91.1 The Avenue Announces Show with Marc Cohn and opener, the Blind Boys of Alabama at Meyer Theatre in Green Bay

Wednesday July 27th show to feature 25th Anniversary of Cohn's iconic debut album including "Walking in Memphis."

Published Monday, April 18, 2016

Independent, nonprofit, community radio, 91.1 The Avenue today announced that tickets will go on sale at 5 am on Thursday April 21st for a Wednesday July 27th show with Marc Cohn and opener the Blind Boys of Alabama at the Meyer Theater in Green Bay.. The 7 pm show will feature Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Marc Cohn performing his platinum selling self-titled debut album in its entirety, along with an all-star band in this iconic 25th Anniversary year. The album includes such songs as “Walking in Memphis”, “True Companion”, “Ghost Train”, “Silver Thunderbird” and “Perfect Love.”

Opening the evening will be five-time Grammy winners- Blind Boys of Alabama who have set the standard for 7 decades to become one of the most recognized and decorated roots music groups in the world. (They've even performed at the White House for 3 different presidents.) After opening the show, the group will join the all-star band for an amazing evening of music to benefit 91.1 The Avenue.

Tickets are partially tax-deductible, with $50 general admission seats and $75 Front Five rows and Grand Tier seating at the Meyer Theatre. Seats can be reserved through Ticketstaronline.com, by calling Ticket Star at (920) 494-3401, or AvenueRadio.com.

The mission of The Avenue is to provide a one-of-a-kind music mix at 91.1 FM, streaming at AvenueRadio.com and to be the voice for the nonprofit community by granting free air time to area nonprofits to spread the message of their mission and news about their fundraising efforts. In the past 2 years The Avenue has provided over 1.5 million in granted air time to area nonprofits.


For questions or more information contact 91.1 The Avenue Marketing Director Michele Olson, micheleo@AvenueRadio.com or 920-664-1124.

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