The Canadian songwriter and musician returns to the Center for the Arts’ Marisa Funk Theater on December 7.
Cockburn is a Canadian singer-songwriter whose style ranges from jazz to blues rock. A true defender, the subjects of his songs touch on equality, human rights and environmentalism. He is the recipient of 12 JUNO Awards, which are the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy. He has performed for over 40 years and has been inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
His most recent album is Four New Songs released in May of this year. The songs debuted on YouTube to help raise funds for the San Francisco Lighthouse Church to support its work helping homeless people as well as Lighthouse Kathmandu, an organization that works to fight human trafficking. humans.
In addition, the Cockburn show will be part of the Arts Centre’s 12 Nights of Giving campaign. For each of the 12 evenings, a local non-profit organization will be presented and the public will have the opportunity to donate to this charity. Some of the recipients of contributions raised through 12 Nights include Bright Futures for Youth, Hospice of the Foothills, and Food Bank of Nevada County.
For more information on the Bruce Cockburn appearance and all of the programming at the Center for the Arts, please visit thecenterforhearts.org or call the Center Box Office at 530-274-8384 Tuesday through Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Arts Center would like to remind patrons to keep abreast of current protocols related to COVID. At press time, customers must show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test taken within 48 hours of show time. Further information regarding these policies can be found on the aforementioned website or by calling the site during business hours.
Source: The Arts Center