The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's John McEuen Shares Music & Images
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Paula Cole, the Grammy-award winning singer and songwriter of such hits as "Where Have All The Cowboys Gone," and "I Don't Want to Wait," performs at the Alberta Rose Theatre. The Rockport, MA-raised Cole has released seven albums including her most recent, Raven, in 2013. Her hit 1997 album This Fire was entirely self-produced, and she became one of the first women in Grammy history to be nominated for an entirely self-produced album. Called "a feisty poet with a soaring voice and a funky groove" by Entertainment Weekly, seven-time Grammy nominee Cole often pays tribute to other artists during her live shows. Learn More
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"After digging in to my archive of stills, 8mm film (some from 1967), and all the shots from the album Will the Circle Be Unbroken I have now cut them together for a live show that tells the incredible unlikely story of success of a bunch of young hippies getting in to the music business. With songs accompanying the projection behind me you will be taken from those early 1966 years to the present with a side trip to Russia in 1977 when we became the first American band to tour there. For this look 'behind the curtain' I will be in front of the screen taking you on this unusual journey that I have been so fortunate to be on. It's the band's story, my story, the story of the Circle album, and your story -- one of the age we went through and how we got through it and of the music that carried us along the way." --John McEuen