Songs of John Prine

Billy Prine & The Prine Time Band Present

Songs of John Prine

country

Sat

November 6

Nov 6

Doors at 7pm, Show at 7:30pm

the Riverwalk Center

Billy Prine (the younger brother of John Prine) formed and led his first bar band in Chicago at the tender age of twelve. Chicago in the 1960’s and early 1970’s was wide open, just as FM radio was evolving, with all types of music, but especially the blues from the famed Chess Records and country music with the National Barn Dance, which was a precursor to the Grand Ole Opry. Growing up in such a rich musical city allowed Billy to develop his unique style of American roots music and absorb a myriad of influences firsthand by seeing Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, The Rolling Stones and Chicago’s innumerable blues legends such as Howlin’ Wolf, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Michael Bloomfield, and many more.

June 22-24 | Breckenridge Arts District | 1-4pm

Workshops for Teens

June 22-24 | Breckenridge Arts District | 1-4pm

Ages 12+ | FREE (Reservation Required)

Finding Your Voice ft. multidisciplinary artist Elijah Lynch, aka Smiley Gatmouth

Music Creation and Creative Empowerment ft. Mona (Monalicious), a medicine woman of sound, a composer of groovy tunes and empowering mantras.

Remixing Media ft. Denver MC, producer and visual artist Devin Urioste aka Mace Windu.

Workshops for Teens take place concurrently and participants may register for one workshop for all three days or all three workshops for one day.

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