The Ticketing Home of the Imperial Symphony Orchestra

TICKETING HOME | SERIES SUBSCRIPTIONS | RETURN TO ISO WEBSITE

Joe K. Walsh, mandolin

Grant Gordy, guitar

Danny Barnes, banjo

ONE NIGHT ONLY 

Friday January 18, 2019 at 8:00pm

LKLDLIVE, 202 N Massachusetts Ave, Studio B, Lakeland, FL 33801

Through the ISO's Beth mason Young Artists Endowment Fund, proceeds from the evening will create scholarships for both the Mike Block String Camp and the Florida Southern College Summer String Orchestra Camp.

In the world of bluegrass and folk, where the collaborative possibilities are endless, what draws some musicians together in formal collaborations is hard to pinpoint. For Joe K. Walsh, Grant Gordy, and Danny Barnes, a newly formed bi-coastal trio, curiosity is the rule, and tunes are just a starting point. The trio is anchored by banjo player and singer/songwriter Danny Barnes. Barnes is best known as the frontman of the Bad Livers, for his collaborations with Dave Matthews and Bill Frisell, and as the 2015 winner of the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass.Growing up in Illinois and later Minnesota, Joe K. Walsh first established himself on the East Coast as the co-founder of progressive bluegrass band Joy Kills Sorrow, and as a long time member of The Gibson Brothers. He went on to become a faculty member at The Berklee College of Music, and launch a solo career with his albums Sweet Loam and Borderland. Grant Gordy, who is originally from Colorado and now lives in Brooklyn, went from being a fan of David Grisman, to playing in his band. Having spent six years in the David Grisman Quintet, Gordy released a self titled solo album in 2010 to critical acclaim, and has been featured on NPR’s Morning Edition, Tiny Desk Concerts, and All Things Considered as well as The Fretboard Journal, Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and Flatpicking Guitar Magazine. Darol Anger, with whom Gordy has collaborated frequently, describes his playing as containing “Kaleidoscopic excellence, startling emotion, and personal revelation”. 

Please select a performance
 
 

ADULTS $20

STUDENTS $10

Ticket fees apply.

Contact Us: 

Imperial Symphony Orchestra • (863) 688-3743 • info@imperialsymphony.org