Singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff offers a retrospective at Mars Theatre
Listeners are in for a real treat when singer/songwriter Karla Bonoff plays Mars Theatre in Springfield on Nov. 24. “What I generally do is play a little of everything from my albums, new stuff and a new song I did on the Jackson Browne tribute album,” Bonoff says. “It is a retrospective.” That is an exciting prospect for Bonoff’s fans.
Karla Bonoff: ‘I always felt totally empowered’
Though an immensely talented vocalist and performer in her own right—as you’ll see this Monday night at the Mars—Bonoff is perhaps best known as a go-to songwriter who’s contributed hits to the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, and Wynonna Judd.
Cool John Ferguson brings Lowcountry blues to Mars Theatre
Cool John Ferguson is returning to the Lowcountry this week, and bringing a new album with him. One of the most highly touted living blues guitarist of our age, Ferguson has been touring with his electric blues for decades now, making stops at notable places like the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts in New York. He’s also made several appearances at the Savannah Music Festival in years past.
The Malpass Brothers bring old-time country to Mars Theatre
The Goldsboro, N.C., residents don’t just sound retro, they are retro. Wearing their hair in 1950s-style pompadours, they twitch their hips like Elvis. But though they dodge fame, it just might catch up and find them.
Malpass Brothers to bring retro sound to the Mars Theatre
Get ready for some authentic, down-home country music with the Malpass Brothers.