<strong>The Avalon Foundation's Stoltz Pavilion:</strong>
218 N Washington Street
Location: The Avalon Foundation's Stoltz Pavilion, 218 N Washington Street Easton, MD, 21601 Phone: 410-822-7299Fax: Email: email@example.com
The Bones of J.R. Jones Thursday, September 23, 2021 Doors: 7:30 p.m.; Show: 8 p.m. Avalon Foundation's Stoltz Pavilion 218 N. Washington St. Easton, Maryland
Tickets: $50 Tall Table for Two $50 Patio Set for Two $100 Patio Set for Four
Please note that all ticket purchases are per table. No individual seats sold.
Over the course of three full-length albums and two EPs, Jonathon Robert Linaberry — the songwriter, storyteller, visual artist, and one-man band behind The Bones of J.R. Jones — has woven his own tapestry of American roots music. It's a classic sound for the modern world, influenced not only by blues, soul, and forward-thinking folk, but also by J.R.'s environment.
From the bustle of New York City, to the rustic solitude of his current home in the Catskills, J.R. has always looked to the world around him for inspiration. In his newest release, A Celebration, the desert panoramas and infinite horizons of the American Southwest have inspired him musically to celebrate the thrill of getting lost in something new, whether it's a landscape, a sound, a perspective, or all of the above.
“They definitely are a bit of a departure from my previous albums,” J.R. says. “But I feel like they still resonate with the darkness, honesty, minimalism I try to impart in all my work.”