CALEB ELLIOTT - Home Concert Series Clarksdale White House
The Delta Bohemians present Caleb Elliott in a Home Concert Series, Thursday, November 29th at the Clarksdale White House, 325 W. 2nd Street, Clarksdale, MS at 7:15PM.
Join us for an intimate performance in our living room with this exceptional singer-songwriter and musician, Caleb Elliott. Caleb plays guitar, mandolin and cello. A violinist will accompany him.
We provide water, ice, some setups and glassware. Event Sponsor Abe's Bar-B-Q provides complimentary sandwiches and beans. Guests may bring a dish to share if they like.
It is a BYOB event, too.
Magical Madge and Chilly Billy Howell
The Delta Bohemians
Free street parking is available.
Enter through the Carport Door on the side of the home.
Carport Door opens at 6PM.
Music starts at 7:15PM sharp....if y'all all get here on time. <<hint hint>>
All seating is general admission. First Come First Choice Seating.
Did I mention, you need to Bring Your Own Beverage?
100% of ticket sales go to the artist.
$15 Advance Ticket price
$20 CASH day of Ticket price at the door IF NOT SOLD OUT.
Online Ticket Sales end at 12:15PM on the day of the concert.
Cash Sales only at the door.
Who is this singer-songwriter-guitarist-cellist CALEB ELLIOTT?
Although we do not know Caleb Elliott well, we are very familiar with his outstanding songwriting, voice, guitar, mandolin and cello playing. (He played cello at Carnegie Hall before his 18th birthday!)
Recently we heard Caleb in a surprise solo opening performance before a Travis Meadows Folk All Y'all Concert in Memphis, and found his music hauntingly beautiful and touching; it felt timeless.
He writes about very personal and real things. He penned "Don't Go Losing Your Head" after a phone call he received from his brother. This kind of advice applies to any time. Any day.
Caleb writes about a young girl on the threshold of an early, unanticipated wedding and a "baby on the way."
Above all, Billy and I were captivated by the words, the music and the sweet, endearing spirit of Caleb Elliott, a master cellist and guitarist.
Therefore, after meeting Caleb, we mentioned our Home Concert Series at the Clarksdale White House. Caleb's immediate and enthusiastic response was "I love doing home concerts!"
Thus started our journey of working with Caleb and his agent, Heath Baumhor with APA Agency, to schedule a performance.
Clarksdale White House will feature Caleb Elliott in our Home Concert Series on Thursday, November 29th at 7:15PM! Caleb will be accompanied by a violinist in his concert.
We hope you will join us.
MORE ABOUT CALEB ELLIOTT - THE MUSICIAN
ABOUT CALEB ELLIOTT
Caleb is a seasoned musician. He has toured the world as a cellist with acclaimed singer-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc. Although Caleb is originally from Natchitoches, Louisiana, he now resides in Muscle Shoals.
Caleb's new solo record is a collection of songs that reaches back to his hometown and background of Natchitoches as a classically trained cellist and forward to the sound he is building with new generations of Shoals musicians.
Read more about this special artist as taken from Little Brother Music website below.
Caleb Elliot, the son of a preacher man, the child of Melody and the brother of Harmony. South Louisiana singer-songwriter-guitarist-cellist-bandleader Caleb Elliotts biography flows together like one of his vibrant original songs.
He grew up in the pastoral countryside outside Natchitoches, La., and played cello at Carnegie Hall before his 18th birthday. Since relocating to Lafayette, La., hes played countless live shows and honed his songwriting, musical and production chops.
On his debut release, Where You Wanna Be, hes joined by some of the finest names in south Louisiana music for a collection of strikingly original songs and arrangements.
Vocalist Susan Cowsill, bassist Tom Drummond of Better Than Ezra, drummer Doug Belote, fiddler Mitch Reed of BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet and guitarist Sam Broussard of Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys all contributed their talents to this collection of songs running the gamut from the power-pop of I Dont Mind to the gritty overdrive of Run.
The record was produced by Tony Daigle, a veteran of many Grammy-winning projects, and was recorded at studios across south Louisiana. Elliotts songs are slices of love and life, stories of folks looking for their place in this world. From the bouzouki-and-tremolo-fueled folk-rock of Speaking of to the lovelorn ruminations of I Would Never and on through the joyriding title track reprise of Le Reel Fâché, Where You Wanna Be is an album to remember.
Clarksdale White House (View)
325 W. 2nd Street
CLARKSDALE, MS 38614
|Minimum Age: 13|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|