GLENS FALLS – Grammy Winning Grand Ole Opry Star, and Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Famer, Larry Gatlin (Of Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers) brings his iconic hits to the stage of the Wood Theater on Sunday, March 12, 2023 at 3pm. As part of Kevin Richards’ Country Concerts ‘Close Up’, Larry steps in the spotlight to sing Gatlin Brothers favorites like, ‘All The Gold In California’ ‘Broken Lady’ ‘Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer To You)’ ‘Night Time Magic’ ‘Statues Without Hearts’ ‘I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love’ and many more of their 32 Top 40 Records.
ACM Male Vocalist of the Year, Larry Gatlin, led his brothers to several CMA & ACM nominations for Vocal Group Of The Year, and 5 BMI ‘Million-Air’ Awards. His songwriting credits are legendary! Larry Gatlin ranks 4th as solo writer’s with the most self penned Top 40 Billboard Hits. His songs have been recorded by everyone from Elvis Presley, Barbara Streisand, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Tom Jones and Glen Campbell- securing his legacy as one of BMI’s Top Solo Songwriters of All-Time!
The show starts with Classic Country favorites from one of the North Country’s best traditional groups, Whiskey River- followed by an Up Close & Personal Interview with CMA Winner Kevin Richards.
Following the success of two sold out Randy Travis shows (9/11/22), Kevin Richards’ Country Concerts ‘Close Up’ announces more Grammy & CMA Nominees and Winners to play intimate shows at the Charles R. Wood Theater in Glens Falls, NY. Kevin Richards, 7 Time CMA Broadcast Nominee and Winner, launched the series with Grammy Legend Randy Travis in September. Richards’ mission is to put talented throwback singers and songwriters back in the spotlight, up close and personal, in a charming hometown atmosphere, where you can see and hear every note.
Sat. 11/26/22- Christmas With Liberace & Elvis! A fun Christmas Show for your friends & family to kick off the holiday season. Featuring David Maiocco as Liberace and Drew Polsun as Elvis. Maiocco was awarded the Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding Music Direction in 2000 and The MAC (Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs) Award for Best Musical Director in 2002. Polsun is one of the most popular Northeast Elvis performers, originating in Glens Falls, NY.
Sun 11/27/22- Ty Herndon: Grammy Nominated and Dove Award Winning Artist with 17 Billboard Hits! ‘Living In A Moment’ ‘A Man Holdin’ On (To A Woman Letting Go)’ ‘Loved Too Much’ ‘It Must Be Love’ ‘Steam’ ‘Hands Of A Workin’ Man’ ‘No Mercy’, and the new hit, currently climbing the charts, ”Till You Get There’! Regional favorite Mike-Bear opens the show.
Sun 12/18/22 Aaron Tippin: ACM Nominee with 30 Years Of Country Radio Hits! ‘You’ve Got To Stand For Something’ ‘Workin’ Man’s Phd’ ‘I Got It Honest’ ‘That’s As Close As I’ll Get To Loving You’ ‘Kiss This’ ‘Where The Stars And Stripes and Eagle Fly’ and ‘My Blue Angel’. New England duo Martin & Kelly opens the show.
Sat. 1/28/23 Billy Gilman: Grammy Nominee, American Music Award Winner and Runner Up of NBC’s ‘The Voice’! ‘One Voice’ ‘Oklahoma’ ‘There’s A Hero’ ‘When We Were Young’ ‘I Surrender’ and ‘Got It Get It Good’. Glens Falls family trio, Bravely, opens the show.
Sun. 3/12/23 Larry Gatlin: Grammy Winner, Grand Ole Opry Star, Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame Member! ‘All The Gold In California’ ‘Broken Lady’ ‘Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer To You)’ ‘I Just Wish You Were Someone I Love’ and ‘I’ve Done Enough Dying Today’. Classic Country Group Whiskey River serves as the opener.
Sat. 4/22/23 Suzy Bogguss: Grammy, CMA & ACM Winner! ‘Hey Cinderella’ ‘Aces’ ‘ Drive South’ ‘Letting Go’ ‘Two Step ‘Round The Christmas Tree’ ‘Outbound Plane’ ‘Hopelessly Yours’ and ‘Someday Soon’. North Country favorite Ryan Clark opens the show.
Sun. 5/14/23 Conway Twitty Tribute, featuring son Michael Twitty! A tribute to the legendary CMA Winner and Member of both the Country Music & Rockabilly Hall Of Fames. Memories Of Conway LIVE ‘Hello Darlin’ ‘Tight Fittin’ Jeans’ ‘It’s Only Make Believe’ ‘Slow Hand’ and ‘That’s My Job’. Thomas Edison Hall Of Fame inductee Marty Wendell opens the show.