Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters at the Spire Center

April 22nd at 8:00 p.m.
Ronnie Earl performs at the Spire Center on April 22nd (Photo courtesy of artist)

Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters return to the Spire Center, 25 ½ Court St. in Plymouth, MA on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. Ronnie is now a three-time (1997,1999, 2014) W.C. Handy Blues Award winner, renamed the Blues Music Awards, as Guitar Player of the Year.  He has served as an Associate Professor of Guitar at Berklee College of Music, taught for five years at the National Guitar summer workshop in Connecticut, and has given private lessons. Ronnie Earl has played alongside such greats as B. B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Carlos Santana, Eric Clapton, the Allman Brothers Band, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, Otis Rush, Earl King, Junior Wells, and Buddy Guy, as well as gifted young blues guitarists who he just might pull up on stage at a moment’s notice.  An album of traditional, healing, and soulful blues rooted in gratitude, Maxwell Street, Ronnie's 24th album, out now on Stony Plain Records! 

Tickets are $37.50; advance purchase is recommended, seating is limited to capacity.  The Spire is handicap accessible, public parking is available streetside, and in public lots near the venue. The Greater Plymouth Performing Arts Center, Inc. (GPPAC) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2010, dedicated to performing arts and educational programs, supporting the vibrant arts community in the greater South Shore region.  The organization founded The Spire Center for Performing Arts, a town-owned venue to serve as a mecca for the arts, dedicated to showcasing music, theatre and dance performances, and arts education appealing to all generations from across the Southeastern Massachusetts region. For more information, to order tickets online, or to learn more about The Spire, please visit www.spirecenter.org, call (508) 746-4488, or follow 


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