Award-winning country band Old Dominion booked for Santander Arena show [Spotlight]

October 23—Current CMA Award Vocal Group of the Year and Album of the Year nominees Old Dominion perform their No Bad Vibes Tour at Santander Arena, Reading on April 13. Presale is underway and tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday at 10 a.m. at ticketmaster.com.

The Old Dominion headlining tour announcement follows a successful run on Kenny Chesney’s 2022 Here and Now Tour, which included 23 stadium shows this summer.

Old Dominion wrote and recorded new music which they teased on their TikTok page. Their latest album, “Time, Tequila and Therapy”, was released in 2021 and debuted in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and was nominated for Album of the Year at this year’s CMA Awards. .

Old Dominion have become one of Nashville’s most successful post-country bands, fusing smart lyrics with an infectious sound. Since breaking up in 2014, the group has had eight No. 1 singles on country radio, over a billion on-demand streams, multiple platinum and gold single certifications, and headlining arenas and amphitheaters around the world. whole world. The group won their fifth consecutive Group of the Year at this year’s 56th ACM Awards and also won their fourth consecutive Vocal Group of the Year at the 2021 CMA Awards.

Tickets also went on sale for R&B Sunday Funday with SWV, Dru Hill and 112 on February 26 at Santander Arena, comedian Lewis Black on March 11 at Santander Performing Arts Center and Yes Epics & Classics with Jon Anderson and the Bands. Geeks on April 23 at the Santander Performing Arts Center.

Art

‘Sisters’ Gallery Revisited’, an exhibition of artwork by Mary Stoudt, Jean Cocuzza, Sybil Thompson and Julia Cocuzza, will run from Saturday to 28 November at the Schmidt Gallery at GoggleWorks Center for the Arts, Reading. A reception is scheduled for November 11.

The Sisters’ Gallery was founded in 1994 by Sisters Mary Stoudt and Jean Cocuzza and operated first in Sinking Spring and then in the Lancaster County village of Stoudtburg until 2010. This exhibit features the sisters’ works and their daughters, Sybil Thompson and Julia Cocuzza.

During the Sisters’ Gallery years, GoggleWorks alumnus Mary Stoudt created art quilts of great depth and creativity and craftsmanship, winning awards at the “Art of the State” in Harrisburg. Her sister, Jean Cocuzza, continued to paint in oils, watercolors and pastels, often inspired by gallery shows, such as “PA Dutch Postmodern”, “Celebrating Our City” and “Mothers Expressions”.

The gallery featured the colorful and whimsical work of Sybil Thompson, Mary’s daughter and currently artist at GoggleWorks studio. Eventually, Julia Cocuzza, Jean’s daughter, exhibited her oil paintings as she pursued her art studies at Syracuse University and Brooklyn College and developed her career as an art teacher. and mural artist in New York.

“Sisters’ Gallery Revisited” will also include new pieces by Jean, Sybil and Julia.

—-Studio B, Boyertown, will present “Michelle Neifert and Mimi Conrey”, an exhibition of two women showcasing the work of artists who paint flowers, with a vernissage on Friday from 5-7 p.m. A virtual visit will take place between 6 and 7 on Facebook LIVE and will be archived as a Facebook event and on YouTube after opening. Amy Muzopappa of Muzo Media Productions hosts the art tour. The exhibition will continue until November 27.

Neifert has described her work as an exploration, an inner journey in search of knowledge of our interconnectedness, unity and connection at the level of feelings. She explains that her work is interactive – an emotional conversation between the viewer and the color and form of art. In her abstract work, shapes and forms are usually created by herself, often resembling landscape or human form.

Conrey’s work showcases his love of color and portends his future to “relax” towards abstract expressions in his work and life in general. The love of his family, of God, of his dogs and of those whose life is centered on the family inspires his active life and his artistic vision. Her study of Monet at his iconic lake in France inspires her process, and her compassion for the misunderstood Van Gogh informs the intuitive approach she takes to her work.

Both artists will be featured on Jane Stahl’s “B Inspired” podcast in the coming weeks. Episodes can be listened to on a variety of podcast platforms: Spotify, Google, Apple, Castbox, for example.

—- The Yocum Institute for Art Education, Spring Township, will present an exhibition of works by the late Amos “Lemon” Burkhart beginning with an opening reception Saturday at 4 p.m. at its Holleran Gallery.

Mohnton’s Burkhart was a driven young artist who created hundreds of paintings, works on paper, digital art and animations between the ages of 15 and 19. As a junior at Gov. Mifflin High School, Burkhart won the annual Yocum High School Coggins Award. exposure. His work reflected his fascination with the human figure and incorporated “zoetropic” animated sequences.

He tragically died aged 19, drowned in an accident fueled by a combination of Xanax and alcohol, after a year of battling drug addiction, depression, anxiety and issues related to gender identity and gender. relationships. In addition to the art on display, there will be a number of interactive stations that will encourage attendees to process their emotions through thinking, writing, reading, speaking, playing games and making art.

The exhibition, which runs until November 26, is part of Yocum’s month-long “Stay Alive and Make Art” initiative, which offers art experiences to inspire teens. The gallery’s opening hours are Monday to Friday from 9am to 8pm and Saturday from 9am to 1pm

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