SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (KTAL / KMSS) – Grammy nominated blues-rock musician Kenny Wayne Shepherd from Shreveport will return to give a benefit concert in February to support two local charities.
For the 25th anniversary of the release of “Trouble Is.” The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band will perform the entire album live on stage on February 12 at the Strand Theater. The benefit concert will support Providence House and the Northwest Louisiana Family Justice Center in Shreveport. “The Problem Is…” Features four top 10 hits that will be performed, including “Slow Ride,” “Somehow, Somewhere, Someway,” “Everything Is Broken” and the rock hit Grand audience n ° 1 “Blue on Black”.
Tickets have gone on sale Thursday morning. The performance at the Strand Theater, where they celebrated the release of “Trouble Is..” 25 years ago, will begin at 7:00 PM. Seat prices vary by section, ranging from $ 35 to $ 74. Masks are mandatory for upcoming performances, and they will update new information on safety procedures as needed on their website.
In a press release Thursday afternoon, Shepherd said, “We’ve come full circle by hosting the concert here because we kicked off the release of this album here. When we come to town and do shows, we like to have a charitable component involved in our shows because I subscribe to the theory that whoever you give a lot, you expect a lot. And we try to give back to the community that has given me so much ”.
The show will be broadcast worldwide and released later this year as part of an anniversary package.
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