He has released some twenty albums - but Ronnie Earl can still take your breath away." ~Guitar Player Magazine " />

Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters

"He has released some twenty albums - but Ronnie Earl can still take your breath away." ~Guitar Player Magazine

Saturday, October 29th at 8:00pm

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GENERAL INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this event will be for RESERVED seating.
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is Available


Doors will open for seating at 7:15pm


SEAT & PRICING INFORMATION

All tickets come with a $5.00 ticketing fee applied during checkout.
PREFERRED ORCHESTRA SEATS: $45.00
SENIOR GUESTS (62+): $5.00-OFF VETERAN / MILITARY: Half-Price
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RESERVED ORCHESTRA: $35.00
SENIOR GUESTS (62+): $5.00-OFF VETERAN / MILITARY: Half-Price

[Balcony Seating is NOT presently available for purchase]

 


Ronnie Earl…

...has a unique, beautiful, easily identifiable tone that comes from within and not from a piece of equipment, such as a pedal, which he has never used. Music critic Jim Hynes has called Ronnie, “The John Coltrane of the Guitar;” B.B. King referred to Ronnie as one of his sons; and writer Ron Weinstock said of Ronnie that he “is a master of tonal dynamics, phrasing, and solo construction. Earl builds solos like smoldering coals in a charcoal grill that bursts into flames when fat drips down.

An authorized biography of Ronnie’s life, Beautiful Child, is in progress and includes stories from Ronnie as well as one hundred of his friends and colleagues who have walked alongside him.

What Ronnie pulls from wood, wire and old Fender amplifiers…” music writer Ted Drozdowski once wrote, “...isn’t so much notes as the sound of the human heart beating with you, crying under the world’s weight or acknowledging the inevitability of another sunrise.

 

 

More about Ronnie…

Ronnie Earl, born Ronald Horvath, has led a storied music career beginning with his early years in Boston while studying at Boston University. He graduated with a dual degree in Education and Special Education in 1975. Ronnie would teach for a few years while playing guitar at night before joining and touring with John Nicholas and The Rhythm Rockers, Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, Roomful of Blues, and finally with his band, The Broadcasters. Ronnie has shared the stage with B.B. King, Otis Rush, Bobby Blue Bland, Albert Collins, Big Mama Thornton, Etta James, Eric Clapton, The Allman Brothers, Jimmie Vaughan, Kim Wilson, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Leonard Bernstein, among many others.