Friday, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m.—RANDOLPH—Tom Rush, one of the most celebrated folk and American roots musicians of our time, returns to the Chandler Center for the Arts for one night only on Friday, Feb. 23 at 7:30 pm.
One of the most popular artists with central Vermont and Upper Valley audiences over many years, Rush will be joined on the Chandler Music Hall stage by his longtime accompanist, Matt Nakoa.
Rush, a New Hampshire native, has been delighting audiences worldwide for more than 50 years with signature hits such as his own “No Regrets” and “Driving Wheel,” as well as iconic covers of acclaimed singer-songwriters such as Joni Mitchell, whose “Circle Game” and “Urge for Going” have been staples of Rush’s repertoire since the folk revival days of the 1960s. Folk enthusiasts also cherish his sensitive renditions of Jackson Browne’s “Jamaica Say You Will” and Eric von Schmidt’s “Joshua Gone Barbados.”
Tom Rush continues to assert a profound influence on a new generation of artists, remaining as vital and engaging as ever. Chandler music-lovers can discover this for themselves when they reconnect with the renowned folk musician at “An Evening with Tom Rush.”
Chandler Music Hall is located at 71 Main St., Randolph. For tickets and more information, call 802-728-6464, visit chandler-arts.org, or stop by Chandler weekdays between 12-4 p.m.
Photo courtesy of Chandler Music Hall