RICHLAND THEATRE BOOSTERS PRESENT: the SRg symphonic experience SCOTT, ROB, and greg of the clarks with the Richland string orchestra
This show is a fundraiser for our Theatre Booster program. All proceeds will benefit the organization!
MARCH 24 - 7 PM Don't want to order tickets online? Send us a message on our Contact form or leave us a message at 814-269-0300. We will return your call to fulfill your order by the next business day.
🎸🎻 Get Ready for a Rocking Reunion! 🎶
Pittsburgh's beloved rock stars, The Clarks, are back for another electrifying performance at the RPAC, and this time, they're bringing the magic of music collaboration to a whole new level!
For the fourth time, The Clarks will grace the RPAC stage, but what sets this event apart is our very own Richland String Orchestra. They've made history as the exclusive ensemble to share the stage with this iconic band, and they're about to blow your mind!
Prepare to be enchanted by the fusion of rock and strings as the orchestra's arrangements breathe new life into The Clarks' timeless hits. You're in for a musical journey like no other, an experience you won't find anywhere else!
Don't miss this extraordinary night of musical collaboration. Stay tuned for updates on ticket availability and be ready to witness The Clarks and our Richland String Orchestra making history once again.
About the Band: Early on, The Clarks were once described as a bunch of out of tune country hicks. The band took irreverent offense to the comments, saying they were never country hicks. Eleven studio albums and a couple of guitar tuners later, The Clarks have struck again with Madly In Love At The End Of The World, a lively ride down a rural lane, laced with love, mourning, and questions about where it all goes from here.
The band recorded the eleven song album in a converted A-frame church, which helped highlight a series of warm, rock and Alt-Country tunes. The four original members, Scott Blasey (vocals, acoustic guitar), Rob James (6 and 12-string electric guitars, vocals), Greg Joseph (bass, vocals) and David Minarik (drums, vocals) are joined by fellow touring mates Gary Jacob, Skip Sanders and Noah Minarik, tossing out some spanking pedal steel, Hammond organ and tasty guitar. “We’ve never had more fun composing and recording songs,” says bass player Greg Joseph. “With our storied recording history, it’s really heartening to know that music can still captivate the band as much as it has on this album.”
With a highlight reel that includes the Late Show with David Letterman, The Simpsons, and others, The Clarks are enjoying their stage time together now more than ever. “It’s one big extended family,” says guitarist Rob James. “Dave’s son Noah plays on this album, and with us live, so saying that isn’t just a metaphor, it’s fact!” Singing and playing the songs of Madly In Love At The End Of The World has rekindled a fire in The Clarks’ sometimes broken, sometimes mended hearts.
Box Office: 814-269-0300
Richland Performing Arts Center at Richland High School 1 Academic Avenue Johnstown, PA 15904