Published On: Sat, Dec 27th, 2014

John Oates headlines Winter Festival 2015 concert at Stephen J. Buck Theater

oatesJohn Oates, the dark, mustachioed half of the ’70s duo Hall and Oates, has always had a thing for New Hope, and vice-versa, and will be headlining the Lambertville-New Hope Winter Festival 2015 concert. New Hope’s own David Barry will open the show, scheduled for Friday, Jan. 23 at 8 p.m. at the Stephen J Buck Memorial Theater (182 W. Bridge St.).

Tickets can be purchased online, with  General Admission priced at $45 in advance, and $50 at the door. VIP Tickets are also available for $90, and include a gala at Marsha Brown Restaurant and priority seating at the concert. Call (215) 862-5067 or (267) 987-7855 for more info.

Oates is a native of North Wales and remains popular in Southeastern Pennsylvania. In addition to his touring with Daryl Hall, Oates recently completed a world solo tour with John Oates Band and continues producing and writing with influential artists in the Pop, R&B and Americana genres.  Since 1999, John has recorded five solo albums: “Phunk Shui,” “1000 Miles of Life,” “Mississippi Mile” and a live album called “The Bluesville Sessions.” His latest project, “A Good Road to Follow,” began as a series of digital singles featuring collaborations with legendary, as well as rising stars. 
 Another Good Road, a tribute to Oates’ dedication to American roots music will be released three days before the January 23 concert.

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