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April 29 - 30, 2019

Hiatt's latest reflections on love, relationships, and aging carry enough wit, variety, and vigor to keep us, as he might say, rolling down the track with him.

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Why See John Hiatt?

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A Great American Songwriting Master

John Hiatt's legacy reaches far and wide across the Great American Songwriter's landscape. The Indiana native has long been respected as one of the most respected and gifted songwriters of our time, yet his tendency to shy away from celebrity means his music has often flown under the radar, enjoying a steady cult following instead.

Throughout the course of his 40 year career, Hiatt's fearless exploration of multiple genres including Americana, Punk and New Wave, has always been infused with his enquiring mind, resulting in thoughtful and thought-provoking themes that range from hard truths to existential crises. His latest offering is a return to his Southern Blues roots, simple yet perfectly pitched.

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Performance date: 29 April 2019

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