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Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment presents...

Joe Stamm: Stories
Early Show

A Live & Unplugged Album Recording

May 4

3:00 pm

Advance: GA $15 / VIP $40 | Day of Show: GA $20 / VIP $50

Doors: 2PM, Show: 3PM. All Ages VIP tickets include early access, meet and greet, signed poster, and pre order CD

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A live and unplugged recording event.

Joe will be performing an acoustic show of new songs – many you’ll have never heard before – along with telling the stories behind those songs. You’ll have opportunities to interact, possibly even ask questions, throughout the evening. We’re recording the entire night’s performance, then releasing those songs at a later date to CD, Vinyl, and everywhere digital music is found. Furthermore, a video team out of Nashville will be on site, taping the show. We’ll be making several individual music videos from this performance, as well as releasing video of the show in its entirety…maybe even to DVD.

Tickets are NOW AVAILABLE, both VIP and General Admission. Remember, tickets are very limited. And only 30 VIP’s are available. H

With a VIP Ticket, you’ll get the following:
Early entry & first choice of seats
Meet & greet with Joe
Signed event poster
A copy of the CD when it comes out
The VIP Tickets are $40 and General Admission Tickets are $15.
Doors will open at 6pm, the show and recording starts at 7pm.

Here’s a note from Joe on this event:
“It’s a dream come true to be able to pull this off, and we’ve got a great team behind us to make it all happen! I really hope to see you there. I wanted to put together a live music experience that would timeless to me – something I’ll always have and cherish. I hope you’ll share this experience with me and that, perhaps, be just as timeless for you. If you’re unable to swing it, I totally understand – we’ll let you know when the album and videos release so you can still enjoy it at a later time. But if you do want to attend, please hurry – it’s a small, intimate venue, and seats are very limited!”

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