Rhythms Concert Series

2014 Rhythms Schedule

 

Blues Against Child Abuse with Long Tall Deb

Saturday, April 12, 2014
Doors open at 6:30pm, Concert at 7:00pm

The Museum will collaborate with Jobs and Family Services to present Blues Against Child Abuse with Long Tall Deb.

Long Tall Deb’s Texas-Mexico border roots are never far from her songs.  She brings to the studio and the stage a one-of-a-kind sound that goes beyond “my-man-done-me-wrong” songs to tell stories that are deep, full-bodied, and reflective of her own life. 

Her honey- and molasses-soaked voice has been likened to the best mix of Koko Taylor’s heart and Etta James’s soul. Her keen, nuanced songwriting blends experience with a hint of mysticism.  She assembled a who’s who of BMA- and Grammy-worthy talent to showcase her songs on her VizzTone debut, “Raise Your Hands,” which is generating serious buzz, worthy of an artist on the rise. To learn more, visit longtalldeb.com.

Tickets

($12.50; $10 for Museum members; $7 for students with ID)
Available in person, by phone: 330.833.4061 x114, online below.

Tickets will be sold at the door if seats remain at concert time.  Wine may be purchased in the lobby prior to the concert and during intermission.

(Fees apply for online purchase)

Ticket Price

 


About the Rhythms Concert Series

"Rhythms," the Massillon Museum's music series, treats audiences to diverse sounds from accomplished musicians in the intimacy of the Museum's main gallery.  

Among the first four years' entertainers, guests have enjoyed Richie Havens, legendary bluesman Robert Lockwood, Jr., Loudon Wainwright, III, Americana artist Malcolm Holcombe, classical pianist Michael Schneider, classical guitarist Randall Avers, jazz improv artists Breakfast Salad, and the eclectic Susan Werner. All of our series’ past performers are listed below.

Seating is a first-come, first-serve basis.


Previous Performers

Click here for a list of performances since 2004.

Loudon Wainwright III plays in the Museum's Main Gallery
Photo provided by Glenn Dettman