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Tickets: $35 | $50 Meet & Greet Add-on

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(203) 438-5795

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Dates:
6/29/18
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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Ridgefield Playhouse
80 East Ridge St
Ridgefield, CT 06877
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Drew Cole

Ridgefield Playhouse
6/29/18
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
https://ridgefieldplayhouse.org/events/drew-cole/?mc=reload

Opening acts: Dylan Hartigan and Eliza Paltauf
Friday, June 29, 2018 at 7:30pm

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Northeast Builders of Ridgefield

LLC Emerging Artist Series

Fresh off this season of NBC’s hit star-making show “The Voice” (he was part of Team Adam), Ridgefield native Drew Cole returns to the town where he got his start. With influences that range from Gregg Allman to Shannon Hoon to John Mayer and James Bay, this soulful vocalist has been honing his craft in his adopted home of Los Angeles.

Six years ago, the viral video “Golden Loves Guitar” garnered almost 14 million views, forever changing the path of Drew’s life. The video of Drew playing the guitar alongside his golden retriever companion attracted the attention of many. Drew learned to play the guitar from his father and eventually began singing as the front man of his high school rock band back in Connecticut – Drew’s band participated in the very first BandJam at The Playhouse in 2010. Drew declined the opportunity to study at Berklee College of Music in order to get a degree in economics. After the success of his video, Drew moved to L.A to pursue a career in music.

Opening act Dylan Hartigan also appeared on this season of “The Voice.” The New Jersey native made his acting debut when he was three in a 1-800-FLOWERS commercial, and from there landed roles in numerous commercials and TV shows, including Nicole Kidman’s son on “The Stepford Wives.” In his teens, Dylan quickly turned his focus to music, playing guitar and developing the funk-pop sound that earned him a spot on “The Voice.”

Multi-talented singer and songwriter Eliza Paltauf has opened for Wilson Phillips, The B-52s, Andy Grammer, Lyle Lovett,  Kenny Logins and Howie Day. Her songs are intensely personal and based upon her life experiences.

Tickets: $35 | $50 Meet & Greet Add-on

AllShows.com VIP Party Pass available! Includes priority parking and free house wine and beer from 6:00 – 6:30pm! Available for $25 by calling box office (203) 438-5795!

    

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