With support: Deborah Rose.
Jimmy Webb has influenced generations of musicians worldwide from Billy Joel to John Mayer and Keith Urban to Rumer. Webb is the man who gave the world what has been called ‘the first existential country song’ (The Highwayman) and confounded generations of radio listeners with the brilliance of a lyric about a cake left out in the rain (MacArthur Park). Webb has topped the country, disco and pop music charts with a list of artists astounding in its diversity and he remains a trailblazer among songwriters 50 years after his first hit.
Webb now brings his multi-platinum playlist on the road in an intimate evening of songs and stories not to be missed, including Wichita Lineman, By the Time I Get to Phoenix, MacArthur Park, Up, Up and Away and many more.
Deborah Rose is a Welsh-born singer/songwriter whose emotive, timeless voice has been described by folk legend Judy Collins as ‘one of the finest I’ve heard’.
7.30pm: Deborah Rose
8.30pm: Jimmy Webb
- Concert Duration:
- approx. 2½ hours