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INDIVIDUAL SHOWS:

Charlie Parr

Last of the Better Days Ahead Tour

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Dates
November 5, 2021

Showtimes
Doors @ 7:00, Show @ 8:00

Description

Mojo and Bob Present – Charlie Parr.  Born and raised in Minnesota, Charlie Parr first grabbed a guitar at age 8.  To date, he has never had a formal lesson, but wows crowds with his incredible fingerpicking on his 12-string baritone resonator, guitar, and banjo. With the release of his new album, Last of the Better Days Ahead (out July 30th), Charlie captures the world he has lived in and retells the stories he has gathered along the way.  In Last of the Better Days, you are met by someone who prizes quiet reflection over hustle and who shuns distraction for a long walk in the woods.  Parr is in his element while playing on stage.  You will not find a better live performance than Charlie Parr in his hometown on the NorShor stage.  LANUE, A new project from Sarah Krueger will open the show.   Show sponsored by Bent Paddle, KUMD and The Current.

Presale starts July 13th, 10am

On sale to general public July 15th, 10am

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An Evening With Leo Kottke

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Dates
February 24, 2022

Showtimes
Doors @ 7:00pm, Show @ 8:00pm

Description

Acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke was born in Athens, Georgia, but left town after a year and a half. Raised in 12 different states, he absorbed a variety of musical influences as a child, flirting with both violin and trombone, before abandoning Stravinsky for the guitar at age 11.After adding a love for the country-blues of Mississippi John Hurt to the music of John Phillip Sousa and Preston Epps, Kottke joined the Navy underage, to be underwater, and eventually lost some hearing shooting at lightbulbs in the Atlantic while serving on the USS Halfbeak, a diesel submarine.Kottke had previously entered college at the U of Missouri, dropping out after a year to hitchhike across the country to South Carolina, then to New London and into the Navy, with his twelve string. “The trip was not something I enjoyed,” he has said, “I was broke and met too many interesting people.”

 

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