PHOTO: Don McLean – and his iconic “American Pie” song – will visit Door Community Auditorium as part of the 2014 performance schedule.
Here’s what this summer and fall look like:
- June 20 – a double bill of folk-pop legends Judy Collins (”Both Sides Now,” “Send in the Clowns”) and Don McLean (“American Pie”).
- June 26 - the
- June 29 – the return of neo-traditional sister band Rising Appalachia.
- June 30 (benefit) – rock-folk star Jackson Browne.
- July 2 - Pokey LaFarge’s rootsy, old-time riverboat soul.
- July 8 - roots-rock troubadour Bruce Cockburn.
- July 12 – a behind-the-scenes look at the world of radio with Ira Glass, host of National Public Radio’s “This American Life.”
- July 14 - the classic country crooners The Oak Ridge Boys “Elvira”).
- July 19 - swing masters Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
- July 26 - maverick alt-country duo Carrie Rodriguez and Luke Jacobs
- Aug. 1 – the alt-country story-songs of former Drive-By Truckers member Jason Isbell
- Aug. 5-23 – the 62nd season of classical music of the Peninsula Music Festival.
- Aug. 10 - the soulful reggae of Ziggy Marley.
- Aug. 29-Oct. 18 – American Folklore Theatre’s musical comedy “The Bachelors.”
- Sept. 1 - the fresh bluegrass of Della Mae.
- Sept. 14 - the return of the popular music revue “Buckets of Rain: The Songs of Bob Dylan,” performed by
- Oct. 12 - The Brubeck Brothers Quartet in a tribute concert to their father, legendary jazz musician and composer Dave Brubeck (Oct. 12).
- Oct. 26 - the second annual “Play it Forward” benefit concert with local artists.
- Nov. 14 - Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre’s presentation of “Come to the Center.” - Nov. 29 – the comical singing cowboys Riders in the Sky’s “Christmas the
More information is at www.dcauditorium.org.
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