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Roy Rogers and The Delta Rhythm Kings & Carlos Reyes! Featuring Jimmy Pugh on keyboards and opener David M’ore
Saturday, April 1 @ 8:00 pm| $25
Doors open 7PM | Show starts at 8PM
4 Ticket Options Available:
VIP (Limited to 20 Seats) – Prime Seats, Meet & Greet: $75
Front Row Table – Table Price: $250, 4 Seats Per Table ($62.50 per seat)
Orchestra Seats – Front 5 rows (D to H): $50
General Admission – Row K to Z: $25
VIP (Prime Seats, Meet & Greet):
Tickets include prime seating and after-show Meet-and-Greet
Only 20 VIP tickets are available
Front Row Table $250
4 Seats Per Table ($62.50 per seat)
Row D to H
Orchestra Seats – Front 5 Rows: $50
Row K to Z
JUST ADDED TO THE BILL!!!
Roy Rogers is considered one of the world’s premier slide guitarists performing today. With 8 Grammy nominations as producer and performer, he is also an internationally acclaimed producer, having produced recordings for John Lee Hooker (4 Grammy Nominations and 2 Grammy Awards) and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott (2 Grammy Nominations). He has received numerous accolades for his songwriting (Grammy Nomination for ‘Song for Jessica’. Keyboardist Jimmy Pugh is Roy’s special guest artist. Jimmy Pugh has been a member of the Robert Cray Band since 1989. In a varied career that includes performing on Grammy winning, platinum and gold CDs, Jim has recorded with numerous artists including Etta James, Van Morrison and BB King. Opening the night is Argentina born blues rock artist David M’ore. Now based in the bay area David is bringing his powerhouse blues trio to the Empress Theatre to open for the legendary Roy Rogers.
Recording artist, producer, engineer, harpist and violinist — Carlos Reyes has been breaking musical barriers since his first public performance at the age of five. Born in Paraguay South America, he began his musical education at the age of three and a half on the violin. A few years later, his father, a musical and national hero in Paraguay, dared young Carlos to learn the complicated 36 string native Paraguayan harp. Being called a child prodigy at an early age, Carlos took his fathers challenge seriously. He purchased his first harp for $50.00 when he was just ten years old. Two weeks later, he earned a double encore and $250.00 at his first professional harp concert. Since then he has taken the harp and it’s music to new and ground breaking levels.
Start time is 8pm and Doors open at 7pm.