A rock and roll lifer, James Maddock has been carving his unique path since the 1980s, when the British-born singer/songwriter kicked off his career with a raw, soulful voice; a storyteller's sense of narrative; and the ability to blur the lines between folk, classic pop, and rock.
Since those early days in London, he's ridden the wave of a music industry that's ebbed, flowed, peaked, and crashed. Maddock has stayed afloat throughout the entire ride, enjoying a brush with commercial success during the late 1990s — including a major-label record deal, a Top 5 AAA radio hit, and a song placement on Dawson's Creek — before transforming himself into an independent solo artist during the decades that followed. Bruce Springsteen is a fan. So is David Letterman. Listening to Maddock's newest record, Insanity vs Humanity, it's easy to see the appeal.
Show updates as of 5/16/21: Shows in July are currently being sold with safety guidelines of mask wearing and social distancing inside. In the auditorium rows, we are seating every other row and groups will be separated by plexiglass dividers that attach to your armrest. Cabaret tables must be purchased in their entirety. To purchase your cabaret table, select the section and all four seats at each table you would like to purchase. The price shown at check out is the price of all four seats at the cabaret table.
As we move out of the pandemic with caution, these restrictions may change. We will continue to make decisions based on the safety of our guests. For the most current information, check the performer page of the show you are attending.
We are now offering a livestream option for most of our shows, in addition to seated tickets. If you are not yet comfortable coming to a show in person, we still want you to be able to enjoy your favorite artists and show your support! All show ticketholders will be emailed a livestream link on show day, prior to the show start. The email the link will be sent to is the email you used when purchasing your tickets.