Blind Boys Host Lincoln Center Concert Series

RALPH STANLEY, YONDER MOUNTAIN, AARON NEVILLE, JOAN OSBORNE, CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE, & MORE TO APPEAR

Blind Boys of Alabama
Tonight is the second night of a three-night concert series curated by The Blind Boys of Alabama. The three Lincoln Center Festival celebrations showcase The Blind Boys' great range, starting with an opening night concert with Yo La Tengo and Yim Yames of My Morning Jacket. The second concert spotlights country music with Yonder Mountain String Band, Texas Swing sensations Ray Benson and Jason Roberts of Asleep at the Wheel, and bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley performing songs from The Blind Boy's upcoming CD. The final evening, The Blind Boys Family Revival, will feature songs from all of the group's Grammy Award-winning albums and include duets with Aaron Neville, Joan Osborne, Hot 8 Brass Band, Dan Zanes, John Hammond, Charlie Musselwhite, and others to be announced at a later date.

July 14, 8 p.m.
The Unbroken Circle with Dr. Ralph Stanley and Friends
Yonder Mountain String Band
Ray Benson and Jason Roberts of Asleep at the Wheel
Ralph Stanley
Allison Moorer
One hour and 30 minutes; no intermission (approx.)

July 16, 8 p.m.
Blind Boys Family Revival
Aaron Neville
Joan Osborne
Hot 8 Brass Band
Dan Zanes
John Hammond
Charlie Musselwhite
Additional artists to be announced
Two hours and 40 minutes; one 20 minute intermission (approx.)

Alice Tully Hall, 65th Street and Broadway, New York, NY
Tickets: $35, 45 (each concert)

Click here to buy tickets.

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[Published on: 7/14/10]

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