Sun, February 23, 2020 5:00 pm
In this premier season of the Kanbar Center’s new “Live On Stage with Michael Krasny” Series, KQED Forum Radio Talk Show host Michael Krasny welcomes local musician Danny Click. Danny was born in Indiana, before moving to Austin Texas where his music career took off. At first as a well-respected musician’s musican, things changed in 2011 when his first single “Wait My Turn” reached #1 on Nashville’s Indie World Country Chart. In Marin, Danny has built a large and passionate fan base that includes musical greats Carlos Santana and Elvin Bishop, both of whom have joined him on stage for impromptu jams.
An incredible songwriter with a sound that has been called “a refreshing return to smart, sassy blues-inflected country rock” and guitar playing reminiscent of Stevie Ray and David Lindley, tonight we’ll hear more of his story and hear some of his less preformed acoustic songs with a little help from his friends. .
Michael Krasny sets the standard by which all public affairs and cultural radio is measured. – Michael Chabon
Assisted Listening Devices
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Adv / Day of
$40 / $47 Best Reserved Table Seating
$30 / $37 Reserved Table Seating
$20 / $27 General Admission/without Table
4:00pm – Concessions/Will Call open
4:30pm – Doors Open
5:00pm – Program Begins / approx. 45-60 minutes of on-stage conversation followed by audience Q & A
6:00pm – Acoustic performance
6:30pm – Meet and greet in the lobby
Dr. Michael Krasny is host of the award winning KQED FORUM, a program discussing news and public affairs, current events, culture, health, business and technology. FORUM can be heard daily on Northern California’s public radio station, KQED, as well as on Sirius/XM Satellite with National Public Radio, Comcast digital cable, and on the Internet as a podcast on iTunes. He has interviewed a wide range of major political and cultural figures. He is also a veteran interviewer for the nationally broadcast City Arts and Lectures series. Focus Magazine named him Best Bay Area Talk Show Host, and he was selected Best Talk Host and Best Interviewer by the editorial staff of San Francisco Weekly, as well as in their annual reader’s poll.
Peets coffee, Numi Teas and a variety of snacks and freshly baked goods available for purchase. Concessions may be taken in the theater and enjoyed throughout the performance. No table service.
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