Date Artist Venue City Tickets
Larry Long & Ann Reed
01/21/18 Larry Long & Ann Reed Hook & Ladder Theater & Lounge Minneapolis, Minnesota
Time: 5:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 3010 Minnehaha Ave.
World Beyond Walls
02/02/18 - 02/23/18 Larry Long Selvamar Studios Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Age restrictions: All Ages.
Love
04/14/18 American Roots Revue: Larry Long, Billy Steele, Tonia Hughes & More Wedding Reception for Randy Furst & Rosemary Geist Minneapolis, Minnesota
Time: 6:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
Woody Guthrie
04/30/18 Larry Long Woody Guthrie Center Tulsa, Oklahoma
Time: 5:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: (918) 574-2710. Address: 102 E Brady St.
Larry Long
05/20/18 Larry Long & Tom Thibodeau Branches Winery Westby, Wisconsin
Time: 5:00pm. Admission: $40.00. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 608.619.0161. Address: E6796 Old Line Rd. “An evening of Wine, Stories and Song” Featuring Storyteller Tom Thibodeau and Troubadour Larry Long
American Roots Revue
06/06/18 Larry Long Presents American Roots Revue with Tonia Hughes, JD & Billy Steele, Michael Bland, Billy Peterson, Cory Wong Lower Dakota Sioux Community Center Morton, Minnesota
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 39375 County Hwy 24. The American Roots Revue will bring together several of Minnesota’s most gifted performers and arts educators:  Larry Long (Smithsonian Folkways Recording artist who has made his life work the celebration of everyday heroes.), JD Steele (Mr. Steele and his dynamic vocal siblings, “The Steeles”, have garnered nearly every major music award and accolade that Minnesota has to offer), Billy Peterson (Bass player, songwriter, composer, session musician, producer, and oldest musical son of the renowned Peterson family), Tonia Hughes (Tonia’s vocal style is colored with melodic acrobats and elements of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship), Cory Wong (Cory Wong may be young, but he has already proven himself to be a standout guitarist/musician in the Twin Cities), Billy Steele (piano, vocal, another member of the dynamic Steele family and producer of the Grammy Award wining Sounds of Blackness),and Michael Bland (former Prince band member and one of the most renowned drummers in the midwest). American Roots Revue will feature a cross-section of musical forms, which are rooted in the American experience including classic R&B, folk, jazz, African-American spirituals, and original works which honor the life-stories of Minnesota elders long established and newly arrived. For many in the audience it may be the first time they have seen music of one type or another.  For example, a rural person may have never before seen a black performer doing classic R&B.  Pehaps this is possible on television, but face to face with an abililty to relate to a quality artist is a very different experience. Each community involved, as described below, has its own special population and purpose for the Revue coming to its town.  In each, before the concert, Larry Long will use his songwriting curriculum to assist a group chosen by the community involved to gather narrative about their population or special minority and turn that narrative into a song.  That song is presented during the show with community members participating.  This is an art experience, but more a celebration of the special circumstance of that community and an educational device to develop empathy across the community from one group to another.
06/24/18 Larry Long Presents American Roots Revue with Tonia Hughes, JD & Billy Steele, Michael Bland, Billy Peterson, Cory Wong Winona Levee Park Winona, Minnesota
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. The American Roots Revue will bring together several of Minnesota’s most gifted performers and arts educators:  Larry Long (Smithsonian Folkways Recording artist who has made his life work the celebration of everyday heroes.), JD Steele (Mr. Steele and his dynamic vocal siblings, “The Steeles”, have garnered nearly every major music award and accolade that Minnesota has to offer), Billy Peterson (Bass player, songwriter, composer, session musician, producer, and oldest musical son of the renowned Peterson family), Tonia Hughes (Tonia’s vocal style is colored with melodic acrobats and elements of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship), Cory Wong (Cory Wong may be young, but he has already proven himself to be a standout guitarist/musician in the Twin Cities), Billy Steele (piano, vocal, another member of the dynamic Steele family and producer of the Grammy Award wining Sounds of Blackness),and Michael Bland (former Prince band member and one of the most renowned drummers in the midwest). American Roots Revue will feature a cross-section of musical forms, which are rooted in the American experience including classic R&B, folk, jazz, African-American spirituals, and original works which honor the life-stories of Minnesota elders long established and newly arrived. For many in the audience it may be the first time they have seen music of one type or another.  For example, a rural person may have never before seen a black performer doing classic R&B.  Pehaps this is possible on television, but face to face with an abililty to relate to a quality artist is a very different experience. Each community involved, as described below, has its own special population and purpose for the Revue coming to its town.  In each, before the concert, Larry Long will use his songwriting curriculum to assist a group chosen by the community involved to gather narrative about their population or special minority and turn that narrative into a song.  That song is presented during the show with community members participating.  This is an art experience, but more a celebration of the special circumstance of that community and an educational device to develop empathy across the community from one group to another.
07/12/18 Larry Long Presents American Roots Revue with Tonia Hughes, JD & Billy Steele, Michael Bland, Billy Peterson, Cory Wong Prairie Island Dakota Community Center Welch, MN
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 1158 Island Boulevard. Venue phone: 651 – 301 – 2846. The American Roots Revue will bring together several of Minnesota’s most gifted performers and arts educators:  Larry Long (Smithsonian Folkways Recording artist who has made his life work the celebration of everyday heroes.), JD Steele (Mr. Steele and his dynamic vocal siblings, “The Steeles”, have garnered nearly every major music award and accolade that Minnesota has to offer), Billy Peterson (Bass player, songwriter, composer, session musician, producer, and oldest musical son of the renowned Peterson family), Tonia Hughes (Tonia’s vocal style is colored with melodic acrobats and elements of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship), Cory Wong (Cory Wong may be young, but he has already proven himself to be a standout guitarist/musician in the Twin Cities), Billy Steele (piano, vocal, another member of the dynamic Steele family and producer of the Grammy Award wining Sounds of Blackness),and Michael Bland (former Prince band member and one of the most renowned drummers in the midwest). American Roots Revue will feature a cross-section of musical forms, which are rooted in the American experience including classic R&B, folk, jazz, African-American spirituals, and original works which honor the life-stories of Minnesota elders long established and newly arrived. For many in the audience it may be the first time they have seen music of one type or another.  For example, a rural person may have never before seen a black performer doing classic R&B.  Pehaps this is possible on television, but face to face with an abililty to relate to a quality artist is a very different experience. Each community involved, as described below, has its own special population and purpose for the Revue coming to its town.  In each, before the concert, Larry Long will use his songwriting curriculum to assist a group chosen by the community involved to gather narrative about their population or special minority and turn that narrative into a song.  That song is presented during the show with community members participating.  This is an art experience, but more a celebration of the special circumstance of that community and an educational device to develop empathy across the community from one group to another.
Veterans
08/22/18 Larry Long Interncontinental Hotel St. Paul, Minnesota
Time: 6:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
American Roots Revue
10/05/18 Larry Long Presents American Roots Revue with Tonia Hughes, JD & Billy Steele, Michael Bland, Billy Peterson, Cory Wong Milan, Minnesota Mainstreet Milan, Minnesota
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. The American Roots Revue will bring together several of Minnesota’s most gifted performers and arts educators:  Larry Long (Smithsonian Folkways Recording artist who has made his life work the celebration of everyday heroes.), JD Steele (Mr. Steele and his dynamic vocal siblings, “The Steeles”, have garnered nearly every major music award and accolade that Minnesota has to offer), Billy Peterson (Bass player, songwriter, composer, session musician, producer, and oldest musical son of the renowned Peterson family), Tonia Hughes (Tonia’s vocal style is colored with melodic acrobats and elements of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship), Cory Wong (Cory Wong may be young, but he has already proven himself to be a standout guitarist/musician in the Twin Cities), Billy Steele (piano, vocal, another member of the dynamic Steele family and producer of the Grammy Award wining Sounds of Blackness),and Michael Bland (former Prince band member and one of the most renowned drummers in the midwest). American Roots Revue will feature a cross-section of musical forms, which are rooted in the American experience including classic R&B, folk, jazz, African-American spirituals, and original works which honor the life-stories of Minnesota elders long established and newly arrived. For many in the audience it may be the first time they have seen music of one type or another.  For example, a rural person may have never before seen a black performer doing classic R&B.  Pehaps this is possible on television, but face to face with an abililty to relate to a quality artist is a very different experience. Each community involved, as described below, has its own special population and purpose for the Revue coming to its town.  In each, before the concert, Larry Long will use his songwriting curriculum to assist a group chosen by the community involved to gather narrative about their population or special minority and turn that narrative into a song.  That song is presented during the show with community members participating.  This is an art experience, but more a celebration of the special circumstance of that community and an educational device to develop empathy across the community from one group to another.
Sage-ing International Conference
10/26/18 - 10/27/18 Larry Long – Elders’ Wisdom, Children’s Song Oak Ridge Hotel and Conference Center Chaska, Minnesota
Age restrictions: All Ages.
American Roots Revue
05/11/19 Larry Long Presents American Roots Revue with Tonia Hughes, JD & Billy Steele, Michael Bland, Billy Peterson, Cory Wong Lanesboro Arts Lanesboro, Minnesota
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 103 Parkway Ave N. Venue phone: 507-467-2446. The American Roots Revue will bring together several of Minnesota’s most gifted performers and arts educators:  Larry Long (Smithsonian Folkways Recording artist who has made his life work the celebration of everyday heroes.), JD Steele (Mr. Steele and his dynamic vocal siblings, “The Steeles”, have garnered nearly every major music award and accolade that Minnesota has to offer), Billy Peterson (Bass player, songwriter, composer, session musician, producer, and oldest musical son of the renowned Peterson family), Tonia Hughes (Tonia’s vocal style is colored with melodic acrobats and elements of Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship), Cory Wong (Cory Wong may be young, but he has already proven himself to be a standout guitarist/musician in the Twin Cities), Billy Steele (piano, vocal, another member of the dynamic Steele family and producer of the Grammy Award wining Sounds of Blackness),and Michael Bland (former Prince band member and one of the most renowned drummers in the midwest). American Roots Revue will feature a cross-section of musical forms, which are rooted in the American experience including classic R&B, folk, jazz, African-American spirituals, and original works which honor the life-stories of Minnesota elders long established and newly arrived. For many in the audience it may be the first time they have seen music of one type or another.  For example, a rural person may have never before seen a black performer doing classic R&B.  Pehaps this is possible on television, but face to face with an abililty to relate to a quality artist is a very different experience. Each community involved, as described below, has its own special population and purpose for the Revue coming to its town.  In each, before the concert, Larry Long will use his songwriting curriculum to assist a group chosen by the community involved to gather narrative about their population or special minority and turn that narrative into a song.  That song is presented during the show with community members participating.  This is an art experience, but more a celebration of the special circumstance of that community and an educational device to develop empathy across the community from one group to another.
Young Authors Conference Tour – Bethel University
05/28/19 - 06/01/19 Larry Long & Dan Sebranek Bethel College St. Paul, Minnesota
Time: 8:00am. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 3900 Bethel Dr.
Larry Long
10/19/19 Larry Long & Dan Sebranek Lanesboro Arts Lanesboro, Minnesota
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 103 Parkway Ave N. Venue phone: 507-467-2446.

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