The Paramount Center for the Arts is pleased to provide some outstanding shows in the next few weeks! Please help us spread the word about all of the great events coming up!
WXBQ welcomes PHIL VASSAR
Thursday, Feb. 14th at 7:30pm
Known for up-tempo piano numbers that instantly get your foot tapping like “Carlene,” and “Six-Pack Summer,” and heartstring-tugging devotionals like “That’s When I Love You,” and “Just Another Day In Paradise,” Phil Vassar is one of music’s most beloved stars.
He has garnered numerous awards performer/artist including: ACM “Top New Male Vocalist Award,” ACM “Song of The Year,” Billboards “Top New Breakthrough Country Artist,” Music Row Magazine “Breakthrough Artist of the Year.”
As a special treat, patrons who present their tickets at either 620 State Street Restaurant, or Machiavelli’s Restaurant will be given a 10% discount!
Tickets $25 Reserved seating
PARAMOUNT SEASON SHOW!
Saturday, Feb. 16th at 7:30pm
RHYTHM OF THE DANCE
Rhythm of the Dance is an inspiring epic reliving the journey of two celtic clans as they battle their way to freedom. It illuminates the influence that the Irish Celts had and still have on Irish Society. By combining traditional and contemporary Irish dance, music and song with the latest stage technology, this richly costumed show marries the contemporary with the ancient. It is truly a celebration of all things Irish.
“A rhythmic spectacular… a must see!" -Las Vegas Entertainment News
Tickets: Adult $36.00, Seniors $32.00, Students $23.50, Groups of 6 or more $30.50
Saturday, March 2nd at 7:30pm
Comedian JAMES GREGORY
“The Funniest Man in America”
Delivering common-sense wisdom, old-fashioned values and politically-incorrect humor, James Gregory is known for inspiring fanatic devotion, whether it’s the first or fifteenth time you’ve seen him.
Tickets $35 VIP and $27.50 Individual
Tuesday, March 5th at 7:00pm
AN EVENING WITH PERPETUUM JAZZILE
After seeing their concert somebody once said: “Perpetuum Jazzile is a vocal group in which music is actually the only thing the singers take seriously.” Well, there is some truth to that… but there is more. Powerful rhythms, rich harmonies, energetic sounds are what they love to make and give to the audience through (mostly) a cappella songs and renditions. Who needs instruments when they have voices? Smiles on people’s faces are what they strive for.
|Mike Mahaffey Tribute at Capone's|
|Regional musicians convene for the annual Mike Mahaffey Tribute at Capone's in Johnson City. Featured performers include Matt Mahaffey, Hans Rottenberry, The Butcher Covers, Tad Dickens, Terry McCoy, Bo Bradley, Quentin Horton, Stinky Finger, Andrea Hoskins, and more.|