Paula Cole (October 21), Cowboy Junkies (November 4), Mountain Snow Orchestra & The McKrells (December 15) and The Fab Faux – who will perform The Beatles’ “White Album” in its entirety (April 28).
Tickets to the performances are currently available to members of The Egg at The Egg Box Office at the Empire State Plaza and by telephone – 518-473-1845.
The Egg accepts new memberships for those wishing to take advantage of the pre-sale. Public on sale date is July 14.
Details of the concerts are as follows:
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 8 PM, $29.50
Paula Cole, who won the Grammy Award in 1998 for 'Best New Artist' for her break out hit songs "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" and "I Don't Want to Wait" makes her debut at The Egg in support of her new double-album of American jazz and folk classics "Ballads".
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 8 PM, $38
For 30 years, the Cowboy Junkies have remained true to their unique artistic vision that helped to define the alt-country musical genre with the introspective, quiet intensity of their critically acclaimed body of original work, highlighted by the sublime vocal stylings of Margo Timmins.
Mountain Snow Orchestra with special guests The McKrells
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 8 PM, $28
John Kirk, Brian Melick and Kevin McKrell have been bringing Christmas cheer to audiences for years as the "orchestra" for the annual Mountain Snow Mistletoe Show. This year they will be joined by the 'new' McKrells and their Celtic-influenced "folkgrass" for a down home evening of holiday music, merriment and mischief.
The Fab Faux - "The White Album"
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 7:30 PM, $68, $49.50, $39.50
Accompanied by the Hogshead Horns and the Crème Tangerine Strings, The Fab Faux celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of The White Album- with the classics "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" and "Back in the U.S.S.R. to the acoustic "Blackbird" and "Rocky Raccoon" to the hard rock of "Helter Skelter" and "Yer Blues" - - the most wide ranging and diverse of all Beatles recordings. Unlike Beatles tribute bands who sport wigs and period costumes, The Fab Faux instead features some of New York's top studio musicians playing songs rarely or never performed live by the Beatles.