With two Grammy Awards and more than seven million albums sold worldwide, The Wallflowers have been bringing their unique and alternative style to every performance for over 25 years. Co-founders, Jakob Dylan and Tobi Miller formed the Wallflowers in 1989 and released their first album, The Wallflowers, in 1992. With the success of their 1996 album Bringing Down the Horse, the Los Angeles-based alternative rock band was able to attain their creative and rhythmic style.
In celebration of Shakespeare’s 400 year legacy, So Please You brings Shakespeare’s (almost) silent heroes/characters on the fringes, the small-part superheroes of Elizabethan theater–out of the wings and into the limelight! Stemming from the story of a servant named Dennis who appears only once in Shakespeare’s As You Like It, our family-friendly farce traces this underdog’s journey as a struggling actor who discovers friends, foes, and plenty of tomfoolery along his uphill climb to stardom. There will be foolishness. There will be music. There will be fun. Bring the family
Open ears and an open mind are the essence of singer, guitarist, and songwriter Robert Cray’s approach to writing, recording and playing music. He has created a sound that rises from American roots and arrives today both fresh and familiar. In just over 40 years, Cray and his band have recorded 20 studio releases, 15 of which have been on the Billboard charts, and played at bars, concert halls, festivals, and arenas around the world. There are five Grammys with Cray’s name on them and he has a suitcase full of W.C. Handy blues awards. Four years ago Cray was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame.