A Tribute to Robbie Robertson Benefitting the Folk Americana Roots HOF
On August 9th, the world lost Robbie Robertson. This master musician and songwriter, often referred to as a father of Americana, left an indelible mark on popular music. The list of songs he wrote as part of The Band is tremendous: The Weight, The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down, Up on Cripple Creek, The Shape I'm In, and countless others.
In partnership with City Winery Boston, we are proud to present this tribute to Robbie's music and legacy.
Confirmed performers include Chuck McDermott, Dan & The Wildfire, David Herlihy, Kemp Harris, Reed Foehl, Sal Baglio, with more to come.
Housed in the Wang Theatre, the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame celebrates the history of Folk, Americana and Roots music through displays, memorabilia, artifacts, multi-media, lectures, concerts, special curated exhibits from the Museum Collective and more. As much as any city in the country, Boston is the musical birthplace for the styles and artists we celebrate, making it a fitting home.
There are artists today who have penned the songs that will forever be staples in the songbook that defines the last century. Their impact will be remembered a century from now. This will be their Hall of Fame, and the Hall of Fame for future generations of artists.
Stage Premier Ticket
Stage Premier ticket includes a premium seat to the show and a commemorative show poster