Friday, December 4, 2009

Jerry Douglas with John Oates & Maura O'Connell, Charlotte, NC, This Sunday

Sunday, December 06, 2009
A Jerry Douglas Christmas featuring special guest John Oates (of Hall & Oates) & Maura O'Connell

Concert on the Main Stage of THE NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE of Charlotte, NC

Buy Tickets Online! GA Tickets $25/GOLD CIRCLE $40 (Order Gold Circle Here) (SEATED SHOW)

GOLD CIRCLE (includes reserved seat in the first 8 rows) available online and by Phone Order.
General Admission Seating for this show will be available on a first come first serve basis through the door. All ticket holders are guaranteed a seat. If you have any questions about our seating policy, call (704)358-9298.

Showtime: 8pm - Doors: 7pm

Charge via phone (704)358-9298 (service fees still apply to phone orders).

Promoted by The Neighborhood Theatre
Grammy-winning Dobro master Jerry Douglas will perform in select U.S. markets as he tours in support of his holiday album, Jerry Christmas. Douglas will appear alongside guitarist John Oates (of Hall & Oates) and Grammy-nominated vocalist/actress Maura O'Connell. The eloquent lyricism and dynamic virtuosity of Jerry Douglas, hailed by the New York Times as "the dobro's matchless contemporary master," is ideally suited to the creation of an Americana Christmas classic. And that's exactly what Jerry has produced: a spirited group of carols, traditional folk tunes, and modern seasonal songs. With a guest vocal by Maura O'Connell, Jerry Christmas gets that warm, down-home holiday feeling just right from the first note to the last.

"The thought of recording a Christmas project has been with me for some time, though I held the idea as a disquieting prospect. After all, these melodies have become established perennials due to the fact they are great songs; to do them disservice would be, to me, unforgivable," Douglas says. "I have tried being faithful to the original versions of these classics precisely because the melodies are so special. My instrument lends itself well, in an emotional sense, to performance of these treasures, allowing me to offer my interpretations of works I have heard sung by such definitive artists as Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, and Burl Ives."

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