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Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

  • Starting: Nov 10, 2021
  • Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts
  • 222 Market St.
    Harrisburg, PA 17101

This is an all-ages performance.

For the last quarter-century, riding shotgun with Kenny Wayne Shepherd has been the greatest road-trip in rock ‘n’ roll. Gone is the young Louisiana gunslinger who erupted onto the early-’90s scene with his burn-it-down guitar solos and gut-punch songcraft. The man he’s become is even more magnetic, still pushing his Fender Strat where others fear to fret while diving deep into human truths and personal evolution with an honesty that only comes with miles on the clock.   If that quarter-century journey has taught Shepherd anything, it’s that there’s no such thing as mission accomplished. Restless creativity has driven Shepherd ever since he taught himself to play guitar at the age of 7.  A musician in constant motion, Shepherd has spent his career burning up the highways and crossing continents, bringing his unique style of rock/blues to the world.

In an industry that's changed drastically over the years, Shepherd’s versatility and drive have served him well.  He plans to keep making music and to keep touring, “I don’t have any intention of sitting idly. We're a live band, and when people listen to our records, I want them to hear what we sound like when we play live.  I just want to keep moving and keep creating and keep doing what I love – for as long as I possibly can…”

 


 

**PLEASE NOTE** Unfortunately, Kenny Wayne Shepherd's show scheduled for April 6, 2021 at @whitakercenter in Harrisburg, PA was postponed due to COVID-19. Tickets previously purchased will be valid for November 14, 2021! Please email info@whitakercenter.org if you wish to refund tickets. A second show, November 10, 2021 has been added to accomodate overflow seating from the original date and venue.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band
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  • Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts
  • This is an all-ages performance.

    For the last quarter-century, riding shotgun with Kenny Wayne Shepherd has been the greatest road-trip in rock ‘n’ roll. Gone is the young Louisiana gunslinger who