Friday Mar 1st, 2024 @ 08:00 PM

• LOW TICKET ALERT • Boundless Love: A Tribute to John Prine with the Handsome Johnnys

Ticket Price: $28.50 ADVANCE | $33.50 DAY OF SHOW


“Boundless Love: A Tribute to John Prine with the Handsome Johnnys” is an enchanting live experience that pays homage to the legendary John Prine, a luminary in the realm of songwriting. Celebrating the profound legacy of this two-time Grammy-winning artist, revered as one of the greatest folk singer-songwriters of our era, the concert captures the essence of Prine’s musical genius and soul-stirring creations.

The Handsome Johnnys, comprising Phil D’Agostino on bass, Brad Hinton on guitar, Daniel Bower on drums, and the exceptional talents of Bob Beach, Hezekiah Jones, and Paul Wilkinson, serve as the heart and soul of the performance. With their collective artistry, they skillfully recreate the magic that defined Prine’s distinctive sound.

John Prine’s indelible mark on the music industry resonates through his raspy vocals, uncomplicated guitar strumming, and lyrics that seamlessly blend heartfelt sentiments with cutting humor. Having left an enduring impact on listeners worldwide, Prine’s passing in 2020 marked the end of an era. Despite a 13-year hiatus, his final gift to the world, the poignant album “The Tree of Forgiveness,” was released in 2018, encapsulating his enduring ability to connect with audiences on a profound level.

As “Boundless Love” unfolds, the stage becomes a canvas upon which the timeless melodies and evocative lyrics of John Prine come to life. In addition to The Handsome Johnnys, the concert promises a roster of special guests, each contributing their unique interpretations and paying their respects to a musical maestro. It’s not just a performance; it’s a heartfelt celebration of a remarkable artist whose impact transcends time.

Join us for an evening of music that transcends boundaries, a soul-stirring tribute that seeks to capture the boundless love we continue to hold for John Prine and his unparalleled contribution to the tapestry of American folk music.

Visit John Prine’s Website:
Read his Obituary on The Guardian

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