Presented by: Warner Theatre
Due to Covid - To Be Announced
68 Main Street
Torrington CT 06790
We can’t wait until the theatres are fully up and running again!
Rather than shifting performance dates again and again, we are postponing them until we can announce the rescheduled date.
Your tickets will be valid for the rescheduled date. However, if your require a refund, please complete our refund request form online at https://www.warnertheatre.org/refund.html.
Etheridge will be performing a variety of fan favorites but will also perform songs from her latest album The Medicine Show. Released on April 12 via Concord Records, The Medicine Show reunited with celebrated producer John Shanks for the album which has her sounding as rousing as ever, bringing a new level of artistry to her 15th studio recording. The album deals with universal themes of renewal, reconciliation, reckoning, compassion and, most profoundly, healing. Through the songs she processed the deep fears and hurting she saw in the nation on collective and personal levels; “Shaking” about national anxiety, “Here Comes the Pain,” personalizing the opioid crisis, the unifying “Human Chain” about the hope for healing, and the rocking, anthemic “Love Will Live.” More highlights include the album-closer, “Last Hello” drawing on the incredible strengths and courage shown by the survivors of the Parkland school shootings, and the infectious “Wild and Lonely,” and “Faded By Design,” exploring themes of her past with a new perspective.
A stunning collection… Etheridge at her bestA proud declaration of resilienceShe’s back in full throttleReturns to the roaring arena rock that made her name