Fri, Apr 12 @ 7:00 PM
(Doors open at 6:00 PM)
Ticket Sales: On Sale
44 S. Main St, Concord, NH 03301
The October 1st Buddy Guy show has been postponed until April 12th, 2024
"It is with deep disappointment that I must share that due to a medical issue that requires some additional healing time, my medical team has advised me to postpone some of my upcoming shows. Please note that this decision was not made lightly, but is in the best interest of my health and wellbeing. We are working on rescheduling these shows as soon as possible, so keep an eye out for updates. Ticket refunds will be available at your original point of purchase. Your support means the world to me, and I promise when I return, it will be a night to remember. Until then, thank you for your understanding, patience, and unwavering love. -- BG"
During his renowned stage show Bobby Rush frequently jumps high into the air, arms spread and legs tucked, only to land gracefully and return without a hitch to his dazzling routine. It’s a move you might expect at a contemporary R&B show, but it’s downright shocking when you realize that Rush is in his late 80s. Rush’s busy schedule includes headlining European festivals with his band and solo programs at venues including Jazz at Lincoln Center, and he just recorded an album of brand new material, All My Love For You, coming out via his own label Deep Rush Records in collaboration with Nashville-based Thirty Tigers. Over the last several years he’s won a second Grammy, re-recorded his 1971 hit Chicken Heads together with his old friend Buddy Guy and young blues star Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, and written a critically acclaimed autobiography, I Ain’t Studdin’ You: My American Blues Story. Rush has become one of the most prominent advocates for the blues tradition.