Chestertown, MD, January 30, 2006 — The Prince Theatre—in cooperation with Washington College's Student Events Board and SGA—presents the Paul Reed Smith Band in concert, Friday, February 10, at the historic Prince Theatre, 210 High Street, Chestertown. Show begins 8 p.m., doors open 7:30 p.m.
The first 100 Washington College students are admitted free with valid student I.D.
Tickets are $20 per person and benefit the fundraising efforts of the Prince Theatre Cultural Center and Foundation for the Arts. There will be a cash bar, but those 18 and under are welcomed. Tickets can be purchased at the Prince Theatre box office, 210 High Street, during business hours, Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., or by calling the box office at 410-810-2060 during business hours.
The Paul Reed Smith Band is guitar maven Paul Reed Smith's international touring band, showcasing the dynamic talents of seasoned, high-caliber musicians. With bassist Gary Grainger—whose seamless approach to virtually any style of music makes him one of the most sought after bass players in the world—guitarist Michael Ault, the showmanship of vocalist Derek St. Holmes, and the rhythms of drummer Greg Grainger—one of the best session drummers in the music business today—the Paul Reed Smith Band performs and records original rock and covers the classics as well.
The Band has performed throughout the U.S. at music industry events, tradeshows, music stores, and nightclubs for customers, artists, music industry peers, and diehard fans, in addition to playing for audiences in Canada, Japan, China, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and England. The Paul Reed Smith Band is currently working on a new CD project, with a probable May 2006 release date.
The Prince Theatre, located in historic Chestertown on Maryland's Eastern Shore, was built in 1926 as a vaudeville theatre and movie house. The meticulously restored theatre now presents a wide range of musical acts, special events, children's workshops and educational lectures. For more information about concerts and events at the Prince Theatre, visithttp://www.princetheatre.org.