presented by Kelly Simon Event Management
opening act – The Tim Woods Trio
Saturday, March 11 at 7:30 PM
RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, JULY 29 at 7:30 PM
Original tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date. Patrons who cannot attend the July 29 performance may request a full refund by calling the Box Office at 724-836-8000 Monday – Friday 9 AM – 5 PM or Saturday 10 AM – 2 PM.
Refund requests must be made by 2 PM Saturday, March 11.
$35, $45, $55, $65, $90
add Meet & Greet to any ticket – $50 (limit number available)
Most of us know Steven Seagal for his roles as an action hero with an acting career that was launched from his Los Angeles Dojo in the late 80’s where he taught Martial Arts to the likes of Sean Connery, James Coburn and the famed talent agent, Michael Ovitz. It was Mr. Ovitz who paved the way for Steven to co-write and star in his first and hugely successful action film Above the Law in 1988 and from there it launched a career of over 20 movies and $2 billion in box office receipts. Steven immerses himself in his work on the screen, writing, producing, directing and acting. His films include box office successes such as Hard to Kill, Marked for Death, Under Siege, Executive Decision, Glimmer Man, and Exit Wounds to name a few.
Today, Steven continues to put out movies, but one of the most treasured aspects of this diversely talented man is his music. He is a proficient blues artist and has honed his guitar skills playing his music with some of the greatest blues legends to walk this earth. BB King, Bo Diddley, John Lee Hooker and his greatest influence, Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown are all among those who Steven has jammed with and also shares a common bond – the blues. Steven is a purist when it comes to the blues and he remains true to its roots which is evident in his latest release, Mojo Priest, recognized as one of the best blues albums to surface in many years. Steven’s first album, Songs from the Crystal Cave, was a top seller in European markets and features a combination of styles including blues, pop, jazz and reggae, with a classic harmonica solo by Mr. Stevie Wonder.
To order by phone, call the Box Office at 724-836-8000
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