The Three Generations Acoustic Tour, featuring Bobby Bare, John Anderson and Darryl Worley, makes a stop at the Walker Center on Friday, March 27, 2015.
Bobby Bare has long been regarded as one of country music’s most innovative and talented singer/songwriters. He’s greatest hits include “Marie Laveau,” “Daddy, What If,” “How I Got to Memphis” and “Detroit City.” He has been called “an outspoken advocate for new directions in country music” and “a storyteller who reinvigorated the storytelling tradition in country music.”
John Anderson won a Grammy Award in 1996 for “Amazing Grace: A Country Salute to Gospel.” In 1994 the Academy of Country Music honored him with their “Career Achievement Award,” and he received the Country Music Association Album of the Year for “Common Threads: The Songs of the Eagles.” “Swingin’” won the CMA Single of the Year in 1983. He also has several gold and platinum album certifications. He is a colorful character and a country music treasure!
Throughout a career that has produced nearly 20 hit singles, including three No. 1’s, as well as chart-topping albums and sales in the millions, Darryl Worley’s unquestioned musical integrity earned him an enviable connection with the American public and a reputation as an musician that lives by his convictions as an artist and a person. This distinctive singer/songwriter chronicles life, love and world situations like in his No. 1 hit “Have You Forgotten,” a tribute to the people who were killed in the September 11 attacks.
This performance is sponsored by Wells Fargo.
Bobby Bare: http://www.bobbybaredarkerthanlight.com/
John Anderson: http://johnanderson.com/
Daryl Worley: http://www.darrylworley.com/
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