October 7, 2022
With total sales in excess of 8 million units, the group has garnered two Platinum records; three GRAMMY® nominations; 27 No. 1 singles and numerous Dove Awards. Inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in 2018, Point of Grace has released 10 best-selling studio recordings, four Christmas albums and such Christian radio standards as “I’ll Be Believing,” “Keep the Candle Burning,” “How You Live (Turn Up the Music),” “Circle of Friends,” and “Jesus Will Still Be There.”
October 8, 2022
For over 60 years The Dillards have brought their signature “L.A. Bluegrass/Country Rock” full-harmony sound to audiences across the globe, creating an imprint so large that musicians from all across the spectrum credit The Dillards as a singular influence –...
October 9, 2022
Much more than just a singer, Grammy-nominated Sophie B. Hawkins writes all her own songs, is a multi-instrumentalist, and has been fully involved in every aspect of the production of her records herself, from background vocals and playing her own instruments, to engineering and production of her albums. She has proved an enduring artist with a fierce commitment to artistic integrity while both constantly evolving and remaining steadfastly true to her own authentic history and experience which connects her to her fans at the very deepest levels.
October 15, 2022
Seven-time Grammy-nominated Paula Cole, known for timeless hits "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone," and "I Don't Want to Wait," returns to The Franklin Theatre on October 15th. Paula Cole has never been afraid of speaking complex truths. With a musical catalog defined by honest and deeply personal lyrics carried by her powerful, radiant voice, Cole has always had a gift for discerning the underlying humanity in stories from her own life as well as those around her, and channeling those emotional elements into captivating music. On her latest record, Cole has applied this natural insight to American history and musical roots traditions by interpreting a selection of classic songs – each of which provide an entry point for rediscovering the overlooked stories and figures that populate America’s interwoven cultural lineage.
October 16, 2022
John Chisum is a prolific Christian songwriter and recording artist whose songs have been featured on dozens of Integrity Music recordings, many of the Time-Life Music Series, and recorded by such artists as The Gaither Vocal Band, Larnelle Harris, Steve Green, The Cathedrals, Don Moen, and on John’s own popular recordings. His sense of humor and inspirational message will make this a delightful evening of music and entertainment as he welcomes an unforgettable lineup of artists to support Hands Across the Sea, a children’s literacy organization serving over 850 schools and communities in the Eastern Caribbean.
October 21, 2022
The Academy Chamber Ensemble was formed in 1967, drawing its membership from the world-renowned chamber orchestra the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, which was itself founded by Sir Neville Marriner in 1958 and is currently led by Music Director Joshua Bell. The purpose behind the formation of the Chamber Ensemble was to perform the larger scale chamber music repertoire with players who customarily worked together, instead of the usual string quartet with additional guests. Drawn from the principal players of the orchestra and play-directed by Academy Director / Leader Tomo Keller, the Chamber Ensemble now performs in multiple configurations from wind trios to string octets. Its touring commitments are extensive and include regular tours of Europe and North America, whilst recording contracts with Philips Classics, Hyperion, and Chandos have led to the release of over thirty CDs.
October 23, 2022
Julie Fowlis is a multi-award-winning Gaelic singer who is deeply influenced by her early upbringing in the Outer Hebridean island of North Uist. With a career spanning five studio albums and numerous high-profile collaborations, her ‘crystalline’ and ‘intoxicating’ vocals have enchanted audiences around the world. Nominated as ‘Folk Singer of the Year’ at the 2018 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, and ‘Best Artist’ at the Songlines World Music Awards, Julie is an engaging live performer who has graced stages around the world, from village halls in the Highlands to Carnegie Hall in New York, from The Philharmonie de Paris to Shakespeare’s Globe in London. With performances at the World Festival of Sacred Music in Fez, Morocco, to collaborations with the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall, Julie is in much demand as an exponent for her native traditions.
October 24, 2022
On October 24, 2022, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, poet and activist Allison Russell will headline a benefit for Healing Housing, a nonprofit residential addiction recovery program serving women with limited financial resources in Middle TN. Hailed by critics worldwide for...