Booker T. Jones Celebrates The Release of His Memoir TIME IS TIGHT - 11/14/19

Booker T. Jones Celebrates The Release of His Memoir TIME IS TIGHT - 11/14/19

Thursday, November 14 2019 6:00 PM Doors / 8:00 PM Start / Ends 9:30 PM (ESTIMATED ENDING TIME)

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Thu Nov 14 2019

Booker T. Jones Celebrates The Release of His Memoir TIME IS TIGHT - 11/14/19

at City Winery Chicago

Doors:
6:00 PM
Starts:
8:00 PM
Ends:
9:30 PM (ESTIMATED ENDING TIME)

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VIP
$58.00
Front Premier
$55.00
Premier
$48.00
Reserved
$45.00

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Prior to the musical performance, Booker T will treat fans to an intimate reading from his forthcoming autobiography Time is Tight, followed by a short Q&A opportunity. In an emotional musical journey, Booker T will then perform the songs that make up the fabric of his musical identity. Booker T. & the M.G.’s staples like Green Onions are woven into defining moments from his journey after Stax, when he produced and recorded with artists as diverse as Bill Withers, Willie Nelson, and Carlos Santana. The evening culminates with new original music, highlighting the soaring guitar and vocals of his son and collaborator Teddy Jones. After the show, Booker T will greet fans and sign copies of Time is Tight.

“Booker T. will forever be known as the Booker T. from Booker T. and the MGs. But this book reveals so much more of the man.” —Bob Dylan

“Booker T. is a great producer, a great musician, and a great friend. Those three ‘greats’ together pretty much let you know how I feel about Booker. He and I worked together on many projects, all were fun—just like this book, which is as joyful to read as Booker’s music is to listen to.” —Willie Nelson

“Booker is simply one of the tenderest-hearted people I’ve ever met and I’m so honored to have ever been in his company. This beautiful memoir is a near perfect reflection of the man I would walk a million miles for: engaging, unforgettable, and deeply creative.”  —Sinéad O’Connor