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Wurth returns to Eldon for one-night show

Jun 04, 2018

ELDON -- Grammy nominated artist Tom Wurth will return Friday to McHaffey Opera House in Eldon to kick off the Annual American Gothic Days Festival.

Sean Coulter will open for Wurth’s acoustic performance.

The show begins at 7 p.m., with doors opening at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are $15 and are available at The McHaffey Opera House from 8 a.m. to noon today through Friday.

Wurth, an Iowa native, has four albums to his credit that have garnered three Top 30 singles including, “Bread on the Table,” “Good Ground,” and “If The Road Runs Out.” On each album he has chosen songs that speak to his desire to deliver sustainable and real music to his fans. He pulls his sound from country, soul, gospel and R&B.

Wurth’s latest album, “A Different Soul,” his fourth studio album, was coproduced by one of Nashville’s top sound engineers, T.W. Cargile, and Tony Coleman (B.B. King’s drummer for 30 years and currently on tour with Jamey Johnson.) The project features “Where I Belong” a Wurth co-write with Vince Gill. Gill also sat in on vocals and played guitar for the album. T. Graham Brown and Wurth joined forces in a soulful number for the project and John Ford Coley teamed up with him on two songs.

For information on the event, call McHaffey Opera House at 641-652-7510

For information on Wurth visit www.TomWurth.com.

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