Jesse Cook: The Tempest 25 Tour
September 17, 2021
Jesse Cook: The Tempest 25 Tour
Conexus Arts Centre
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REGULAR: CAD62.00 / CAD52.00 / CAD41.50
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REGULAR / WHEELCHAIR Public Onsale: December 18, 2020 3:23 PM to September 17, 2021 8:00 PM
NEW DATE: Friday, September 17, 2021
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TIME: 8:00 PM
PRICES: $41.50 - $62.00 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
Award-winning and Internationally acclaimed guitarist, composer and producer Jesse Cook is set to mark 25 years of music with 25 special tour dates across Canada.
The tour serves as a bemusing milestone for a guy who never planned on releasing an album.
“If you had asked me at age 22, I would have said I would never, never make music for the public,” Cook says with a laugh. “I would have told you the public is much too fickle… They may love you one minute and forget you the next.”
“Well… It turns out I did the thing I said I’d never do, and somehow it’s worked out.”
By the numbers, Jesse Cook holds ten platinum and gold studio albums with combined sales exceeding two million copies, five concert DVDs and live discs, and five PBS specials — his most recent, directed, edited and mixed by Cook himself. He holds a JUNO Award win for Best Instrumental Album with 2000’s Free Fall (Narada) — which celebrates its 20th anniversary next year — and 11 JUNO Award nominations. These stack alongside three Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, a Gemini Award and Acoustic Guitar Magazine Player’s Choice Silver Award, not to mention thousands of concerts in dozens of countries, plus millions of views and streams, and countless fans around the world.
“25 years ago, before Tempest was released — and all that would follow — if you had asked me what I wanted to do with my life, I would have told you I was happy in my solitude,” Cook reflects. “I didn’t want to be in the public eye. But I was wrong.”
“Without my fans, none of this would have happened. Words are not enough to thank all the people who have been with me on this crazy, beautiful journey these last 25 years.”
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