Update as of March 22, 2022: Steve Forbert is requiring proof of vaccine or proof of a negative PCR Covid test within 72 hours to attend this event. Mask wearing is strongly recommended. When entering the auditorium, hold out your driver's license and valid vaccination card. If you do not have a vaccination card and are taking a PCR Covid test within a 72 hour window of your show, hold out your driver's license and the test result with your name visible. Please note, at-home Covid tests do not fulfill this requirement. Once your vaccination or test result is checked, you'll receive a sticker for entry.
Steve Forbert's folk rock career has spanned four decades and counting. His combination of musicianship and authenticity demands notice. From 1978 to 1982, Forbert released four acclaimed albums. Rolling Stone contributing editor David Wild wrote that now or then, you would be hard pressed to find a debut effort that was simultaneously as fresh and accomplished as Alive on Arrival . . . it was like a great first novel by a young author who somehow managed to split the difference between Mark Twain and J.D. Salinger.' Forbert's second studio release had his Billboard #11 hit Romeo's Tune. Recording success vaulted Steve onto a broader musical stage, touring the U.S. and Europe many times over. His artistic pursuit has resulted in twenty studio albums and numerous live releases, compilations, and accolades. His songs have been recorded by Keith Urban, Rosanne Cash and Marty Stuart. Excelling in every decade of his career, Forbert exemplifies the best of the troubadour tradition. This is an album release tour for ‘Moving Through America.’
Sarah Borges returns to open the show! Conduct a quick Google search, and you'll find that Sarah has been dubbed everything from an Americana darling, to a roots rocker, to a cowpunk by tastemakers as diverse as The New York Times and Sirius XM Outlaw Country Radio.
Planning on seeing your favorite artist at Sellersville Theater? Why not make it a night? Use the promo code SHOW15 when booking online or by phone at The Washington House Hotel, right next door. Enjoy a dessert or a drink worry free, then head upstairs for a wonderful nights sleep. The next morning, our continental breakfast is prepared for you early, so you can still get to work on time!
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