Concert Association brings “Piano Men” to Beckley | Culture & Leisure

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It’s hard to imagine Elton John or Billy Joel performing at Beckley. It’s impossible to imagine having them both here at the same time. However, the Beckley Concert Association (BCA) is bringing audiences the next best thing.

“The Piano Men” is a musical celebration of the 1970s – year after year, hit-by-hit – hit songbook collection by Billy Joel and Elton John. Between them, Elton John and Billy Joel have sold nearly 500 million records. On Thursday night, award-winning Canadian artist Jim Witter and his amazing band led a expertly crafted, decade-long tour that begins with ‘Your Song’ and takes us on a time machine, saluting two of today’s most successful artists. popular of the century. songwriters.

The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. at the Woodrow Wilson High School Auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door for $ 25, and season tickets are still available. A season pass costs $ 45 for adults or $ 40 for seniors. Three concerts remain, with the next show featuring contemporary a cappella band Street Corner Symphony on February 24.

The BCA has been advised by the Raleigh County Board of Education, which operates the Auditorium, that masks are required for all indoor events. In addition, participants must maintain an appropriate social distance (6 feet ideally). To avoid congestion in the hall, the doors will be open at 7:00 p.m. In addition, the concert will be played without an intermission.

For more information, visit the BCA Facebook page or www.beckleyconcerts.org.


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