Celebrating The 40th Anniversary Of The Last Waltz - An Evening Of Bob Dylan & The Band, By Graham Alexander & Co. Featuring GARTH HUDSON and Sister Maud Hudson
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ABOUT THE SHOW
GARTH HUDSON is a multi-instrumentalist and co-founder of the legendary and internationally influential rock group THE BAND. Martin Scorcese filmed them with a few well-known friends in The Last Waltz. Garth was a principal architect of the group’s unique sound. His mastery of the Lowrey organ led to his being called “the most brilliant organist in rock and roll” by Time magazine. His other primary instruments include piano, electronic keyboards, tenor sax, soprano sax, and accordion. He has recorded and/or performed with Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan, Marianne Faithful, Gipsy Kings, Norah Jones, Los Lobos, Van Morrison, Robert Palmer, Wilco, Neko Case, Thumbs Carllile, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Bill Frisell, and dozens more, as well as contributing music to such films as Raging Bull and The Right Stuff. He recorded and played on the original Basement Tapes and released them in 2014. Garth’s own albums include The Sea To The North, Live at the Wolf, Music For Our Lady Queen Of Angels, and Garth Hudson Presents A Canadian Celebration Of The Band. He is in a duo with Sister Maud Hudson, his wife; has a 12-piece band; lectures; consults; and teaches master classes when time allows. Presently, he’s preparing the syllabus for The Garth Hudson School of Music in Sweden, which will feature his innovative learning techniques. Awards include Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Canada Walk of Fame, and NY Blues Hall of Fame Legendary Blues Artist 2015.
SISTER MAUD HUDSON is a remarkable and versatile singer known for her unique renditions of both familiar and obscure songs. She grew up in Los Angeles. Among the artists she’s performed and/or recorded with are The Band, Albert Collins, Paul Butterfield, Clifford Scott, Ronnie Hawkins, Hirth Martinez, Dr. John, Cyndi Lauper, Danny Elfman, Geoff Muldaur, Eric Andersen, Kevin Hearn, The Sadies, Don Crawford, Gavin Friday, and Mary Margaret O’Hara. Rick Danko described Sister Maud as a brilliant singer, and she has received praise from author Greil Marcus and L.A. Times critic Robert Hilburn, among other notable writers. No Depression Magazine wrote, “Sister Maud sang with such unadorned elegance that it hushed the packed hall.” Awards include New York Blues Hall of Fame Legendary Blues Artist 2015.