Presented by: BCT Presents & Mandolin
Where: Virtual Show
General Admission: $USD 20.00
VIP w/ access to sound check: $USD 75.00
|Friday, July 24th 7:30 pm||Buy Tickets|
A COVID-19 Benefit Concert for the Buskirk-Chumley Theater.
Special Guest Jason Wilber.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Buskirk-Chumley Theater was forced to close its doors to the Bloomington community in mid-March. During that time, dozens of concerts, festivals, and events that enrich our region have been canceled or rescheduled, leading the Buskirk-Chumley to look into exciting new ways to engage with our loyal patrons virtually. Thanks to Mandolin, an innovative new streaming concert service, Carrie Newcomer: Impossible Until It’s Not will be the first of many virtual concerts that broadcasts the music you love, performed live on our historic stage, for you to enjoy from the safety and security of your home.
The pandemic put a pause on our ability to gather in the theater, but we can still share in the amazing experience of live music thanks to inventive companies like Mandolin. The majority of the proceeds of this virtual concert will benefit the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, providing an important lifeline for the non-profit treasure during this time when all theaters need support.
Carrie Newcomer is a performer, recording artist, and educator, described as a “prairie mystic” by the Boston Globe and one who “asks all the right questions” by Rolling Stone. Her song “I Should’ve Known Better” appeared on Nickel Creek’s Grammy award-winning gold-certified album This Side, and she earned a regional Emmy for the PBS special An Evening with Carrie Newcomer. Carrie has 17 nationally released albums on Available Light and Rounder Records, including The Point of Arrival, The Beautiful Not Yet, A Permeable Life, and Everything is Everywhere.
Jason Wilber’s latest record, Time Traveler, plays like a radio signal emanating from some distant outpost. Folk music from the future, with themes at once timeless and timely. Wilber strums stories from space stations and post-apocalyptic bunkers, alongside down to earth parables on the mysteries and truths of life. Wilber has had plenty of time to ponder the daydreams and fantastic journeys that wind up in his songs. For 24 years he logged countless hours gazing out the windows of planes, trains, buses, and cars while on the road with country/folk icon John Prine.
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