Saturday, March 23, 2013

Vail Theatre of the Arts
Tucson, AZ

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Vail Theatre of the Arts
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Phone: 520-879-3925
10701 E. Mary Ann Cleveland Way
Tucson, AZ 85747
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1996 Grammy nominees for Best Traditional Folk Album, Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum, play everything from straight-up bluegrass to traditional country to selections from more contemporary genres. Laurie Lewis has truly established herself as one of the finest, most diversely talented folk artists in traditional American and bluegrass music today. Lewis is a gifted fiddler, deft guitarist, inspired songwriter, and powerfully evocative singer. Lewis and Rozum started performing together in 1987 when he joined her band Grant Street, a talent-laden combo that boosted the careers of string experts like banjo player Tony Furtado and guitarist Scott Nygaard. But after a serious car wreck in Arizona in 1994, the sudden confrontation with mortality led Lewis and Rozum to focus on honing the duo act they’d long thought about pursuing. Nathan McEuen returns to the Vail Theatre of the Arts on the heels of an extremely productive year which included opening for Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood at the Grand Ole Opry. “For All the Good – The McEuen Sessions”, recorded in 2012 with his talented brother, Jonathan McEuen, and their famous father, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s John McEuen, has charted #6 in sales and #1 in customer ratings on Amazon’s Alt-Country chart. Nathan has been a featured artist on Yahoo, Voice of America Radio, XM/Sirius satellite radio, and iTunes. In the past 8 years, Nathan has written and produced five full length CD’s, Grand Design (2005), Festival (2007), Scrapbook (2010), Nathan McEuen (2012), and The McEuen Sessions (2012), and in that time, he has performed with The Steve Martin Band on American Idol Season Finale 8, with Hanna-McEuen on Jay Leno’s Tonight Show, and at The Grand Ole Opry three times. Nathan will be accompanied by former Tucsonan Mark Robertson-Tessi. Mark is a virtuosic multi-instrumentalist whose specialty is mandolin who now lives in Florida.
Ticket Price: Advance $17-$22, At the door $20-$25
Door Time:06:15 pm
Show Time:07:00 pm
Ages:All Ages

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