NORA JANE STRUTHERS & THE PARTY LINE

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NORA JANE STRUTHERS & THE PARTY LINE
Friday, November 17, 2017 8:30 PM
5 Points Music Sanctuary, Roanoke, VA
  • All Ages
  • 18 & over
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  • Ticket Price: $15.00 - $40.00
  • Door Time: 7:30 PM
  • Show Type: Americana
  • Tags: Bluegrass, Americana, Live Performance
  • Restrictions: All Ages
    18 & over
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After lighting up the Sanctuary this spring, we couldn't wait to bring Nora Jane and her crew back! Get your tickets early for what is certain to be one of the fall's most sought after shows! 

ABOUT NORA JANE
Nora Jane Struthers has written "some of the most quietly powerful narratives within the new wave of Americana artists," says Ann Powers of NPR Music. The songs that last decades and weave themselves into the fabric of listeners' lives are usually the ones in which an artist lays her soul bare for the world to hear. Struthers' new album Champion, due out October 13 on Blue Pig Records, is built on these kinds of songs.
 
The 13-song collection is the follow-up to 2015's Wake, which earned Struthers acclaim from major outlets like NPR Music, Rolling Stone Country, and "Fresh Air." Struthers wrote and recorded the album with her longtime road band the Party Line, and the chemistry between her and the other players is palpable.
 
There’s an honesty and energy to Nora Jane’s stage presence; a vulnerability that is part and parcel of great artistry. In one moment, she joyfully leads the audience in a dance party … in the next, she lays her soul bare for the world to hear. A performance by Nora Jane and her band is full to the brim with stellar musicianship, unexpected arrangements that blur the lines between folk, roots, and rock, and an audible sense that everyone in the room is having a damn good time.