Share the love with pi­anist Jim Brick­man at Me­mo­rial Au­di­to­rium FRI­DAY

Share the love with pi­anist Jim Brick­man

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You haven’t of­fi­cially cel­e­brated Valen­tine’s Day un­til Jim Brick­man plays “Valen­tine,” the No. 1 sin­gle from his “Pic­ture This” al­bum.

And that mo­ment will surely be a high­light of his con­cert Fri­day night, Feb. 16, when the com­poser re­turns to town for “An Evening of Ro­mance” in Walker Theatre.

Brick­man will spread the love ashes pends an evening play­ing his pop­u­lar love songs. Join­ing him will be guests Anne Cochran and John Trones.

With a ca­reer t han spans more than 20 years, Brick­man has be­come the most- charted Adult Con­tem­po­rary artist and best- sell­ing solo pi­anist to date.

His com­pos­ing and key­board skills have earned him 21 No .1 al­bums and 32 Top 20 Ra­dio Sin­gles. He’s earned two Gram my nom­i­na­tions, a Dove Award, two SE SAC Song­writer of the Year Awards, and the Cana­dian Coun­try Mu­sic Award. He hosts a na­tion­ally syn­di­cated week­end ra­dio show, “The Jim Brick­man Show,” that in­cludes celebrity in­ter­views and en­ter­tain­ment scoop from Hol­ly­wood.

“I write mu­sic to be shared — to soothe, to in­spire, to cel­e­brate, to love. Tome, mu­sic is the pure and sim­ple sound­track to life’s most mem­o­rable mo­ments,” says the artist.

For more in­for­ma­tion: 423-757-5580.


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