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AMSDconcerts
@ Sweetwater Union High School
2900 Highland Avenue
National City, CA 91950
(619) 201-0520
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May 4 @7:30
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 7B/7C (+/- 1 row)
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $35 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your Premium Seat order will be filled in Row 5A (+/- 1 row)
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
VIDEOS:
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PERFORMANCE:
FROM DOCUMENTARY:
Eric Andersen's voice, songs, guitar and piano playing created a
career that has spanned over 45 years. He has recorded 25 albums
of original songs, and made numerous tours of North America,
Europe, and Japan.

Eric Andersen first came to prominence as a performer in
Greenwich Village in the early 1960s and immediately became part
of the Village folk and songwriter scene along with Phil Ochs, Tom
Paxton, Dave Van Ronk, Bob Dylan, and was at the epicenter of
"Eric Andersen is one of our finest singers and songwriters, in the most literal sense of that tradition...
the most elegant of singers." ​ ~ David Fricke ~
Rolling Stone Magazine
the Greenwich Village singer-songwriter explosion in New York City.  Aside from his own classics, he’s co-
written songs with Bob Weir (The Grateful Dead), Townes Van Zandt, Rick Danko (The Band) and Lou
Reed.​

March 30, 2018 will see the release of SONY/Legacy's ​
THE ESSENTIAL ERIC ANDERSEN​ – A 42-track
retrospective release covering fifty years of his recorded history.  A US Tour with Eric and his band (Cheryl
Prashker on percussion, Steve Postell on guitar and Scarlet Rivera on violin) will kick off in early April.
May 19 @ 7:30
  • “I was quite startled by the sheer purity of their voices, stark
    arrangements of these songs, and the gorgeous lyrics.” ~ All Music Guide
  • gorgeously harmonizing duo, Nell Robinson and Jim Nunally, roots
    musicians whose songs blur the boundaries of country, folk, and bluegrass,
    have come up with something novel to keep their fans’ attention and
    perhaps rope in some new ones.” ~ Derk Richardson, KPFA
  • “There’s an earthiness to these cuts that will almost make you think you
    are listening to some alternate cuts from a Carter Family session from the
    1930s. The writing and the instrumentation are that much old-school
    sounding that it will no doubt take you back.” ~ Chuck Dauphin,
    Billboard, Music News Nashville
The Nell & Jim Band brings five genre-busting artists together to bring joyful music infused with folk, bluegrass,
Americana, roots, swing, jazz, and the blues.   Alt-Roots, Folkbilly – whatever you call it – it’s original, well done, and a
pleasure to hear.  Featuring Nell Robinson on flute and vocals, Jim Nunally on guitar and vocals,  Rob Reich on accordian,
Jim Kerwin on bass fiddle and Jon Arkin on percussion.

This is truly an
all-star band:
VIDEOS & AUDIO
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  • Nell Robinson has been described as a “modern day Patsy Cline” and “one of the freshest voices in roots music.” Her
    side-projects, from the poignancy of Soldier Stories to the whimsy of The Henriettas, further attest to the breadth and
    ambition of the youthful musical passions she let flower.  Robinson’s 2014 release “The Rose of No-Man’s Land" became
    a PBS Special with it’s own episode in the Music Gone Public series.
  • Jim Nunally is a San Francisco Bay Area-native -- a musician, composer, record producer, and teacher. As a guitarist and
    vocalist with the David Grisman Bluegrass Experience for over 13 years, Jim joins master American guitarists
    Doc Watson and Tony Rice as one of the finest interpreters and performers of bluegrass and traditional music. He is a
    recipient of two Grammy and IBMA Awards and is a two-time Western Open Flatpicking Guitar champion.
  • Jim Kerwin is considered simply one of the best string bass players in the country. He has played with David Grisman for
    over 30 years and is featured on all of Grisman’s Jerry Garcia recordings, all of which boast a unique acoustic setting,
    encompassing a myriad of musical genres. A San Francisco State University graduate with a performance degree in solo
    double bass, he spent several years touring Europe with an avant-garde jazz trio led by vibist Larry Blackshere. He has
    performed with bluegrass greats Red Allen and Del McCoury and has played at Carnegie Hall with Stephane Grappelli
    and YoYo Ma. Kerwin is featured on numerous recordings – including six Grammy nominees – from big band and
    bluegrass to jazz and Latin.
  • Jon Arkin is a versatile, gifted drummer/percussionist who is known for his performances & recorded work in a wide
    variety of musical contexts. In addition to leading his own groups, he has performed with jazz greats such as Lee Konitz,
    Gene Perla, and Ira Sullivan, with singer-songwriters including Stew and Meklit Hadero, Afrobeat bands Albino and
    Soji Odukogbe, a multitude of collaborators in the experimental music world, and countless other artists. He has just
    released an album of original experimental jazz with the Schimscheimer Family Trio entitled “Broken Home”, and has
    developed a unique repertoire as a solo electro-acoustic percussionist. Could his bluegrass groove have come from his
    father? Steve Arkin played banjo with Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys!
  • Rob Reich is quintessentially what makes the San Francisco music scene a vibrant and vital mecca for independent
    music; he’s become one of its stalwart underground artists. Reich started studying piano at age three. After graduating
    with a degree in Music Composition from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, he moved to the Bay Area, where he
    discovered the accordion, now his primary instrument. He is best known for his work with Tin Hat, Gaucho, and Circus Bella.
REVIEWS/QUOTES
Rows 6-11:
*** Reserved Seating - $20 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 7A (+/- 1 row)
Rows 1-5:
*** Premium Seating - $30 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your Premium Seat order will be filled in Row 2A (+/- 1 row)
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
........... All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION:
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ALL ORDERS FILLED IN ORDER OF PURCHASE -- ALL SEATS ARE RESERVED*
*  By Row & Section number (
seats are not numbered)
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ADVANCE SALES END @ NOON ON THE DAY OF THE CONCERT
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Tickets will be available at the theater at 7:00pm
Tickets will be available at the theater at 7:00 pm
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