Friday, September 3, 2021

Singer-Songwriters Coming Up at SOPAC 


Upcoming Singer-Songwriters


At this time, we anticipate re-opening to the public by September 10.




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Enjoy Familiar & New Artists this Season 

So far this season, our Singer-Songwriter series includes music from several instantly recognizable artists as well as a few up-and-comers that we think you'll enjoy.

This series features a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, an Indie Folk duo, a Bayou Soul artist and Grammy Award winners. Sample their music through our Spotify playlist and visit our website to reserve your seats today!




This sharp dresser has performed with artists such as Amos Lee, O.A.R. and Jason Mraz and is often compared to Joshua Radin, Matt Kearney and Gavin DeGraw.



Eric Hutchinson


The Grammy-winning artist with a restrained Folk-Pop sound, celebrates her career-spanning live album in an intimate concert at SOPAC.



Suzanne Vega


SEP 30  The Milk Carton Kids 

The harmonious sound of the twice Grammy Award-nominated Indie-Folk duo has earned them comparisons to Simon & Garfunkel and the Everly Brothers.



The Milk Carton Kids


NOV 12  Joan Osborne

The multi-platinum selling recording artist and seven-time Grammy nominee is a soulful vocalist who has performed alongside the likes of Stevie Wonder, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris & Mavis Staples.



Joan Osborne

DEC 9  Martin Sexton

Martin Sexton's spirited songs run the American musical gamut, incorporating Soul, Country and Blues. The guitarist has been praised for “his unpretentious heartiness” (The New York Times).



Martin Sexton


DEC 10  KT Tunstall

On the heels of her tour with Hall & Oates and Squeeze, this guitarist brings us her sensual Pop-Rock energy in hits like "Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” and “Suddenly I See."



KT Tunstall



MAR 18  Edwin McCain

 This “great American romantic” (The New York Times) songwriter's tender ballads "I'll Be" and "I Could Not Ask for More" are instantly recognizable. 



Edwin McCain


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