Intimate Concert Series: Ron Nigrini
Sponsored by Desjardins

Intimate Concert Series: Ron Nigrini

Ron Nigrini
All Ages
Ron Nigrini, whose style is reminicent of Jim Croce and Harry Chapin, wrote "I'm Easy" - which won an Oscar in 1975 for the movie Nashville.

Part of Midland Cultural Centre's Intimate Concert Series. Purchase three shows for $70 (plus taxes and fees) or all six shows for $125 (plus taxes and fees).

For more information or to purchase a discount ticket package, contact the MCC Box Office: 705-527-4420

Rambling through his fifth decade on the music scene, Ron Nigrini still plays for the love of the music, and it shows. A singer, songwriter, guitarist, craftsman, poet and performer, he’s on a life long musical odyssey.

He opened for The Mamas & The Papas in 1967, had a hit with I’m Easy in 1976, had the most played Canadian single with “Baby I’m A Lot Like You” in 1983 on his own Oasis Records, acted in movies and on TV and entertained in countless coffee houses, bars, auditoriums and music festivals across Canada, the United States and Europe.

The sweet style of this “worker in song” is reminiscent of Jim Croce and Harry Chapin but, in the end, it’s his own beautiful melodies and poetic lyrics that create a unique artistic voice. His new CD, Directions Home explores where we are and how we are in this increasingly fractured and troubled world.”

Ron wrote I’m Easy which was a hit for Keith Carradine and which won an Oscar in 1975 for the movie Nashville.

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Venue Information:
Midland Cultural Centre - Rotary Hall
333 King St.
Midland, ON, L4R 3M7