The Egg Adds Six More Concerts

The Egg in Albany has added six more new concerts to its 2015 concert series.

Tickets are currently on sale to members of The Egg and will go on sale to the general public at 10am on Friday (December 19).

Here are the details of the newly announced concerts:

Friday, February 27, 7:30pm
Tom Paxton, one of the most influential singer/songwriters to emerge from the heyday of the Greenwich Village folk music scene in the 1960s, has announced that 2015 will be his final year of touring. Don’t miss a chance to hear this folk icon sing his classics one more time – “The Last Thing on My Mind,” “Bottle of Wine,” “Whose Garden Was This,” “The Marvelous Toy”
and “Ramblin’ Boy.”

Saturday, February 28, 8pm
Jubilee Riots – the band formerly known as Enter the Haggis, an eclectic band with bagpipes, fiddle, whistle, harmonica, trumpet and a roots-rock rhythm section – return with both the new name and a new album – Penny Black – with songs inspired by fan letters the band has received over the years.

Saturday, March 7, 7:30pm
Leo Kottke’s astounding virtuosity on six- and 12-string guitars is awe-inspiring, and his unique musical vision has placed him among the foremost acoustic guitar stylists of our era. Combined with his one-of-a-kind song lyrics, off-kilter stories and quick wit, an evening with Leo Kottke is one not to be missed.

With the Quebe Sisters
Sunday, March 8, 7pm
Led by Ray Benson, Asleep at the Wheel – today’s torchbearers of western swing – pay tribute to the originators of the genre with their new recording, Still the King: Celebrating the Music of Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys. The fiddling Quebe Sisters open the show with their own blend of Texas swing and vintage country.

Friday, March 13, 8pm
The New Riders of the Purple Sage – the cosmic psychedelic country-rock band that rose from the revolutionary ’60s with songs such as “Panama Red,” “Last Lonely Eagle” and “Glendale Train” – returns led by guitarists David Nelson and Michael Falzarano with pedal-steel master Buddy Cage, bassist Ronnie Penque and drummer Johnny Markowski.

Thursday, May 7, 7:30pm
Greenwich native Hal Ketchum – a member of the Grand Ole Opry with sales of more than five million albums and a half-dozen Top 10 hits, including staples like “Small Town Saturday Night” and “Hearts Are Gonna Roll” – is back after a five-year hiatus with his new album, I’m the Troubadour, a collection of songs that blend country, blues, roots rock and soul.

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