SOLD OUT: Gregory Alan Isakov with Jeffrey Foucault

Sunday, July 28, 2013 - 7:30pm

Seated show

Gregory Alan Isakov The Weatherman tour poster

Gregory Alan Isakov's This Empty Northern Hemisphere was one of the finest albums the year. Its melancholy poetics and lush, languid melodies stir me. He churns up his own musical atmosphere, ruled by the moon and the sea, at least aesthetically if not always lyrically. That he can do the same thing alone onstage is remarkable. (No Depression)

Anyone familiar with Gregory Alan Isakov will have experienced the magical silken threaded balance he uses to engage the listener. I still can't explain why he leaves me with such a great calm but those gentle melodies and voice will set you adrift. His music possesses a timeless quality, an exqusite listening experience. (Folk Radio UK)

Gregory Alan Isakov returns to the Cedar after a spellbinding show in October 2011. Four years after his ground-breaking This Empty Northern Hemisphere, Gregory has a new album The Weatherman coming out this summer (July 9), making this a terrific opportunity to hear the new songs.

New England singer-songwriter Jeffrey Foucault (also of Redbird) opens.

By request of the artist, there will be NO PHOTOGRAPPHY or VIDEOGRAPHY during tonight's show.

Ticket options and info

  • On sale date: SOLD OUT!
  • The Cedar is an all ages venue

Gregory Alan Isakov playing guitar outside
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and calling Colorado home, Gregory Alan Isakov has been traveling all his life. Songs that hone a masterful quality beyond his years tell a story of miles and landscapes, and the search for a sense of place. Music has been...
Jeffrey Foucault
Longtime disciple of the rich and strange music that sings behind the American veil, Jeffrey Foucault has spent the last decade mining the darker seams of country and blues, producing a string of spare and elemental albums of rare power while garnering...

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