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, the show will be rescheduled or store credit will be issued.
– All other items are available for a full refund within 10 days of purchase.
– Consignment items and and any other items marked, “Final Sale” cannot be returned.

Event Details

Please note that all concert-goers will be subject to any current health and safety regulations put in place by the CDC, The State of California, or by McCabe’s itself. The health and safety of our patrons, employees, and artists is our top priority. Thank you in advance for your understanding and participation.

Date: June 24, 2022 | 8 PM

Start time: 08:00 p.m. PDT

End time: 10:00 p.m. PDT

Venue: McCabes Guitar Shop

Phone: (310) 828-4497

Email: mccabes@mccabes.com