Oct 15, 2021 | Myron's Cabaret Jazz

A Very Special Evening with Karla Bonoff


Oct 15, 2021
7:00 PM
On Sale TBD

Ticket Prices
$39.00 — $59.00
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Hailed as one of the leading singer-songwriters of her generation, Karla Bonoff has penned chart-topping hits for megastars such as Bonnie Raitt, Wynonna Judd, Trisha Yearwood and Linda Ronstadt. Performing sold-out concerts worldwide, Bonoff invites audiences to enjoy her greatest hits in an intimate format, where she will sing and perform on piano, while backed by gifted guitarist Nina Gerber. Bonoff will deliver many of her popular ballads, such as "All My Life," "Someone to Lay Down Beside Me" and "Tell Me Why," as well as fresh originals from her new, 2019 album “Carry Me Home.”

Bonoff’s acclaimed, four-decade career includes opening for James Taylor and Jackson Browne, touring with Bonnie Raitt, as well as writing and recording songs for iconic films such as “Footloose.”

Enjoy this rare evening showcasing a versatile artist’s impressive music legacy.

Approx. 90 minutes with (one) 20 minute intermission
Subject to change at artist’s discretion.

Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.

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The Sound of Perfection

Head Audio Engineer at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz Hails from Career with Music Icons After serving as a top audio engineer on tour with Prince, Kevin Harvey has high standards ingrained in his blood. “If you were even a little far from what he wanted, you were going home the next day,” recalls Harvey, now head audio engineer for Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center. “You lived in a pressu