Win FREE Tickets to David Broza in Concert at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Thursday
The acclaimed Israeli singer-songwriter and peace activist David Broza will be stepping into the spotlight at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Thursday evening (March 3). The concert is part of Congregation Berith Sholom’s sesquicentennial celebrations, and the Berith Sholom Choir will open the concert at 7:30pm.
Broza has been hailed as “a post-modern Leonard Cohen” and “the Stevie Ray Vaughan of folk rock.” Throughout his career, he has also been compared to Bruce Springsteen, as well as Gordon Lightfoot and Jackson Browne. Broza’s 1989 American debut album, Away From Home, was praised by The New York Times as one of the best pop albums of the year. His sophomore American album, Time of Trains (1993), gained him recognition as one of the most important artists on the international music scene. Overall, Broza has released more than 30 albums in Hebrew, English and Spanish, many of which have gone on to achieve gold and platinum sales status.
Tickets for David Broza’s concert are currently available, priced at $27 & $36.
BUT WAIT… We’re giving away a pair of FREE TICKETS to the concert to a lucky Nippertown reader. To enter the contest, just post a comment below. Please leave your email address, too. We won’t publish it, but we’ll use it to contact you if you win. The deadline to enter is 12:30pm on Thursday (March 3), and the winner will be selected at random and notified on Thursday afternoon. Enter today! And good luck! Congratulations to the winner, who has been notified by email.