Jimmy Webb

Jimmy Webb

Songwriting legend Jimmy Webb shares his stories and songs in a rare appearance with string quartet and guitar. The multi Grammy winner--including one for orchestration--will be at the piano and accompanied by some of NYC's hippest players to present his lush arrangements of Wichita Lineman, MacArthur Park, Galveston, The Worst that Could Happen and more.

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Whatever one’s preferred genre of music, chances are there’s a Jimmy Webb song on your personal playlist. As Webb performs five decades of music on this tour, the songs prove evergreen, resonating with his longtime fans as well as new devotees introduced to the music through covers by modern chart toppers including Five for Fighting (“All I Know”), Rumer (who stormed the UK in 2012 with her take on “P.F. Sloan”) or any number of reinterpretations of
“Wichita Lineman” by R.E.M., Urge Overkill, Keith Urban, Homer Simpson, and more. Songs made famous as recorded by an impressive and ever widening range of artists including Glen Campbell (“By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” “Galveston,” etc.), Linda Ronstadt (“Adios), Joe
Cocker (“The Moon is a Harsh Mistress”), Donna Summer (“MacArthur Park”), Art Garfunkel (“All I Know”), Barbra Streisand (“Didn’t We” is on her 1972 and 2012 releases), Frank Sinatra (“Didn’t We” among others), The Supremes, and countless others, are discovered anew in concert with the man who first brought them to life on the piano.

Each night during his live shows, Webb reminds audiences why this preacher’s son from Oklahoma has been a hit maker since the age of 16 and a beacon through five generations of the Great American Songbook. Webb enhances his virtuoso performance of iconic tunes with riveting tales of the inspiration behind some of pop music’s biggest songs and singers, and a humorous tour into the days and nights of a songwriting prodigy. Getting to know the man behind such generational touchstones as “Worst That Could Happen” or “The Highwayman” in concert is also a lesson in pop culture, an insider perspective on the Nixon Sixties, the Rat Pack heyday, the London Mods, Laurel Canyon and more, told by a charming yarn spinner who hasn’t lost sight of his roots despite decades of international fame. More than a concert, an evening with Jimmy Webb in performance is a master class you can sing along with.

$40 Advanced - $45 Day of Show

Tickets Available at the Door

Full dinner menu will be available. $20 per person food/drink minimum

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