Aug. 24 in
NICK LOWE with special guest
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than 50 seats are available for this concert. Please consider
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Lowe has made his mark as a producer
(Elvis Costello-Graham Parker-Pretenders-The Damned), songwriter of at
least three songs you know by heart, short-lived
career as a pop star, and a lengthy term as a musicians’ musician. But
in his current ‘second act’ as a silver-haired, tender-hearted but
sharp-tongued singer-songwriter, he has no equal. Nick brings wit
and understated excellence to every performance, leading Ben Ratliff
of the New York Times to describe his live show as “elegant and
Nick's special guest is
two-time Grammy-nominated Nashville songwriter,
Kim co-wrote two number one hits; the Grammy-nominated “Believe Me
Baby I Lied” for Trisha Yearwood and “Nobody Wins” for Radney Foster,
as well as songs for The Dixie Chicks, Brooks & Dunn and Patty
Sept. 7 in
PAULA COLE Acoustic Trio with special guest
Paula Cole broke out big
with her 1996 Warner Brothers album This Fire, which made her
the first solo woman ever nominated for a "Producer of the Year"
Grammy and included two enduring hit songs: "Where Have All the
Cowboys Gone?" and "I Don't Want to Wait" (now the theme
song for the WB
series "Dawson's Creek"). She's been
seven Grammys and won the Grammy Award for “Best New Artist.”
Paula has been applauded as "a
feisty poet with a soaring voice and a funky groove"
(Entertainment Weekly); "An extraordinary songwriter with a
gorgeous voice" (Rolling Stone) and "an original voice both in
what she is saying and how she is saying it." (Peter Gabriel).
Jesse Terry is an
award-winning songwriter who inspired one presenter to say, "If
you've listened to classic Jackson Browne or James Taylor or Paul
Simon and wondered why no one writes like that any more, well, Jesse
Sept. 28 in
KATHY MATTEA "Callin' Me Home"
Two-time Grammy winner and CMA
Female Vocalist of The Year Kathy
Mattea has spent three decades among the pantheon of
alt-country pioneers, from her first #1 hit "Goin' Gone" to her
top-ten recording of Nanci Griffiths' "Love At The Five and Dime,"
CMA and ACM Single of the Year "Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses"
and Grammy-winning Best Vocal Performance "Where've You Been." Her greatest-hits
collection went platinum. More recently, Kathy has gone back to
explore her Appalachian roots, in her 2008 album Coal and in
her newest release, Callin' Me Home. Kathy will appear
with her acoustic quartet.
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