A CELEBRATION OF THE LIFE OF TOM SHINNESS featuring Keb Mo and Phil Keaggy
with Pat Bergeson & Annie Sellick and Jack Pearson
Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017 8:00 PM CDT
(6:00 PM Doors)
3rd and Lindsley, Nashville, TN
Nashville music icons Keb Mo, Phil Keaggy, Pat Bergeson & Annie Sellick, and Jack Pearson will come together on Tuesday, March 21st at the city’s premier live-music venue to honor one of our own, Tom Shinness. Tom lost his battle with cancer in late February. The singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist was a longtime Music-City favorite, and toured as a sideman with both Keb and Phil. Tom was known especially for his work on harp guitar - and for his easy smile and giving approach to life. Also on this amazing bill are frequent Shinness collaborators Damien Horne and Krista Marie Oswald. Join us for a great night of music and celebration of life!
About Keb' Mo': Over the past two decades, award-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist and contemporary blues artist, Keb' Mo', has cultivated a reputation as a modern master of American roots music through the understated excellence of his live and studio performances. In his newest release, "Keb' Mo' Live - That Hot Pink Blues Album" (Kind of Blue Music), Keb' delivers some of his best material in the most authentic form, through live recordings. Keb' is very involved with the Playing For Change movement, which was created to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music.
About Phil Keaggy: One of the world's most beloved musicians, Phil Keaggy is widely recognized for his phenominal guitar playing, as well as his vocal and songwriting prowess. Keaggy has received numerous accolades and awards for his music, including seven Dove Awards and a Grammy nomination. These days, Keaggy continues to delight audiences all over the US performing primarily acoustic show, and occasional concerts with a band. He is aware that God gave him a calling to deliver the Gospel through his music, and for over 40 years, Phil Keaggy has been grateful to do just that, and will hopefully continue to do so for many years to come.