Curtis Stigers Blog
Just a few things on my mind…
The 11th Annual Xtreme Holiday Xtravaganza is here! Boise’s favorite holiday show, hosted by Curtis Stigers & featuring Idaho’s finest performing artists, kicks off a second decade of irreverent rollicking fun December 21 & 22. Tickets for the best little variety show in Idaho are on sale NOW! All proceeds support Interfaith Sanctuary Homeless Shelter.
McCall Jazz returns with three nights of jazz with Curtis Stigers and Friends, including a special kickoff concert in Boise at the Historic Egyptian Theatre! Click on the three links below for tickets and info:
Proceeds to benefit Interfaith Sanctuary Shelter, The Shepherd’s Home, McCall Education Foundation, McCall Arts & Humanities, McCall Music Society, McCall Folklore Society, & The Alpine Playhouse
The 3rd Annual McCall Jazz Festival Hosted by Curtis Stigers is moving to Brundage Mountain, Sept 11-12. This year the festival will feature legendary guitarist Bill Frisell, plus saxophonist Jerry Weldon, Saxophonist/Vocalist Grace Kelly, Vocalist Emily Braden, the Sneider Brothers, the Matthew Fries Trio, and of course Curtis Stigers and his band. Proceeds to benefit the Shepherd’s Home and Interfaith Sanctuary.
On the heels of being voted “Best Musician/Band” by the readers of his hometown newspaper The Idaho Statesman, Curtis Stigers and his band will perform live in concert at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Boise Idaho on Monday July 27 at 8pm. Tickets are on sale at the Egyptian Theatre box office or you can get them online right now by CLICKING HERE!
Curtis Stigers and his band are returning to London’s Ronnie Scott’s for their summer residency June 22-27.Get your tickets before they’re all gone! Click here for TICKETS
Greetings from Birmingham, England! I’m over here getting ready for a Friday night (March 5) performance with the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. We’ll be performing the “John Lennon Songbook” – a performance conducted by John Wilson and featuring Claire Martin, Mark McGann, and little old me.
Greetings from Liverpool!
I’m here in Liverpool this weekend to sing John Lennon songs with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Ochestra on a great day of remembrance and celebration: John Lennon’s 70th birthday. I can’t begin to express the thrill that I feel being here for such a momentous occasion. The shows have been sold out for ages, so I won’t bore you with trying to sell you tickets, but if you have a moment this Saturday, October 9th, and feel so inclined, raise a glass and toast the memory and legacy of one of the great human beings of the 20th century. John Lennon was not just a brilliant songwriter and musician, he was champion for peace and justice in a time when he could have just been sitting back and counting his money and resting on his laurels. Cheers, John! Here’s to you, Walrus. Happy Birthday. Goo Goo G’joob…
ON HOLIDAY – SORT OF…
Well, I’m back home after a wonderful sold-out summer tour of the UK and Germany, and I’m going to take a couple weeks off to hang out with my family, get some sun and ride my mountain bike. Thanks to all of you who made it out to the shows this summer. It’s always such a thrill and a privilege to play music for you. (Check out the great Ronnie Scott’s London review in PRESS)