The Colonial Theatre Announces New Concerts for Winter/Spring Schedule

We’ve already announced the big Blues Show featuring Roomful of Blues, Popa Chubby and Nippertown’s own George Boone Blues Band that is slated to take over the stage on Saturday, February 15, but from classical to comedy to classic rock, the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield has a little something for everyone on their concert calendar for the upcoming winter/spring season.

Here’s the line-up of the newly announced upcoming concerts at the Colonial Theatre:

Sunday, February 16, 7pm
$25 & $35
The stand-up comic, former co-host of MTV’s “Remote Control,” cast member of “Saturday Night Live” and star of Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” brings his latest one-man show to town, tackling 226 years of American Constitutional calamities in just 70 minutes.

Friday, March 7, 8pm
$25 & $35
Both Variety and Comedy Central have named Loni Love to their list of “Top 10
Comics to Watch.” And in addition to her regular appearances on “Chelsea Lately,” Love has performed on such television shows as “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” “The Best Damn Sports Show Period,” “Comics Unleashed” and many others.

Wednesday, March 26, 7:30pm
$37.50, $47.50, $57.50 & $75
The pop-rocker (and former Dr. Noah Drake) brings his first-ever solo acoustic tour to town, performing unplugged versions of many of his memorable hits as well as sharing stories about the songs and conducting a Q&A session with audience members.

Sunday, April 6, 3pm
FREE; reserve tickets online or by phone at 617-266-1200
Performing Bach’s Contrapuntus Nos. 5 and 10; Albinoni’s Sonata Saint Mark; Martin’s Simple Fugue and Arnold’s Brass Quintet. Followed by coffee-and-dessert reception for the audience and musicians.

Tuesday, May 13, 7:30pm
$35, $45, $70 & $100
He’s the singer, composer and lead guitarist for the Moody Blues, whose groundbreaking 1967 album Days of Future Passed featured such Hayward-penned singles “Tuesday Afternoon” and “Nights in White Satin.” But he also has a successful solo career, including his new album, Spirits of the Western Sky.

  1. J Hunter says

    Rick Springfield is still ALIVE? He CAN’T BE: He’s not doing his own reality show! 🙂

  2. Mike H says

    If you watch Dave Grohl’s recent documentary “Sound City”, Rick Springfield plays a surprisingly substantial role in it, and his collab with Grohl’s and company towards the end is a nice little rocker. He seems to have have had a lot if Botox injected into his face or something, which is very un-rock and roll.

  3. J Hunter says

    Mott The Hoople nailed it:

    “And you’ve got to stay a YOUNG man,
    You can NEVER BE OLD!”

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