Outpost in the Burbs hosts duet Joan Osborne and Keith Cotton.
Coming to Outpost in the Burbs stage on Friday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. is Joan Osborne for her Love and Hate Tour, featuring Keith Cotton.
According to the Outpost website, “reviewers have written about Joan’s most recent album, Love And Hate: ‘There’s a substance and depth here that is not easily achieved, and I think Osborne is getting more interesting with time. Recommended,’ said RollingStone.com. ‘4 stars…(Love And Hate is a) triumph of ‘love’…Osborne’s back with (a) sparkling theme album…a fine, and focused, collection of music,’ said New York Daily News. ‘Her sweet yet husky voice is a wonderfully expressive instrument, bringing emotional honesty, a.k.a. soul, to every performance…Osborne’s compositional, arranging and vocal talents take the listener on a classy, beautiful realized music journey through the trials, tribulations and occasionally even delights of love in its various guises,’ said American Songwriter.”
Tickets for the Joan Osborne show are $35 and can be purchased in person at Keil’s Pharmacy, Terra Tea and Studio042. They can also be purchased online at ticketleap.com. The Joan Osborne show is from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., so be sure to get there with plenty of time for parking and to ensure you don’t need to rush around before what is sure to be a great show to kick off the new year’s season!
For more information on Outpost in the Burbs or to see the other shows taking place this season, visit the Outpost in the Burbs website at outpostintheburbs.org.The venue is located just one block over from Valley Road, which has great choices for places to eat before or after the show. One restaurant, Nauna’s Bella Casa, will give you a wonderful experience perfect for the whole family. Nauna’s offers a wide array of Italian cooking, appetizers, soups, salads, pastas, sandwiches, veal, chicken and seafood dishes. All reasonably priced, from their recommended fried calamari at $9.99, chicken parmigiana at $14.99 and stuffed rigatoni at $13.99.