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The Wellsville Creative Arts Center has developed its venue into a true music lovers destination for both audience and performers. We offer a friendly listening atmosphere where the music always comes first. Come join us for “A Night at The Arts Center” featuring live performances from top regional and national recording artists. Enjoy a special night of great music with good friends in a relaxed and comfortable setting. Bring the whole family, everyone’s invited….
*All Arts Center Members receive discounts on events including live music, classes, workshops and demonstrations.
Saturday - January 03, 2015
8:00PM (doors open at 6:00PM)
Advanced: $20.00 / At Door: $22.00
Members save an additional $2
Advanced 24 hours prior
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and bandleader Fred Eaglesmith is a genuine iconoclast and true original. It’s the natural result of following the cue of his musical career and now 20 albums with the November 2013 release of Tambourine. The result is one of the most fascinating and musically rewarding careers in contemporary music. As he has doggedly gone his own way as an independent musical artist, Eaglesmith has also enjoyed such high profile rewards in recent years as having his songs covered by country superstars Toby Keith, Alan Jackson and Miranda Lambert, among many other accomplishments. Throughout the years since his first album in 1980, Eaglesmith has usefully managed to both transcend and blend such genres and categories as rock’n’roll, country, folk, singer-songwriter, Americana, blues and bluegrass to fashion his own distinctive brand of literate, melodic and rhythmic rocking electro-acoustic North American music. Along the way he has gathered a unique set of accomplishments: a Juno Award for Best Roots & Traditional Album, had his music featured in films and television scores including those of True Blood and Grimm, wrote a #1 hit on the bluegrass charts (“Thirty Years of Farming,” recorded by James King), wowed David Letterman in his U.S. network debut in 2010, and finding his songs included in the curriculum at two colleges. When not writing recording and performing music, Eaglesmith creates visual art that is exhibited in commercial galleries and museums.
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