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Chris Hillman: Time Between: An Evening of Stories and Songs featuring Herb Pedersen & John Jorgenson



Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Country Rock pioneer, Chris Hillman has never stopped making music, but these last few years have seen the music, the milestones, the special events and the live performances happening at an exceptional pace. From his enduring history to his newest musical achievements, Chis Hillman’s repertoire translates impeccably to the concert stage, enhanced by his vocals and his gifts as a musician. Regardless of the tour configuration, Hillman shares the stage with the best of his peers and a fine example of this is the current Time Between: An Evening of Stories and Songs acoustic tour. With Hillman on mandolin and guitar, Herb Pedersen playing rhythm guitar and banjo and John Jorgenson on guitars and mandolin, their singing and harmonies make for a magical night of music. In addition to the Tour, Chris’ memoir, Time Between: My Life as a Byrd, Burrito Brother, and Beyond, will be released by BMG in September of 2020. As the momentum continues, Chris Hillman is enjoying each chapter of the experience. “I’ve had a great life,” says Hillman. “And it’s not over – we’re not done.” With that affirmation, it is safe to say, more of the best is yet to come.

More info: http://www.chrishillman.com/

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Sep27, 2020

8:00 PM

Tickets: $35-50

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