New Concerts @ The Egg
The Egg in Albany has announced batch of new concerts for its 2010 schedule:
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan cracks open The Egg with his band Three Legs – featuring Neko Case, Kelly Hogan, Paul Rigby, Jon Rauhouse, Tom Ray and Barry Mirochnick on Saturday, April 17.
Meanwhile, the show by comedian John Pinette – which was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 17 – has been postponed to Saturday, June 26.
Singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter steps into the spotlight on Thursday, June 24. Tix are $34.50, $39.50, $49.50.
The rather unlikely but very promising double-bill of singer-songwriter Steve Earle and roots-blues veterans Hot Tuna takes over at The Egg on Friday, July 30. Tix are $36.50.
And fab fiddler Natalie MacMaster brings holiday show, “Christmas in Cape Breton,” to town on Sunday, December 5. Tix are $34.50.
Tickets for these four shows go on sale to the general public on Friday.
And “In the Mood,” a big band theatrical swing dance revue featuring the In the Mood Singers and Dancers and the String of Pearls Big Band Orchestra, will be presented twice on Wednesday, April 14 – at 2 & 7pm. Priced at $29, $34 and $39, tix are currently on sale.
Meanwhile, here’s a little reminder to get your tickets early: Three upcoming shows on The Egg’s concert calendar are already SOLD OUT: The Disco Biscuits on Thursday, March 18; David Gray on Monday, April 5 and Joe Bonamassa on Tuesday, April 20.