Let the Blues Out! Terry Robb LIVE in Ashland, November 9th

If you like the Blues and want to see and hear a talented acoustic guitar-playing aficionado, then Terry Robb won’t disappoint.

Terry’s album, “Confessin’ My Dues,” is his most recent release and on it, the guitar does all the talkin’ and it has a lot to say. If you watch one of his videos like, “It Might Get Sweaty,”
(https://www.terryrobb.com/confessinmydues) you will know what I mean.

Accompanied by drums and a cello, the beat is catchy, and the music is tight. Robb’s latest album is his 15th and it came out in August of this year. It is receiving acclaims from Vintage Guitar (https://cloud.3dissue.com/196659/197012/230687/VGMSEP2019uvcf78bgbrwsr/index.html?page=26#TerryRobb) and Living Blues magazines. His music can be heard in Hollywood films and popular series like “Game of Thrones.” Although Robb was born in Canada, he now resides in Portland, Oregon.

On Saturday, November 9th at the Geos Institute in Ashland, you can get up close and personal with the music in an intimate atmosphere that is acoustically aligned. Terry will perform a solo concert presented by Hilltop Music Shop (http://hilltopmusicshop.com/) now located in Phoenix in the Rogue Valley.

In praise of Terry Robb, Blues Matters Magazine says, “It is impossible to overstate the significance and sheer delight of this outstanding, clever and creative album from a true blues legend at the top of his game.” Robb has shared the stage with the likes of Robert Plant, Albert Lee, and B.B. King. For his upcoming show, the doors open at 7:00 pm and the show will begin promptly at 7:30 pm. This is an all-ages show and costs $30 in advance or $25 at the door. To purchase tickets, go to https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4422316.

The Geos Institute
84t 4th St.
Ashland
541-482-4459
https://www.geosinstitute.org/

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