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BCMA Presents: House Concert with Jesse Winchester — Limited Tickets Available!

July 16, 2012

Saturday, July 21st, 6:30pm at Theatre Bristol, Birthplace of Country Music Alliance hosts an intimate evening with singer/songwriter Jesse Winchester. Only a limited number of tickets are available and a sell-out crowd is expected. Tickets are $75 per person, and reservations must be made in advance. To make reservations, call the BCMA office at 423-573-4898. Joan Baez, Elvis Costello, and Reba McEntire have all recorded his music. He is also the artist Jimmy Buffet claims as his "personal hero." Known for his politics as well as his music, Winchester fled to Canada in the late 60s in revolt of the Vietnam War. Winchester catapoulted into the spotlight in the early 70s with American folk-country classics like "Yankee Lady", "Brand New Tennessee Waltz" and "Biloxi". Having recorded ten albums in his career to date, Winchester was awarded an ASCAP Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007.