Johnny Cash Tribute
Saturday, August 16th at 7:30
Johnny Cash & Patsy Cline Tribute Concert featuring Johnny Price & the Rhythm Riders and Dee Price present two tributes in one show; The Johnny Cash Tribute that closes the show and the Patsy Cline Tribute that opens the show. Their “Back in Black” Johnny Cash showcase is a world-class show that is wowing audiences everywhere they perform.
With their dedication to preserving the original “Cash” sound and Johnny Price’s uncanny visual and vocal portrayal of the “Man in Black” himself, WS Holland, Johnny Cash’s drummer of thirty-seven years came to California to perform with the band in 2008 and immediately invited them to come back to Tennessee to perform with him. About the band WS Holland said “Johnny Price and The Rhythm Riders is the best Cash tribute band I’ve ever heard. They are as good as the original. It doesn’t get any better than The Rhythm Riders--”
The Rhythm Riders Patsy Cline tribute features award-winning vocalist Dee Price. It is a masterful recreation of the legendary country music artist Patsy Cline. Dee captures the unique style of one of America’s greatest female vocalists while The Rhythm Riders give attention to every detail, from the creative musical arrangements to the melodic harmonies. Reserved seats $24 Click here to purchase tickets
Todd Haaby with Sola Via
Friday, August 22nd at 7:30
Celebrating their 10 anniversary of music Todd Haaby and his group Sola Via will be coming to the Woodland Opera House August 22 for a hometown concert. Over the past 10 years this International Award Winning Latin guitarist and his group have gone from playing small cafes and restaurants to becoming a major name in the music industry headlining at some of the most prestigious music festivals as well as numerous sold out shows up and down the coast. This concert will be with Todd's full group which consists of Latin percussionist Michael Fields, Milo Estrada on Spanish guitar, George Bouhey on piano, Warren Zaiger on fretless bass, award winning Saxophone player Andy Warr and concert Violinist Michael Cruz.
All seats reserved at $24. Click here to purchase your reserved seats
The Beatles Band...
Saturday, September 6th at 7:30
Mania (formally Because since 2005) is a Beatles experience just as you would have witnessed during the 1960's. Included are period outfit changes, chatter among the band, mannerisms and Beatles music that is as close to the originals as you will ever witness. Because is not a band that simply sings Beatles songs, but is a complete Beatles Show. A true Beatles Experience from Ed Sullivan songs, Sgt. Peppers & beyond.... The Best of the Beatles!
Reserved seats $24, children 12 and under $15.Click here to purchase tickets
A Musical About the Economy
Music by Vatrena King, Book and Lyrics by Catherine Hurd
Play-Reading and Concert
One Night ONLY!
Sunday, September 28th at 7:30
Zuccotti Park, a musical about economics in America, is set at its namesake location, Zuccotti Park, in New York City during the Occupy protests of late 2011. It was here that a broad cross section of Americans, whose lives were changed by the economic collapse, met to make their voices heard. In the play, two soldiers, Cooper and Washington, stumble upon the protest while on leave from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. Cooper, a farm boy from Iowa, gets caught up in a scuffle between the protesters and the police when he tries to help a young woman, Kate, who has been pepper sprayed. Cooper ends up in jail with the protesters. While there, Cooper finds he is attracted to Kate, despite the fact that they disagree on almost everything. After Cooper, Kate and the protesters are bailed out; Cooper accepts Kate’s invitation to help him find his way back to Zuccotti Park to meet up with his friend, Washington. Throughout the play, we learn the back-stories of the protesters as well as the points of view of people who profit from the system. Each story and point of view contributes to our understanding of the complex web that is the economic system in America. The main story of Cooper and the protesters comes to a head when the police raid the Occupy camp at Zuccotti Park and dismantle it. All reserved seats $10.00.
Cowboy Poetry and Music with
Sourdough Slim, The old West Trio and Jim King Cowboy Poet
Saturday, October 11th at 7:30
Jim King - Cowboy Poet - Jim's interest in cowboy poetry began in 1986 when he was given a book of poems that dated back to the 1920's. Jim now performs cowboy poetry near and far, but still tends to his ranch near Chico, California.
The Old West Trio - will presentrenditions of some of the greatest western tunes of all time. The Old West Trio balances silver-screen harmonies and newly minted cowboy classics with a dose of humor. The trio earned the Will Rogers Award for 2011 Best Western Music Duo/Group of the Year (Academy of Western Artists).
Sourdough Slim - One of the most original and beloved Western entertainers of our time, Sourdough Slim is a hoot to say the least. The moment this award winning Western showman steps into the spotlight, it's apparent to everyone that they're in for a rollicking good time. Ten gallon funny-man Sourdough Slim, transports us to a whimsical world where vaudevillian camp and cowboy lore intermingle to produce grins galore.
Joni Morris a Tribute to
Saturday, January 10 at 7:30
Patsy Cline was a legend in her own time and her lights have not faded. She is more popular now than ever before with her heart-breaking melodies of love lost. This is a show no Patsy Cline fan should miss!
Reserved seats $24
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