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What: Chuck Brodsky concert
Who: Marshall Grange
Where: Marshall Grange, 4940 Marshall Road in Garden Valley
When: Saturday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m.
Cost: $12 in advance, $15 at the door and $10 for grange members
North Carolina based singer-songwriter Chuck Brodsky is returning to one of his favorite venues, the Marshall Grange in Garden Valley. The show is Saturday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door and $10 for grange members. They can be purchased at Cherry Records in Auburn, Main Street Music in Placerville, and Rose’s Garden Café and the Golden Gecko Garden Center in Garden Valley, on line at brownpapertickets.com or by phoning 530-642-8671.
Brodsky’s guitar and lyrics paint a musical sketch of the drama of our daily lives, shedding a humorous light on our trials and tribulations.
He has a genuine connection to the people of the Georgetown Divide, and has sold out the Grange Hall in his last three concerts here.
He is a master story teller introducing his songs which poke fun at political corruption, road rage, unsung heroes and forgotten but incredible people, odd characters from the game of baseball, migrant fruit pickers, the Goat Man, a clown, and Radio, a developmentally disabled man who was the subject of the 2003 movie “Radio.”
Brodsky has performed concerts of his celebrated baseball story songs at the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and toured extensively throughout the U.S., Canada, and Ireland for 12 years, playing at folk festivals at Tønder in Denmark, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Kerrville, Philadelphia and Strawberry, as well as the Lincoln Center Out of Door series in New York.
He has appeared in concert with Arlo Guthrie, Janis Ian, Pete Seeger, Tim O’Brien, Ramblin’ Jack Elliot, John Hartford and many more.
A sampling of his songs can be heard at chuckbrodsky.com. along with cuts off his new CD, “Subtotal Eclipse.”
The Marshall Grange is located at 4940 Marshall Road in Garden Valley.Driving directions may be found at marshallgrange.org.
For further information call 530-642-8671