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Point Entertainment Presents Al Stewart at The Colonial Theatre

The colonial theatre with its neon lights on at night

Get your tickets now to see famed Scottish singer, songwriter and folk-rock musician Al Stewart at The Colonial Theatre on April 12th. Stewart will be accompanied by skilled guitarist Dave Nachmanoff while they wow the audience with their phenomenal musical talents.

Notably, Stewart has a solid musical career and a storied background. By the age of 22, he had already hung out with the Beatles. He later opened up for the Rolling Stones, played John Lennon’s guitar, lived with Simon & Garfunkel, played guitar for Yoko Ono, recorded with Jimmy Page, and worked with Cat  Stevens – to name a few highlights.

Stewart was a big name in the folk revival that took place during the late 60’s and 70’s. During this time he created his own unique style that combined folk-rock with great, powerful, storytelling lyrics about history and various characters. His biggest hits thus far include his #1 song “Year of the Cat” from the album of the same name that went platinum. His next album, “Time Passages” went platinum as well.

To this day Al Stewart continues to tour throughout the United States and Europe. This show at The Colonial Theatre is a one-night-only opportunity to see Stewart’s masterful talent in person, live on stage. The show starts at 8:00 PM and tickets range from $25 to $42.50. Click here to get your tickets now before the show sells out.

The Colonial Theatre is located at 227 Bridge Street in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Contact the box office by calling (610) 917-1228.