February Events at The Town Hall Theatre
Bainbridge Town Hall Theatre & Gallery
Ticket Reservations: 607-288-3882
Quona Hudson and Friends
Saturday, February 10 @ 7 pm – Tickets $15/$12
Three Singer/Songwriters ?offer exciting original entertainment!
?QUONA HUDSON, his voice, that of a gentle giant, is balanced evenly between the delivery of a country crooner and the rugged grit and soul of a belting blues man. Throw in the musicianship of a seasoned guitar slinger and the power of the poet’s pen, and you have a brand new take on modern American music.
DANA TWIGGS, his raspy vocals and timeless approach to songwriting pays homage to country, indie, and folk artists from throughout the past century while maintaining a modern approach to production the keeps his music relevant to all generations.
AUSTIN MACRAE, singer/songwriter residing in Ithaca, NY has showcased his music regionally at venues such as the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (Emerging Artist), Turtle Hill Folk Festival (New Voices Showcases), Home Center for the Arts, Bill Knowlton’s Bluegrass Ramble Picnic, Funk ‘n Waffles and other area venues.
In the gallery: The gallery is open at 6 pm through intermission and is free to the public.
Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass
Saturday, February 24 @ 7 pm
If you love powerful, unadorned, and intense traditional bluegrass don’t miss Danny Paisley and the Southern Grass.
Their album, The Room Over Mine, earned accolades and significant chart action, and the song, “Don’t Throw Mama’s Flowers Away” won the 2009 IBMA Award for Song of the Year and have garnered several IBMA nominations for Emerging Artist of The Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and Album of the Year.
In the gallery: The gallery is open at 6 pm through intermission and is free to the public. On the 24th, the works of Kathy Schmidt will be featured.
Open MIC Night
Tuesday, February 27 @ 5 – 8 pm
Bring your family, friends and/or a date, to listen and perchance to perform. The stage is yours for whatever music you would want to share – Blues, Rock n Roll, Bluegrass, Country, Ragtime, Old Time, and much more not mentioned.
There will be a sound system with a few microphones, so if you have a group or a band that would be awesome. The concession stand will be open for you to purchase a light supper, snacks and drinks. Admission is free for audience and performers alike.
Visit the Jericho Arts Website for our entire spring schedule.
Unless otherwise noted:
Doors open at 6:00 pm and the performance begins at 7:00 pm.
General Admission – $15.00
Seniors (60+) & Military/Vets w/ ID – $12.00
Students (13 – 18), College Student w/ ID – $12.00
Students under 13 – $6.00
Pre-school – Free with adult
Family – $32.00 (2 adults plus all kids in family)
Opry Pass – $72.00 (Good for all 8 OPRY Bluegrass shows)
Season Pass – $145 (Good for all OPRY and other musical performances)
To reserve tickets please call 607-288-3882