Six concerts, VIP seating, free events, $175
The Pick Six Music
Sunday, Dec. 7
WILLIAMS "The Honesty Room" 20th Anniversary
Tour with special guests
Mouths of Babes
Only about 75 seats are available for this concert. Please consider
purchasing in advance.
Williams returns to The
Sanctuary to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her breakthrough album,
"The Honesty Room," by performing that classic album in its entirety.
Dar's great popularity is the result of her winningly literate
and heartfelt songs, in which she delivers wry observations about
religion, gender roles, and middle-class life through accessible and
deeply personal stories.
Her style combines coffeehouse folk and folk-rock, suffused throughout
with socially conscious lyrics. With Sanctuary favorites Richard
Shindell and Lucy Kaplansky, Dar was a member of the folk
supergroup Cry Cry Cry.
Mouths of Babes are
the duo of Ty Greenfield (from Girlyman) and Ingrid
Elizabeth (of Coyote Grace). These two big-spirited "out"
songwriters not only harmonize on each others' songs, but are also engaged
to be married!
10 8PM in
FRANK VIGNOLA Guitar Summit and Django Birthday Bash!
Vignola is a
jaw-dropping guitarist who melds gypsy jazz, bluegrass, toe-tapping
swing and front porch picking into
eclectic, upbeat sound all his own. The late Les Paul named
him "one of my Five Most Admired Guitarists," and he has
toured and recorded with everyone from Madonna, Elton John,
and Ringo Starr to Lionel Hampton, Donald Fagen, Queen
Latifah, David Grisman, and Bucky Pizzarelli.
this special Guitar Summit and Django 104th Birthday Bash,
Frank will be joined by two other white-hot players.
Caiola is best known
for his jangly guitar playing on the theme songs for "Bonanza"
and "The Magnificent Seven." But, that's also Al you
hear playing on hundreds of hits, from Glen Campbell's Galveston
to Simon & Garfunkel's Mrs. Robinson to Del Shannon's
Annick is a jazz
violinist and mandolinist best known for his work with gypsy jazz
guitarist John Jorgenson's band and the gypsy jazz combo New Hot
Club of America.
Frank, Al, Jason and rhythm guitarist Vinny Rainolo to deliver
white-hot versions of American standards, gypsy jazz jams, and even
jazzified covers of Mozart and Black Sabbath!
Friday April 10 8PM in
releasing her debut album 25 years ago,
Shawn Colvin has won
three Grammy awards (including Album of the Year and Song
of the Year for "Sunny Came Home") and five Grammy
nominations. Her songs have been
in major motion pictures (including the cult favorite The Big
Lebowskiand the Disney film Tangled), and she's even
acted in the HBO show Treme and as the voice of Rachel Jordan
on The Simpsons. Her autobiography, Diamonds in the
Rough, was published in 2012.
newest release, All Fall Down, was recorded in Buddy Miller's
home studio and features guest appearances from Emmylou Harris,
Alison Kraus, and Jakob Dylan. Her previous album,
Shawn Colvin Live, was nominated for a Grammy Award for
Best Contemporary Folk Album.
We are thrilled to welcome Shawn back to The Sanctuary.
April 11 8PM in
RUSH and Friends
Tom Rush established himself as one of
the shaping forces of the acoustic music scene with his
groundbreaking 1965 Elektra album, "The Circle Game," which is
credited by Rolling Stone with ushering in the singer-songwriter era
-- and he hasn't
slowed down since. In addition to writing folk classics like "No
Regrets," Tom discovered and nurtured scores of younger
songwriters, including James Taylor, Jackson Browne, and Joni
Mitchell, whom he heard playing as an unknown in a Detroit
rich career has now been captured in a documentary film,
No Regrets, currently
screening at film festivals before its release.
captured in the film, one feature of Tom's career has been his
"Club 47" performances, in which he shares the stage with select
emerging artists. In the spirit of those performances, this
concert will include appearances by some new discoveries, to be
named as the date gets closer.
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