Joan Osborne ("One of Us") Live on Stage at The Canyon
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The last date listed for Joan Osborne was Sunday April 28, 2013 / 9:00pm (Doors Open at 6:00pm).
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Spend an entertaining, down-home evening with Kurt Sutton, performing as master storyteller Samuel Clemens a.k.a. Mark Twain, as he brings his one-man tribute to The Canyon. Sutton's family-friendly and very funny show includes a sing-along of period songs like "Down in the Valley" and "Old-Time Religion," along with theatrical enactments of beloved stories from Huckleberry Finn, Roughing It and more. Sutton's portrayal of Twain follows years of research into the great American writer and humorist's life and works, including the speaking tours that formed the roots of modern stand-up comedy. Learn More
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Featured review from Dan WeissbergRed Velvet
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Ms. Osborne was lovely this night and we thorougly enjoyed the show. We must have missed the part about it being an acoustic performance! But that was actually OK, it showcased her amazing voice.
One suggestion though for Joan and all live performers. I am getting tired of being thanked for coming out to see a live show "in this tough economy". We all know the economy is tough, reminding us of this is a downer and makes us re-think the idea of attending live performances as an extravigance (which it is, of course, but one that keeps us sane and balanced). Further bemoaning the fact that "only 15 tickets were sold as of this morning" is also something we don't need to be aware of. I felt the room was nicely filled.
As an aside, please do not go to the Canyon Club expected excellent food, it is subpar at best. Consider the dinner cost as part of the price of getting a primo SEAT that those paying for "standing room only" (a misnomer because there is some limited seating available) do not have. They have been receiving complaints since they opened and obviously do not consider food quality a high priority.