JOHN PIZZARELLI in concert
John Pizzarelli is making a very special appearance on Saturday, April 11 at 8:00 pm at The Stockbridge Theatre in Derry, NH. This is the 7th annual concert to benefit Jayme’s Fund for Social Justice, a cause that we at Tupelo strongly believe in. With an all new show, featuring songs from his just released With a Song in My Heart, Pizzarelli is sure to deliver another evening of truly outstanding entertainment. Warm, funny and masterful on the guitar and vocals, Pizzarelli is internationally known for his cool jazz style and sublime and inventive guitar playing.
RICHARD SHINDELL- Only a handful if tickets remain
CHAD PERRONE SOLD OUT
JOAN OSBORNE – SOLD OUT
COLIN HAY – 21 tickets remain for Thursday show. Only 1 ticket left for Friday show.
MARC COHN – First show SOLD OUT. Still tickets for second show.
ENGLISH BEAT – Only 10 tickets remain for Saturday show.
GAELIC STORM – Only 10 tickets remain
Thursday, March 26 RICHARD SHINDELL
Shindell’s songwriting is truly eclectic, ranging from lighthearted ballads and adulterous love songs, to dirges and diatribes that skillfully skewer politics, prejudice, war and religion. He has a unique ability to morph into the soul of the many and varied personalities he casts as narrators in certain songs–songs that are veritable novellas framed in haunting acoustic melodies, sometimes including cryptic, revelations through the eyes of a woman. Only a handful of tickets remain for this show.
Friday, March 27 GRAHAM PARKER
Stereotyped early in his career as the quintessential angry young man, Graham Parker was one of the most successful singer/songwriters to emerge from England’s pub rock scene of the early ’70s. Drawing heavily from Van Morrison and the Rolling Stones, Parker developed a sinewy fusion of driving rock & roll and confessional folk-rock, highlighted by his indignant passion, biting sarcasm, and bristling anger.
Saturday, March 28 CHAD PERRONE
Both shows are SOLD OUT.
Sunday, March 29 RYAN MONTBLEAU
(Amber Rubarth opens)
Emerging onto the national music scene from his home base of Boston, Ryan Montbleau has been described as something of a Martin Sexton by way of Van Morrison and Stevie Wonder. Yet Ryan Montbleau’s music is difficult to pigeon-hole or neatly categorize. It is original yet familiar—a fresh sound full of firmly-rooted ingredients, including Americana, folk, blues, ragtime and ’70′s R&B and soul.
Thursday, May 21 CARAVAN of THIEVES
How do I describe this music? I guess you could call it “acoustic Swing”. Either way, it is super-cool. Think of Squirrel Nut Zippers “unplugged”. This is a special-priced show to introduce you all to this great new band. Don’t miss it!
Thursday, July 9 AIMEE MANN
From her work in the 80′s with MTV favorite ‘Til Tuesday’ through her acclaimed solo discs “Whatever” and “I’m With Stupid” in the 90s, Aimee Mann has always been at the forefront of contemporary songwriters. The close of the millennium brought her greatest success, with the simultaneous releases of Bachelor No. 2 and the soundtrack to the film Magnolia, which garnered nominations for an Oscar, a Golden Globe and three Grammys. From “Voices Carry” to the Oscar-nominated “Save Me,” Mann has always been known for her clever, literate, and dryly witty takes on emotional sabotage and self-destruction.
Saturday, December 12 RONNIE EARL and The Broadcasters
This blues guitar veteran returns to Tupelo for another night of unmistakably powerful guitar driven blues. Ronnie is a two-time W.C. Handy Blues Award winner as Guitar Player of the Year. Ronnie Earl has played alongside such greats as B. B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, the Allman Brothers Band, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, Otis Rush, Earl King, Junior Wells, and Buddy Guy, as well as gifted young blues guitarists who he just might pull up on stage at a moment’s notice.