Legendary artist Judy Collins makes her Webb Center debut on Tuesday, February 4 at 7:30 pm. The singer-songwriter, who became famous during the folk revival of the 1960s, will deliver heartfelt renditions of classics and original material with her distinct soprano voice.
Judy Collins’ career has spanned more than five decades during which she has recorded and performed an eclectic array of songs, including folk, cabaret, pop and show tunes. She won the 1968 Grammy award for “Best Folk Recording” for the classic hit “Both Sides Now” and she is known for her flawless renditions of “Amazing Grace” and “Send in the Clowns,” winner of the 1975 Grammy Song of the Year.
Collins, now 74, still keeps a busy touring schedule performing 80 to 100 dates nationwide annually. This acoustic show features Collins on guitar for an intimate concert of singing and storytelling. Opening for Judy Collins, is singer-songwriter Ari Hest. With one of the richest voices in contemporary music today, his original music fuses the sounds of 1970’s pop similar to Gordon Lightfoot and James Taylor.
Seating is currently limited for Judy Collins, but those interested are encouraged to call the Webb Center Box Office at 928-684-6624 for ticket availability or to have their name put on a list for cancellations. Names will also be accepted at the door, one hour prior to the performance for a standby list. Tickets for the performance range from $40 – $60 for adults and are $5 for 18 and under.