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Poster for GOING SOLO TOUR – Nick Perri with Special Guest Walt Lafty

GOING SOLO TOUR – Nick Perri with Special Guest Walt Lafty

Coming on December 8

Run Time: 150 min.

~7pm Doors Open~ 8pm Showtime~

~$20 tickets in advance/ $25 tickets at the door~

~ Seating and Standing room available ~ Seating is first come~

Join Nick Perri and Walt Lafty (former Silvertide bandmates) for a night of music and celebration this December. Walt will play a solo set, Nick will play a solo set, and the long-time friends will join forces for some familiar Silvertide jams. These will be special engagements- full electric, full production- and not to be missed. Tickets on sale now!

Nick Perri isn’t writing your typical rags-to-riches breakout story (yet), and because it lacks the salacious drug overdoses and groupie exposés that have always enthralled rock’s faded journalism and today’s social media fervor, it isn’t getting the cultural attention it really deserves. Nick has spent nearly twenty years fighting for the soul of rock and roll, exhaustively trying to preserve a certain mindset and attitude, which was long ago abandoned by an industry that prefers to reach for homogeny. Instead, through his own personal ethos and the music he creates, Nick is crafting a salvation story, one in which rock and roll saves itself from its own mediocrity. Over the years, the journey has been complicated and magical. It has been full of the kind of peaks and valleys that a person needs to travel on the path to becoming who and what they are meant to be. The spirit of independence infused this project and resulted in music that could only have come from Philadelphia. Authenticity, not guitar playing, is Nick’s most astounding quality. He’s a man who’s seen the music business from the inside and the out, he knows how it works. And now he’s making it work for him. Nick is a father in hismid-30s, a husband, a business man, a devoted child, a loving sibling, an uncle, an Italian, an American, a guitar legend, and a grateful artist. If he signs his name with authority, it’s because he earns it.-Ari Halbkram. For more visit:

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