VIRTUAL EVENT

John Kay

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Join us for an intimate engagement revealing rocker John Kay’s (from Steppenwolf) more personal side including rare selections from various solo albums woven together with touching stories and recollections.

VIRTUAL EVENT

KT Tunstall

Now streaming

Grammy®- nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and world-renowned for her songs like “Suddenly I See” (used in “The Devil Wears Prada”) and “Black Horse and a Cherry Tree,” Tunstall hails from Scotland, but has toured the world over. In the past few years, she has toured with The Pretenders, Barenaked Ladies and Hall and Oates amongst others. Her latest studio album, 2018’s “WAX,” has received international acclaim; with a focus on the electric guitar. Get ready to dance in your living room to KT’s mesmerizing electric and intimate solo virtual concert. Please help save live music and the places it lives.

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While we wait patiently in the wings for things to return to normal, we hope you enjoy a semi-regular glimpse into the Lobero’s rich history.

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1896: Onstage on this Date

By Brett Hodges The Lobero Theatre has seen many colorful and memorable performances in its…
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1947: Onstage on this Date

By Brett Hodges On New Year’s Eve 1947 the comic whirlwind that was Lucille Ball…
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1883: Onstage on this Date

By Brett Hodges It was the holiday season in Santa Barbara in 1883, and the…

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The Lobero has seen many colorful and memorable performances in its 148-years. But arguably the most bizarre took place on Jan 13, 1896 - when the “Boy Wizard” commanded the stage footlights. Read more at Intermission Archives here http://ow.ly/X1Et50D9WzZ

Honored to have been included in our friend Charles Lloyd's adventures during 2020. http://ow.ly/6pG450D9NdF

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