Three-time Grammy Award Winning Producer and Singer/Songwriter in Concert

Joe Henry is in concert at the Guild Theater on November 17.

The Northfield Arts Guild presents three-time Grammy award-winning producer and singer-songwriter Joe Henry on Saturday, November 17, 7:30pm at the Guild Theater, 411 Third Street West, Northfield. 

Based in Los Angeles, Henry has released 13 studio albums and produced multiple recordings for other artists.  “Joe Henry is in a league of his own as a producer and musician,” says 411 Concert Series co-producer Dan Rustad.  “He has won multiple Grammy awards and his musical partners have included Joan Baez, Billy Bragg, Allen Toussaint, Bonnie Raitt, Solomon Burke, Ani DiFranco, and upcoming 411Concert Series artist Mary Gauthier. He is among the most gifted and reflective artists of his generation.”

American Songwriter magazine described Henry’s music as “…meticulously crafted and uncompromising work.” Adding, “Henry is a skilled, detailed lyricist with natural, everyman vocals that are confident and sympathetic to his material.” 

The 411 Concert Series, now in its 7th season, features regional and nationally-recognized artists in the intimate venue of the Northfield Arts Guild Theater and offers a truly unique concert experience.

The concert opener for Joe Henry is Clarence Bucaro.  Rolling Stone called Bucaro’s new album, Passionate Kind, “buoyant, sometimes playful folk songwriting with a deep well of social consciousness,” and named him one of “10 Artists to Watch.”

Tickets for this performance are $30.00 and are available online at https://northfieldartsguild.org/music/411-series/joe-henry/, by calling 507-645-8877 or at the Guild’s Center for the Arts, 304 Division Street South, Northfield.   

The 411 Concert Series is sponsored by River Valley Eye Professionals and Vision.   The beverage sponsors are Firehouse Liquors and Tanzenwald.  Media support is provided by KYMN, 95.1 The One.

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.