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The Birthplace of Country Music is proud to present the winter edition of our Friends of 1927 Concert Series featuring John Cowan with Doobie Brothers band-mate John McFee.
Tickets: $80 per person
Location: Birthplace of Country Music Museum
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. / Concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
The Friends of 1927 Concert Series is an intimate concert experience where fans have the opportunity to interact with the artists in a relaxed setting; COCKTAILS AND HORS D’OEUVRES INCLUDED.
Tickets are limited, and once all tickets are sold, then concert is SOLD OUT.
Ask how you can become a Friend of 1927 and support the Birthplace of Country Music Museum email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 423-573-1927.
About John Cowan
John Cowan, also known as the Voice of Newgrass, has been singing his heart out for thirty-five years now, and his soaring vocals have only improved with time. A true innovator, John applies his powerful pipes to genres from country, bluegrass, and gospel to soul, jazz, and rock-and-roll – often within the space of a single concert. His ability to move fluidly through multiple styles, and carry mesmerized audiences on the journey with him, has set him apart as one of the most loved and admired vocal artists of his generation, not just by fans and critics but among fellow musicians as well.
About John McFee
Before joining the Doobie Brothers on guitar, violin, pedal steel, vocals (and whatever else the music calls for) in the late seventies, John’s varied musical interests were reflected in his own career. He has recorded with Van Morrison, The Grateful Dead, Carlene Carter, Steve Miller, Emmylou Harris, Boz Scaggs, Elvis Costello, and many, many more. He was also a long time member of the group Clover, which was to evolve into Huey Lewis and the News, and has played on two of Huey’s albums.