The Last Waltz with Mrs. Henry & Friends ft. Marc Ford, Isaiah Mitchell & more!

The Last Waltz with Mrs. Henry & Friends ft. Marc Ford, Isaiah Mitchell & more!

Sun Nov 28

The Last Waltz with Mrs. Henry & Friends ft. Marc Ford, Isaiah Mitchell & more!

Doors: 6:00 pm
Start: 7:00 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$17-$20
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Ticket Price: $17 advanced / $20 day of show / $30 reserved loft seating (available over the phone or in person at out box office)


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The Last Waltz with Mrs. Henry and Friends including Marc Ford, Jack
Tempchin, Isaiah Mitchell, Mike Staxx, Fresh Veggies Micro Brass
(Horns), Clinton Davis, Leonard Patton, Bryan Barbarin, Murf McRee,
Anna Zinova, Justin Rodriguez and Mike Pope


(guests subject to change)

Mrs. Henry

The Last Waltz is a special night celebrating and recreating both The Band and the 1978 film "The Last Waltz". Mrs. Henry and Friends including Marc Ford, Jack Tempchin, Isaiah Mitchell, Mike Staxx, Fresh Veggies Micro Brass (Horns), Clinton Davis, Leonard Patton, Bryan Barbarin, Murf McRee, Anna Zinova, Justin Rodriguez and Mike Pope.

Blazing musicianship, exuberant harmonies, and propulsive grooves:

San Diego, CA-based Mrs. Henry is a hard-hitting rock and roll band, a quartet of singular spirits on a shared journey, paying homage to a historic legacy as they introduce a new chapter in American roots music.

In concert, Mrs. Henry tethers cerebral excursions and soaring jams to life-affirming anthems. With spring-loaded authority, bassist Blake Dean and drummer Chad Lee balance the spiraling keyboard dexterity of Jody Bagley and the scorching guitar of Daniel Cervantes. All four, compelling lead singers, possess individual voices that intersect and complement one another, singular identities that unite in celebratory choruses.

Tracked on vintage analog gear in historic Southern California studios, their latest release, Keep on Rising, is a full-on rock opera, a single album of 18 songs that will span three physical vinyl LPs. While the points of reference might seem far-flung -- Dante’s
Inferno and Ziggy Stardust meet Pink Floyd’s The Wall and Tommy by the Who – the narrative is cohesive, a theme that the band’s de facto leader, Daniel Cervantes explains is a classic tale of life, death and rebirth. “We write what we know,” he notes. “It’s through our lens, and we are a rock and roll band.”