The John Pizzarelli Trio will present “For Centennial Reasons: 100 Year Salute to Nat King Cole” — a show Pizzarelli describes as “a retrospective on how I got to Nat Cole and how Nat Cole got to me.”
Rather than impersonation, lead singer Paul Sinclair says Get the Led Out strives to re-create the experience of an era by playing the music as it was recorded — with every nuance intact.
The Del McCoury Band with a Little Help from Our Friends event at Paramount Bristol on April 20 will include sets from Justin Moses and Sierra Hull, as well as The Gibson Brothers, Dre Anders and Cody Kilby.
On Ernie’s actual 100th birthday, Feb. 13, the Paramount Bristol will host an afternoon of Tennessee Ernie Ford music and films from 2 to 5 p.m. culminating with the serving of birthday cake courtesy of Food City.
The world premiere of ‘The Roan Mountain Suite’ will be performed by the Kruger Brothers and the Kontras Quartet on Oct. 15 at Paramount Bristol. The work was commissioned by Kingsport’s Judy Murray to honor her late husband Stanley A. Murray and his conservation efforts.
Comedian James Gregory will bring his relaxed style and down-home personality to Paramount Bristol on Friday, April 1.
Men at Work frontman Colin Hay kicks off the 2016 lineup at Paramount Bristol. Formerly known as Paramount Center for the Arts, Paramount Bristol began 2016 with a new name and website in an effort to distinguish it from theaters in other cities.