Neal Morse Band

Sunday, February 20
Door: | 8pm // Show: | 8pm
$35 to $65

Show Details:

  • All Ages
  • Doors 7:00pm
  • Show 8:00pm
  • ADA Seating Available

 ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
Neal Morse (born August 2, 1960) is an American singer, musician and composer based in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1992, he formed the progressive rock band Spock’s Beard with his brother Alan and released an album which was moderately successful. In 1999, he joined former Dream Theater drummer and co-founder Mike Portnoy, together with Flower Kings’ Roine Stolt and Marillion’s Pete Trewavas they formed the super-group Transatlantic.[1] In 2002, Neal Morse became a born again Christian, left Spock’s Beard and began a Christian rock solo career, releasing many progressive rock concept albums about his new religious faith. In the meantime, he continued to play with Transatlantic and formed three new bands with Portnoy, Yellow Matter Custard, Flying Colors and The Neal Morse Band.

Reserved Balcony and Premium Reserved Balcony:

**All reserved seating is along the balcony ledge and is first come first serve for reserved seating ticket holders within each section. Comes with Padded seat with backs to them. General admission ticket holders will be standing directly behind this seating, there is no barrier separating reserved seating and general admission** Bathrooms and Bar is located in the balcony for easy access!

Neal Morse (born August 2, 1960) is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader and progressive rock composer based in Nashville, Tennessee. In 1992, he formed the progressive rock band Spock's Beard with his brother Alan and released an album which was moderately successful. In 1999, he joined former Dream Theater co-founder Mike Portnoy, Flower Kings' Roine Stolt and Marillion's Pete Trewavas to form the super-group Transatlantic. In 2002, Neal Morse became a born again Christian, left Spock's Beard and began a Christian rock solo career, releasing many progressive rock concept albums about his new religious faith. In the meantime, he continued to play with Transatlantic and formed three new bands with Portnoy, Yellow Matter Custard, Flying Colors and The Neal Morse Band.