The folk-rock musician said the church 'feels like a concert hall' when he takes the stage.
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
The Sanctuary Concerts present famed folk-rock singer and songwriter Al Stewart in concert Saturday. Over the past 40-plus years, singer-songwriter-guitarist Al Stewart has created and continues to make sonic art that's not afraid to venture outside of the pop-music beaten path. The Scottish legend—who grew up in England and now lives in California—will bring his singular talents and historically themed classics to Chatham Oct. 27 when he performs as part of The Sanctuary Concerts music series. Stewart said of the venue, "It doesn't feel much like a church; it feels like a concert hall. I am not tempted to sing hymns." Stewart is in the middle of a series of performance dates taking him to different parts of the nation, sometimes alone, …
Award-winning multi-instrumentalist comes to The Sanctuary Concerts with Al Stewart on Oct. 27.
The old saying says to be careful what you wish for, because you just may get it. Virginia native Dave Nachmanoff says that from the time he was a young boy, he wanted to be a musician on the road. Today, he is just that. He is the musical right hand of his musical hero, touring regularly with folk-rock master Al Stewart (best known for 1970s hits "Year of the Cat" and "Time Passages"), and the two will perform at The Sanctuary Concerts in Chatham Oct. 27. He's also a prolific solo artist in his own right, a singer-songwriter, master guitarist and producer—and a husband and father of two. Sit still? As if. It's evident watching him perform with Stewart, whose music he's adored since boyhood. Nachmanoff is the guitar virtuoso to Stewart's …