Cohoes Music Hall to welcome
Grammy-winner Rodney Crowell in April
COHOES — Guthrie Bell Productions and The Cohoes Music Hall will present Grammy Award-winner Rodney Crowell on Friday, April 5, at 8 p.m.
Crowell, the singer and songwriter, was born in Houston in 1950. He has released twenty albums in four decades, with five consecutive number-one hits, and has also worked widely as a songwriter and a producer. His honors include two Grammys for his hit single “After All This Time” and an album “Old Yellow Moon,” an ASCAP lifetime achievement award, and membership in the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Crowell has written the hits “Making Memories of Us” for Keith Urban, “Please Remember Me” for Tim McGraw and many others. He currently lives in Nashville. His memoir, “Chinaberry Sidewalks, was critically acclaimed.
Opening for Crowell is Joe Robinson. Robinson is considered to be uniquely gifted as a virtuoso guitarist and as a singer and songwriter. He walks a tightrope between the instrumental music that has put him in the spotlight and a unique fusion of vocally based rock, blues, jazz, and R&B that is entirely his own.
Tickets for reserved seating on the floor can be purchased at $62, reserved seating for the parquet at $52, and reserved seating for the balcony at $42.
The Garcia Project to return April 13
COHOES — The Garcia Project’s return to the Cohoes Music Hall on Saturday, April 13, at 8 pm.
The Garcia Project’s performances are based on actual set lists performed by The Jerry Garcia Band. They are the only nationally touring Jerry Garcia Band tribute band. All of their shows are classic recreations of a Jerry Garcia Band set list from the 1976 to 1995. For anyone that never had a chance to experience the Jerry Garcia Band or for fans that want to relive a classic show, The Garcia Project delivers.
With precise arrangements and the proper instrumentation and feel for any and all given eras, The Garcia Project faithfully channels and projects the feelings, emotions and music that propelled the Jerry Garcia Band and the fans through many years of musical bliss. It’s about family, soul searching, rejoicing, contemplating, celebrating, seeking truth and loving one another.
Tickets are priced at $27.
‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ returns in May
COHOES — The Cohoes Music Hall and the Kids of Albany present ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’ on Saturday, May 18 with two showings: one at 8 p.m. and one at midnight.
Tickets are $12.
Get ready all you Capital District Creatures of the Night, The Kids of Albany are back for another evening of sin, debauchery, and mayhem on Saturday, May 18 at the historic Cohoes Music Hall with the king of the cult classics, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”
Doors open 1 hour prior to each show so come early, grab the best seat, and be entertained by movie trailers from the ‘80s and ‘90s. This Capital District tradition has been going strong for over 40 years.
This will be a traditional showing of the film which means if you are looking for a quiet night out to the movies then this is not the movie for you.
Prop Kits will be sold in the lobby for just $4 and every dollar helps support the cast. No outside prop kits will be allowed in. Audience members are invited to come in Rocky inspired outfits or in jeans and a Tee-Shirt. Photos with the cast will be available after the show in the lobby.
All tickets may be purchased online at www.thecohoesmusichall.org, by phone at 518-953-0630, and in person at the Music Hall Box Office.
More events at Cohoes Music Hall
The Sisters of Slide – Featuring Rory Block and Cindy Cashdollar – Friday, March 15, 8pm, $27 – $37
Urinetown: The Musical, presented by Playhouse Stage Company – March 21 – 31; $15 – $27
Ryan Montbleau – Friday, April 19, 8pm; $25
Avenue Q, presented by Playhouse Stage Company – April 25 – May 5; $15 – $27
Brandon Heath with Dave Pettigrew – Friday, May 17, 7pm; $21 – $35.
For a full listing of shows, log on to www.Thecohoesmusichall.org