Jake Shimabukuro, Lisa Loeb at Troy Music Hall

jake shimabukuro and lisa loeb

The Troy Music Hall announced a new slate of upcoming shows this week. Among them:

+ Lisa Loeb (and Nine Stories, and her glasses) March 23

+ Uke star Jake Shimabukuro April 27

The whole slate is post jump.

Tickets for Lisa Loeb go on sale to the general public December 10. General tickets for Jake Shimabukuro and the rest of the new slate go on sale December 12.

January 19: A Far Cry Chamber Orchestra
"[A]n exciting new generation in classical music..."

January 26: Michael Cooper
Mask maker and mime.

March 13: A production of As You Like It by The Acting Company

March 21: Helen Reddy
She is woman, hear her roar.

March 23: Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories
Back with her band, it's like the 90s.

April 13: Julie Fowlis
"[A] proud standard bearer for Gaelic music and culture..." She appeared on the Brave soundtrack.

April 27: Jake Shimabukuro
Famous, in part, thanks to YouTube.

May 4: Ellen Sinopoli Dance Company

Yep, the Troy Music Hall advertises on AOA.

photos: Jake Shimabukuro via TMH; Lisa Loeb - Juan Patino

Comments

I saw Lisa Loeb in Saratoga last year and it was a great show. Really casual and fun. She took requests and was incredibly nice. She even dealt with a bat flying around the stage by playing the Batman theme acoustically.

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