ASC Presents Cat Power Sings Dylan

Discover the captivating music journey of Cat Power, where she fearlessly explores deep emotions through heartfelt songs and honest lyrics. From her early days influenced by New York’s experimental rock scene to her later works blending folk, blues, and soul, Cat Power’s evolution as an artist is reflected in her acclaimed albums. Albums like What Would the Community Think (1996) and Moon Pix (1998) showcase her early experimental rock influences, while The Greatest (2006) features performances by Memphis soul legends, revealing her diverse musical palette. Her exploration of electronic sounds in Sun (2012) and the raw honesty of Wanderer (2018) further solidify her status as one of the 21st century’s most acclaimed singer-songwriters. Born Chan Marshall in the South, her music reflects a mix of influences from church hymns to rock ‘n’ roll records. Known for her powerful live performances and introspective songwriting, Cat Power has earned acclaim and awards, like the 2007 Shortlist Music Prize for The Greatest. Don’t miss the chance to experience her moving performances, where her strength and vulnerability shine through in every note.

This latest album, Cat Power Sings Dylan: The 1966 Royal Albert Hall Concert, pays homage to Bob Dylan’s iconic 1966 concert at Royal Albert Hall, where Cat Power’s soulful renditions breathe new life into Dylan’s timeless classics.

Ticket Information

Tickets – A+ Level – $99; A Level – $89, B Level – $69, C Level – $59

No refunds. Exchanges are subject to availability.

Late seating is at the discretion of house management.

All performances are subject to change.

UAB employee discounts are available. Limited supply. See terms and conditions.

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