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Treasures & Tales

Treasures & Tales

Darlingside and Tall Heights

Darlingside and Tall Heights

The National Acrobats of the People

The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China

Cecile McLorin-Salvant

Cecile McLorin-Salvant

Mavis Staples

Mavis Staples

James Galea

James Galea

Alvin Ailey II

Alvin Ailey II

Maurette Brown Clark

Maurette Brown Clark

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Mary Chapin Carpenter

Trace Adkins

Trace Adkins

The Time Jumpers

The Time Jumpers

Lewis Black

Lewis Black

Dino Light (Lightwire)

Dino Light (Lightwire)

Diana Krall

Diana Krall

Jim Brickman

Jim Brickman

Mark O

Mark O'Connor & Friends

Ivy League of Comedy

Ivy League of Comedy

The Wizards of Winter

The Wizards of Winter

A Charlie Brown Christmas

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Paula Poundstone

Paula Poundstone

Tubular Bells for Two

Tubular Bells for Two

Jun
7

Lucinda Williams

featuring Special Guest The Kenneth Brian Band

Lucinda Williams’ musical style conjures up some compelling descriptions: raw, melodic, authentic, pleasing. These all apply and more to the singer-songwriter’s high energy concert performances and capability of offering a guided tour of life’s dark clouds and honing in on the silver lining with elegance. Her greatest successes started with the release of a song later recorded by Mary Chapin Carpenter, "Passionate Kisses", which garnered Williams her first Grammy Award for Best Country Song. The long-awaited release, Car Wheels on a Gravel Road, went gold and earned Williams an additional Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Emmylou Harris said of Williams, "She is an example of the best of what country at least says it is, but, for some reason, she's completely out of the loop and I feel strongly that that's country music's loss."