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  • Hayden Bates Bringing ‘Most High Profile Show Yet’ To ETH, Saturday

    The year before the Sandy Hook tragedy propelled Newtown into the hearts and minds of people across the globe, resident and finance industry expert Hayden Bates set out to bring a broader range of world-class artists in to play in the intimate Edmond Town Hall Theater, in part to raise funds to improve the classic Main Street venue.

  • Next Guests For Live At ETH: The Autumn Defense, Friday Evening

    Promoter Hayden Bates has tapped Wilco alumni Pat Sansone and John Stirratt for the next Live at Edmond Town Hall concert, with opening support from singer-songwriter Amanda Bloom. The pair will be appearing in their own ensemble The Autumn Defense, which recently released its fifth project, appropriately titled Fifth.

  • The Low Anthem Returning For Live At ETH

    When The Low Anthem last graced the stage at Edmond Town Hall, in June 2011, the Live at ETH series was a fledgling newborn, and the band had just released its second album, Smart Flesh.

  • Upgrades A Draw For Top Performers— Jazz Pianist Fred Hersch To Play Edmond Town Hall

    UPDATE (January 9, 2014): This story has been updated to reflect the correct ticket price for the Fred Hersch performance.

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  • New Technology Moves Edmond Town Hall Into 21st Century

    “It’s all coming together in February,” said Mary Fellows, a member of the Board of Managers at Edmond Town Hall, referring to the upgrades to the infrastructure of Edmond Town Hall. The cornerstone of the historic building at 45 Main Street was laid in 1929.

    “When Edmond Town Hall was built, there was a part-time first selectman and a town clerk — that’s it,” Ms Fellows said in a phone interview December 30.

  • Brown Bird Musicians Need Help From Fans

    Acoustic indie folk band Brown Bird, featuring the duo of Dave Lamb and hometown musician MorganEve Swain, are hoping friends, family, and fans can assist them with unexpected medical expenses that have sidelined the performers for much of May, and possibly longer. 

    Mr Lamb was admitted to a hospital in Houston, Texas, May 10, with complaints of fatigue and shortness of breath. An initial blood test indicated he was severely anemic, with dangerously low red blood cell counts. 

  • Phosphorescent To Rock Edmond Town Hall, April 19

    UPDATE (Friday, April 19, 2013): Organizers have announced that student rush tickets will be available for tonight’s performance, beginning at 6:45 pm, at the box office. Cash or check only, with valid student ID.

     

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  • Live At Edmond Town Hall: Phosphorescent, April 19

    Matthew Houck, who performs with an alternating group of musicians under the stage name Phosphorescent, will offer the next Live at Edmond Town Hall concert on Friday, April 19.