Harry Chapin- A Celebration in Song
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Harry Chapin- A Celebration in Song

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Oct
09
Harry Chapin- A Celebration in Song @ Sheldon Concert Hall

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

St. Louis, Missouri, USA

May
25
Harry Chapin- A Celebration in Song @ Raritan Valley Community College

North Branch, New Jersey, USA

North Branch, New Jersey, USA

Apr
28
Harry Chapin- A Celebration in Song @ Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

Cerritos, California, USA

Cerritos, California, USA

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"Interpreting Chapin's songs is redundant; they are self-explanatory. He writes stories about people, often himself and sometimes his family, and sets them to music. Most of the songs concern loneliness and alienation. A psychologist might say they express the middle-class angst, and it may be significant that they are written by a man who resigned from the Air
Force Academy and twice flunked out of Cornell University, once as a philosophy major."
- Tony Kornheiser


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In an evening to remember, the famous musical Chapin Family comes together to celebrate and bring alive the music of the late Harry Chapin. Songs like “Taxi,” “Cats In The Cradle,” “Mr. Tanner,” and “Circle” are sung by those who know them best- Harry’s original band and his amazing family. An evening full of story, emotion, humor, and transcendent music, this is a concert to fill your ear and stir your heart.

Starring -Tom Chapin, Grammy award winning singer/songwriter who’s been called 'one of the great personalities in contemporary folk music' The New York Times 'the best family artist around' Billboard Magazine.

Steve Chapin, singer/songwriter and Clio award winner and the multitalented producer, director, pianist, vocalist who arranged and led Harry’s Band.

Jen Chapin, Harry’s daughter is a singer/songwriter who has been forging a strong reputation on her own “A jazzy, funky performance -her vocal style combined the understated drama of Janis Ian with the cool, sultry, exuberant bebop of Rickie Lee Jones.” Newsday

Big John Wallace, Harry’s longtime bassman and sidekick: the high voice on “Taxi” and the low voice in “Mr. Tanner.” Big John is a cult figure to all serious Harry Chapin fans.

Abigail Chapin, Lily Chapin, and Jessica Craven, Tom’s singing daughters who separately or together weave vocal magic.