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Postponed - KZFR Presents Todd Snider

Location: PPAC
  • 7:00pm11:00pm Sunday, April 19, 2020

KZFR cares about our community and is aware of the growing concerns surrounding COVID-19. KZFR will continue to serve the community to the best of our ability during this time of uncertainty. We respect the mandate made by Gov. Newsom and out of an abundance of caution for our listeners KZFR may postpone upcoming events.

The 4/19/20 Todd Snider show has been postponed. As more information is available to Staff and the Board of Directors decisions will be made about upcoming Fundraisers and community outreach events.

REFUND INFO

Tickets purchased using a debit or credit card will be refunded (this includes BrownPaperTicket & local ticket sales). Tickets purchased with cash at the KZFR Office or Chico Paper Company can be refunded at the KZFR Office.

Story teller, singer, songwriter, Todd Snider, enjoy at the Paradise Performing Arts Center! Special guest Lilly Winwood will be opening the show.

General Admission seated (not reserved), get there early for best seats. Doors at 7pm, Show at 8pm $25 Advance tickets available at Chico Paper Co., Blaze N' J's and the downtown KZFR Office or online at Brown Paper Tickets

On his music, Todd Snider has said "I was just trying to come up with the best ... most open hearted ... well-thought-out lyrics I could come up with. I wanted every song to be sad and funny at the same time, vulnerable and entertaining at the same time, personal and universal at the same time. I wanted every song to be as uniquely written as possible and then I wanted to perform them in a studio loose and rugged and hopefully as uniquely as I could. My hope is to be hard to describe and/or new ... I'm not saying I am. I'm just saying that's the hope."

In 2015, Lilly Winwood needed a vacation. The countryside of her native Gloucestershire, England felt too familiar, and London was, in her own words, “so big, so expensive, and reeked of havoc and loss and all that good stuff.” So Winwood hopped on a plane to Nashville, where she’d spent childhood summers visiting her mother’s family. The plan was to come back to England after a few weeks—but the vacation never ended. Silver Stage, the debut EP from Lilly Winwood (daughter of classic rock legend Steve Winwood) chronicles this journey through earnest coming-of-age narratives and a sound that—much like her father’s work—offers an English take on traditional American roots music. 

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