Rhinestone The Songs of Glen Campbell Boathouse Theatre – Valhalla, Art, Music & Theatre Festival
Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 7:30 pm, “Rhinestone”: The Songs of Glen Campbell, Performed by Andy Kahrs in the Boathouse Theatre at Valhalla, Art, Music & Theatre Festival. Tickets
Contemporary Music Legend Glen Campbell has tallied 5 Grammy Awards, 3 Grammy Hall of Fame honors, 27 Top 10 singles, 21 Top 40 hits, 9 No. 1 Country albums, and a 2-time CMA award winner. In June 2011, Campbell announced that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease – then went on to embark on a farewell tour. Campbell’s final album Adios was released June 2017. Out of deep respect and admiration, rising Star Andy Kahrs debuted Rhinestone The songs of Glen Campbell in 2017, and it has received enthusiastic reviews throughout its ongoing tour. Kahrs feels privileged to present the music and memories of Glen Campbell and to carry on the legacy of this contemporary music legend. Andy has never strayed from the soulful bends and warm twang of the music that sparked his desire to pick up a Guitar and start writing music at age 15. A cross-country move to San Francisco in 2014 deepened the love and longing for his southern roots and now, at age 28, a seasoned blend of blues, country, and bluegrass can be heard in Andrew’s recorded music and live shows.
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Whether you are dashing up to Lake Tahoe for a quick weekend getaway, camping out or renting a cabin for a week, or you live in the region, the Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival at the Heller “Valhalla” Estate hosts northern California and northern Nevada’s premier and most eclectic arts festival, featuring entertainment for literally everyone. Valhalla, a hidden Lake Tahoe treasure, is located on the Lake’s southwest shore three miles from South Lake Tahoe’s many hotels and restaurants and is walking and biking distance to several campgrounds including Fallen Lake Campground, and Camp Richardson.
The Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival, now in its 40th year, is a total departure from the showroom and amphitheater shows offered by the casinos. The Festival offers a diverse array of entertainment from family-friendly musical and dramatic theatre to concerts with music from all genres, internationally touring artists, and the very best in local and regional acts, comedy improv, fine art shows and workshops, and children’s art and drama camps.
Traditionally, the Valhalla Art, Music & Theatre Festival. Concerts and productions will take place in one of Valhalla’s three grand historic venues—the Grand Hall, with its massive 20-foot tall stone fireplace and walk-in hearth, it seats 120; the Grand Lawn, lush green grass that flows out from the Great Hall and seats 400; and the restored Boathouse Theatre, a stunningly unique arched space that was restored in the late 1980s with the support and vision of the famed Dr. Leo Buscaglia that seats 164.
The Heller “Valhalla” Estate is one property on the Tallac Historic Site, a group of historic estates built in the late 1800s and early 1900s by wealthy west coast timber barons and captains of industry as summer homes. Now owned by the United States Forest Service, the Pope, Baldwin, and Valhalla properties are operated by local nonprofit organizations, and are preserved and restored to create a stretch of Lake Tahoe shoreline frozen in time. Visitors enjoy interpretive features, restored buildings, museums, and wonderful beaches. Located next door to Camp Richardson, one of Tahoe’s longest operating resorts with a small hotel, cabins, campground, a general store, ice cream parlor, and the popular Beacon Grill, Valhalla is a quiet haven for exploration, picnicking, beach time, and the best arts entertainment offered in the Tahoe Basin.