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Best Shows Jul 17 - Sep 17

in Morgantown

Brian Regan at Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center

Brian Regan

Critics and peers agree Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The "perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality" (Wall Street Journal), Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. His clean language and sharp, sarcastic observations on everyday life have led him to be known as the "comedian's comedian".

Henry Cho at Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center

Henry Cho

Stand-up comedian Henry Cho is hitting the road on a huge tour around the United States this year, spanning from May to November. A radio regular and the first Asian-American member of the Grand Ole Opry, Cho has proved himself time and time again to be one of comedy's hardest hitters. Dates are selling out fast so don't miss your chance to see Henry Cho!

Don Felder at Clarksburg Amphitheater

Don Felder

Lead guitarist of one of the most influential and popular rock groups of the seventies, and esteemed member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the legendary Don Felder is hitting the road once more this year and taking some of the Eagles greatest hits with him alongside some of his best solo cuts. Make sure you don't miss Don Felder when he comes to a town near you.

Kenny Wayne Shepherd at Metropolitan Theatre

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Get ready to rock the house down as the Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band hits the road in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the album 'Trouble Is...25' - featuring Blues, Rock and of course guitars! There are few guitarists around who would dare stand toe to toe with Kenny Wayne Shepherd. A musical prodigy, the Louisiana native released his first record Led-better Heights at the tender age of 18. It was a runaway success, with Shepherd's exceptional playing elevating the rather standard blues fare contained within.

The Australian Pink Floyd at Metropolitan Theatre

The Australian Pink Floyd

It may come as a surprise to learn that Australian Pink Floyd is one of the most in-demand touring bands of the moment, so good at what they do that it is said that even David Gilmour asked them to play at his 50th Birthday bash. This is no small tribute act, but a high-octane audio-visual exploration of the music of Pink Floyd featuring highly skilled musicians and a lighting show that's second to none.

Scotty McCreery at Clarksburg Amphitheater

Scotty McCreery

American country pop crooner Scotty McCreery got his big break when he won the 10th season of American Idol in 2011. Not one to sit on his laurels, the performer parlayed this initial boost into the certified platinum success of his debut album Clear As Day the same year. Almost a decade later, McCreery is gearing up and ready to hit the road on tour!

Lee Brice at Clarksburg Amphitheater

Lee Brice

Singing since the tender age of eight, country music superstar Lee Brice is a regular Nashville chart-topping hitmaker whose skill at writing music is equally matched by his skill as a live performer. Before his rise to fame Brice co-wrote for the likes of Billy Montana and Garth Brooks, finding solo success with the 2009 single 'Love Like Crazy' which broke the record for the longest-charting song in the Top 10 Country Music Chart.

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