The Show Must Go On!
With performing arts venues closed in the region, the Potter Center at Jackson College will offer a Virtual Series, free for the community.
“We were looking for ways to engage our patrons, to let our patrons know we are still thinking of them,” said Sandra Phelan, operations coordinator. “Fall tours have been canceled with the continued shutdown. This is a way to offer entertainment and to help people stay connected with the arts.”
The Sharpe Family Singers
FEB. 26 – MAR. 4
Check out The Sharpe Family Singers, the global TikTok sensation who are bringing the family back to family entertainment. Enjoy their popular music and blockbuster soundtracks.
Go Now! Tribute to the Moody Blues
MAR. 5 - 11
Gordy Marshall was The Moody Blues’ drummer for 25 years and created GO NOW! as the authentic tribute to the group. Enjoy concert and “lockdown” footage created by individual band members.
One Night in Memphis
The #1 Tribute to Presley, Perkins, Lewis & Cash
MAR. 12 - 18
Get ready for rockabilly, country, gospel and rock in this tribute that takes you back to when Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash gathered for an impromptu jam session in Memphis.
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers
MAR. 19 - 25
It’s The Red Hot Chilli Pipers – (NOT the Peppers!) -- an ensemble consisting of bagpipers, guitarists, keyboards, and drummers -- who have been rocking the world with musicianship and a passion for pipes that will leave you breathless.
MAR. 26 - APR. 1
Sinatra fans will enjoy this excerpt from a global livestream celebrating the Frank Sinatra’s concert in Rio de Janeiro. “Sinatra Forever” stars Rick Michel, who Variety calls “The closest thing to Sinatra we have ever heard.”
Williamsburg Salsa Orchestra
APR. 2 - 8
This thrilling salsa group plays indie, alternative, and popular songs from groups like The Black Keys, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire, Spoon and more.
Mojo & the Bayou Gypsies
APR. 9 - 15
Few can lift an audience like Mojo, star of the Bayou Gypsies, performing all original music certified by the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, Zydeco as well as Cajun and New Orleans two-steps, rock and blues rhythms.