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Gauthier Amedee Presents: Kirk Andrés Wilson & His Band

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November 20, 2021 7:30 PM
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Date:
Saturday, November 20, 2021
Time:
7:30 pm
Cost:
$25.00 - $61.00, plus tax and fees
Rating:
Length:
2 hrs, w/ 15 min intermission
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School Show Reservation:
For reservations and group rates, contact School Show Coordinator Ronni Bourgeois at 225-389-7266 or SchoolShows@manshiptheatre.org.
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Kirk Andrés Wilson & His Band

Presented by Gauthier Amedee Personal Injury Law- http://gotobat.com/

Musical Concert featuring Professional Recording Artist Kirk Andrés Wilson & His Band. Featuring Munyungo Jackson (Stevie Wonder),"Ronnie Kaufman" (The Gap Band), & Edwin Livingston (Josh Groban).

Kirk Andrés Wilson is a Professional Entertainer and Jazz Musician from Louisiana, USA. Growing up near New Orleans, he has a very soulful sound. His single "Wonderful World"  has reached to number 9 in Billboards Top 100 Singles! His debut CD, "My Love" is distributed internationally and is available in retail and online stores everywhere.

The Kirk Wilson Band has become a regular attraction at Downtown Disneyland performing at least eleven styles of jazz and blues.

He has performed for many dignitaries: the Governor of California, the Arch Bishop to the Queen of England, the Mayor of Los Angeles, Saddleback Church, West Angeles Bible Church and CEO Executives in Asia and Europe.

In college, he studied with Mr. Alvin Batiste, Mr. Ellis Marsalis, Dr. David Evenson and Mrs. Gretchen MaGee (teacher of Bill Evans). You can hear in his music that he indeed has maximized his rich heritage and New Orleans influence.

All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket to attend performances. Please carefully consider whether a performance is appropriate for children before planning to attend.

Masks are welcome, but not required in the Manship Theatre