Tickets for Sheryl Crow‘s upcoming New Hope Academy benefit concert at the Franklin Theatre will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Tuesday (Feb. 26) at the theater box office, online at www.franklintheatre.com/tickets/music or by calling 615-538-2076.
The shows will be held April 19-21 at 8 p.m.
Tickets for Crow’s two 2011 shows sold out in six minutes — so quickly that a third concert was added to the 300-seat downtown theater.
Tickets are $125 for classic seating, $150 for balcony and lounge and $1,500 for VIP cabaret tables of four seats.
“New Hope Academy has impressed my family with their dedication to three commitments: the promise of an excellent, classical education; their mission to the underprivileged; and the belief in connected, purposeful community,” said Crow in a release from the Franklin Theatre. “These shows are one way I can contribute to that mission and, combined with the generosity of patrons we look forward to seeing at the shows, help foster their success.”
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Ricky Young will visit Nashville’s The Listening Room Cafe at its new downtown location on 217 2nd Ave. South. on Tuesday (Feb. 19).
Young’s current single, “Could You Love Me Again,” was written by Lee Brice, Jon Stone and Tyler Farr and was recently made available on Play MPE. Jerry Duncan Promotions will promote the song through Applause Records.
“When I was looking for songs for the album, it was the first song that immediately hit me. Lee [Brice] sent me probably 80 songs and said, ‘cut what you want.’ I listened to every song at least five times, and when I first heard ‘Could You Love Me Again,’ I just thought, ‘that’s a winner.’ It’s one of the tracks that best represents me as an artist,” says Young of the song.
For more information, visit listeningroomcafe.com.
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