Robert Hunter returns to the stage this fall
As many of you know, after a nearly decade-long absence, Robert Hunter will return to the stage this fall in a series of eight East Coast shows, dates below. For further information, his new website, www.roberthuntertour.com, is now live.
|9/26 Thurs.||The Paramount, Huntington, NY|
|9/28 Sat.||Symphony Hall, Allentown, PA|
|10/1 Tues.||Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ|
|10/3 Thurs.||The Palace, Stafford Springs, CT|
|10/4 Fri.||Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA|
|10/5 Sat.||Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY|
|10/7 Mon.||Wilbur Theatre, Boston, MA|
|10/10 Thurs.||Town Hall, New York City|
of Hunter accepting the Lifetime Achievement for Songwriter award at the Americana Music Honors last night. Go here.
Hey friends...keep the boogie going and come down to see Hunter, then hang out at Garcia's, the Capitol Theater's sister venue to Terrapin Crossroads...Garcia's is the home of the scene on the East Coast without doubt...GRATEFUL BRO will be the featured band...
Here is a link...see you then!
I'll be up in the balcony in the Wilbur Theater in Boston kicking back, listening to the man for the first time in 31 years.
I've just listened to some of my favorite selections on the attached widget to Mr. Hunter's website and his eerie guitar work never ceases to bring me around.
How strange is it that Jerry Garcia and this guy hooked-up, for all of us?
(All you folks out West, I hope you get some shows and that he isn't testing ticket sales in the core of Deadland. I sure would love to hear him in some place like the Wilma Theater in Missoula that would surely sell out. I'm sure there is a whole arc of places right across the Northwest down to Arcata that would love to host Mr. Hunter.)
don't forget Rum Runners
wish he'd come to Europe :)
so sorry about your DC show!
Bob-o: Really you're only doing shows in the East?
Man, Arizona is really nice - or will be - from mid-October to Memorial Day.
I'm too old to know the best venues around here other than the Rhythm Room and Crescent Ballroom, both close to my house in downtown Phoenix.
If ya can't make it, well too bad. Catch ya on the flip side.
I had great seats and was really bummed to see Mr. Hunter skipping out on the Nation's capital. What happened? I feel like a jilted lover.
There is a great little place in Alexandria called the Birchmere that treats their talent right. Hook us up with a show there Hunter!
After pulling front-row seats, was unbelievably psyched to see the Man but then got an email saying it was cancelled. He was supposed to play at Lisner Auditorium on the campus of GW on 10/3 but looks like He's Gone....to CT!!!
until the Boston show.
.........many.many full moons ago--when I was livin in Encinitas,Ca.---friends & I went up to L.A.--to the Roxy--where we saw R.H.--78-79???---it was amazing----I said-"wow--the brains behind the brawn!!!"---all my Hunter stuff is on cassettes--hope all get re-released--Tales of the Great Rum Runners is one of the good ones--like the Rick Griffen cover!!!!---p.s.--Robert--come to Maui!!!!!!!!!!!