Student Rush: ½ off any price ticket anytime at Box Office or by phone with student ID (limit 1 ticket per ID).
Military Discount: 25% discount at Box Office or by phone with military ID (limit 2 tickets per ID).
Friday – 7:30 p.m.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
How often do you get the opportunity to hear an award-winning, history-making singer/songwriter perform his own songs in an intimate setting like the Victoria Theatre? Let alone a musician whose voice is still as haunting and as clear as it was the first time you heard him?
J.D. Souther played a key role in the formation of the Eagles and co-wrote the band’s hits “Heartache Tonight,” “Victim of Love,” “New Kid in Town,” and “Best of My Love;” Don Henley’s super hit “The Heart of the Matter;” as well as writing Linda Ronstadt’s classics “Faithless Love,” “Simple Man, Simple Dream,” and “Prisoner in Disguise.” A highly sought-after songwriter and session man, Souther had chart-topping successes with “You’re Only Lonely” and the James Taylor duet “Her Town Too.” He has collaborated with countless world-renowned musicians including Bonnie Raitt; Warren Zevon; Don Henley; Linda Ronstadt; Paul Williams; Crosby, Stills & Nash; Hugh Masekela; Burt Bacharach; Dixie Chicks; India Arie; Roy Orbison; Arthur Hamilton; George Strait; Brian Wilson; and Trisha Yearwood. Our fingers are crossed for a sneak peek of his newest jazz-inspired project due out in December You can learn more about J.D. SOUTHER and watch more videos here!
Ages 13 and up. For the consideration of all patrons, children on laps and/or babes in arms are not permitted at Victoria Theatre Association Variety Series presentations.
WANT TO BRING A GROUP?
Visit our group information page or call (937) 228 -7591, x3074.
TITLE SERIES SPONSOR:
Projects Unlimited, Inc.
CAST PARTY HOST:
Uno Chicago Grill
OFFICIAL ENERGY SPONSOR:
Dayton Power & Light Company
OFFICIAL INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER:
Crowne Plaza Dayton
OFFICIAL RECYCLING PARTNER:
Ohio Arts Council
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