Lebanon Concert Association begins second half of season Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 February 2018
GUIDON staff

The Lebanon Concert Association kicks off the second half of its 2017-2018 season at 7 p.m. tonight at the Cowan Civic Center with a performance by the internationally celebrated western-swing band Hot Club of Cowtown.

Celebrating its 20th anniversary on tour, Hot Club of Cowtown has brought its mix of country and jazz to audiences around the world. Consisting of fiddle player Elana James, guitarist Whit Smith and bass player Jake Erwin, the band has recorded 13 albums since 1998, performed with legendary headliners Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and others, and been featured at country, jazz, folk and rock festivals worldwide.

ImageTonight’s concert is one of three remaining in the current LCA season and one of six in the series that began in October. The association offers patrons season passes for all six concerts for $75, with group rates and other packages available. Single-performance tickets are limited, and average $20 per person at the door. 

Upcoming performances include:

— March 6: Apollo5, an English a cappella ensemble of two women and three men, performs a variety of classical, pop and retro jazz tunes.

— April 29: “I Write the Songs” is a tribute to the music of Barry Manilow performed by Jim Witter and his band.

All concerts are at the Cowan center, located at 500 East Elm St. in Lebanon. For more information, visit the association’s website at concertassociation.net/LebanonMO/index.cfm 


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