Don't miss two incredible shows!
Feel the blues from your head to your toes as a legendary guitarist and young phenom take the stage, and hear popular hits from one of the hottest new stars on country radio in a weekend of amazing shows at the Clay Center. See country crooner Scotty McCreery on Saturday, Feb. 23 at 8 p.m. and blues giants Buddy Guy and Jonny Lang on Sunday, Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
With countless accolades amid his massive musical resume, Buddy Guy will confirm he is still just “74 Years Young,” as the opening track of his new album “Living Proof” declares. A 2012 Kennedy Center honoree, this celebrated Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is still searching for new sounds, fresh ideas and untapped creativity. Don’t miss another astounding performance as Guy rocks Charleston one more time.
A professional musician at age 12, Jonny Lang will showcase the grizzled voice and Grammy-winning guitar flairs that rocketed him to international fame in his teens. See how this young prodigy has matured into an unparalleled entertainer, and experience old favorites and new sounds as Lang trades riffs with his mentor in a can’t-miss performance.
This show is sponsored by Kanawha Stone, Terradon and Laurance Jones III.
As a high school baseball player from a small town in North Carolina, Scotty McCreery captured the hearts of millions and became the youngest winner in American Idol history in 2011. With his deep baritone voice and pure country style, this fan favorite is taking the music world by storm. Hear hits like “The Trouble with Girls” and “I Love You This Big” and see why he was recently named Billboard magazine’s No.1 new country artist.
This show is sponsored by WOWK-TV, WBOY-TV, WVNS-TV and BrickStreet Insurance.
These special event performances are part of the spring 2013 Clay Center Presents performance season. Upcoming shows include Kenny Rogers, Jungle Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild Live, The Capitol Steps and Ben Williams & Sound Effect. Single tickets for all shows are on sale now, and season ticket packages are still available.
Tickets for each show start at just $30 and can be purchased by calling 304-561-3570, visiting www.theclaycenter.org or stopping by the Clay Center box office.