The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall has announced a dozen performances for its 2009-2010 concert season. It’s got everything from bluegrass (Rhonda Vincent & the Rage) to Celtic sounds (Altan) to swing (Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s tribute to the great Cab Calloway).
Best of the batch? No question about it – knockout soul singer Bettye LaVette teams up with piano pounder Marcia Ball and Maria Muldaur for the “Sisters in Soul” concert on Sunday, March 14.
Here’s the line-up of shows:
Saturday, October 24: Robert Earl Keen, Bruce Robison and Todd Snider
Friday, October 30: Rhonda Vincent & the Rage
Sunday, November 1: Herb Alpert and Lani Hall
Friday, November 6: 1964 The Tribute
Friday, November 20: Frank Sinatra, Jr.: “Sinatra Sings Sinatra”
Friday, December 11: “Scrooge,” In Concert
Sunday, December 20: The Vienna Choir Boys
Friday, February 12: Jim Brickman
Saturday, February 20: Tommy Emmanuel
Friday, March 12: Altan
Sunday, March 14: “Sisters in Soul” featuring Marcia Ball, Bettye LaVette and Maria Muldaur
Friday, March 19: Big Bad Voodoo Daddy: A Tribute to Cab Calloway
Tickets are available to Music Hall members now, and they’ll go on sale to the general public on Thursday, August 6.