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Sweet Baby James

America's #1 James Taylor Tribute Artist

Nashville’s "Sweet Baby James"...with spot-on James Taylor vocals & guitar that has audiences claiming, "It's like having James Taylor in your living room..."

Thursday, April 6th - 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


 

TICKET & PRICING INFORMATION

An identical ticketing fee will be added at all points-of-sale…
...online, by-Phone or onsite at the Box Office.

PREMIUM RESERVED SEAT (Our Very Best Seats): $39.00
(Limited to Center Orchestra Row-A through Row-D)
PREFERRED SEATING: $29.00
RESERVED SEATING: $24.00

 

About Sweet Baby James…


Nashville’s “Sweet Baby James” the #1 James Taylor Tribute Artist in the Unite States comes to town with his popular Walking Man Solo-Acoustic Show.
Whether you’re a diehard JT fan or a casual listener, this one is not-to-be-missed.
Join us for the timeless music of the 6-Time Grammy Winner, with a performance you have to hear to believe. Bill Griese (also known as “Sweet Baby James”) sounds so much like Taylor vocally, and plays his signature guitar style so faithfully that you can close your eyes and imagine that you’re listening to the legend himself.
Rest assured, “SBJ” is not a James Taylor “impersonator.”

Expect a natural, authentic, and respectful tribute to an American original.
See why fans rave, “The next best thing to James himself, like having James Taylor in your living room,” and “...closed my eyes and it’s JT.” Expect the ultimate James Taylor experience, with favorites like Fire & Rain, You’ve Got a Friend, Shower the People, How Sweet It Is, Steamroller, and more; plus hidden gems and deeper cuts for a truly Taylormade performance honoring one of the greatest troubadours of our times.