James Taylor And His All Star Band With Bonnie Raitt | Live In Atlanta
Tuesday, July 11, 2017 | Infinite Energy Arena
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter James Taylor is coming to Atlanta for a live concert at Infinite Energy Arena on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, and PBA30 wants you to be there!
The summer tour features James Taylor and His All Star Band along with special guest Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Bonnie Raitt and her band. Audiences can expect to see the bands perform favorite songs of years past along with newer pieces.
James Taylor can most recently be seen on PBA30 in his PBS special with Carole King, "Live At The Troubadour."*
James Taylor And His All Star Band With Bonnie Raitt | Tuesday, July 11, 2017 | Infinite Energy Arena
Thank you for your support! All tickets are now sold out.
If you can't make it to the concert, you can still support great musical programing on PBA30 with a contribution for any of the gifts below:
$150 contribution or $12.50 monthly support: CD/DVD "Carole King & James Taylor: Live At The Troubadour" and 2-CD set "Carole King: Tapestry" and "Carole King: The Legendary Demos"
$100 contribution or $8.34 monthly support: CD/DVD "Carole King & James Taylor: Live At The Troubadour"
$75 contribution or $6.25 monthly support: 2-CD set "Carole King: Tapestry" and "Carole King: The Legendary Demos"
ABOUT THE PBS CONCERT SPECIAL
Carole King & James Taylor Live At The Troubadour
This concert special starring Carole King and James Taylor was filmed at their 2007 performances celebrating the 50th anniversary of Los Angeles' famed Troubadour nightclub. At that club 40-some years ago, Taylor urged King to emerge as an artist from behind her piano, a seminal moment in the history of these pop singer-songwriter icons. King and Taylor perform 12 songs, including stunning performances of the pair’s most beloved hits, such as King’s “So Far Away,” “It’s Too Late” and “Will You Love Me Tomorrow?” as well as Taylor’s “Carolina in My Mind,” “Sweet Baby James” and “Fire and Rain,” to name just a few.