Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue
Friday, January 18, 8 pm, Centennial Hall
$56 per ticket
Trombone Shorty, one of America’s most popular young jazz musicians, is coming to Tucson, and the Stanford Club has arranged for special pricing and availability for his upcoming show.
Our group will benefit from the subscriber price of $56 per ticket, in Row P, Seats 405-410 and Row R, Seats 405-408
Time is running out to reserve tickets; please reply no later than Saturday, December 1st by using one of the two following options:
1. Click the “Register” button on the Event page on our club website to reserve and pay for your tickets.
2. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text to 520-250-8241 to confirm ticket availability. Mail a check payable to Stanford Club of Southern Arizona to Susan Thibodeaux (4896 N Circulo Bujia Tucson, AZ 85718) OR PayPal to email@example.com using the Send to a Friend option.
Tickets will be sent to you by mail, or dropped off at your residence if convenient.
About Trombone Shorty:
Trombone Shorty, born Troy Andrews, was raised in one of New Orleans’ most musical families. Andrews got his moniker when he picked up his instrument at age four and started playing professionally soon after. By eight, he had his own band and by the time he was in his teens, Andrews was touring with the Neville Brothers. So advanced was he at a young age, a club in the city’s Tremé district was named ‘Trombone Shorts’ in his honor.
Trombone Shorty and his band Orleans Avenue have performed all over the world, including a performance at the White House in 2014, and with bands The Foo Fighters, Hall & Oats, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Little Big Town. He headlines the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival nearly every year. Trombone Shorty’s horn became his passport that opened the doors to the world. And, trombone in hand, he eagerly walked through them.
He founded the Trombone Shorty Foundation to ensure the power of music continues to change the lives of future New Orleans musicians.