Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)

Doors open at 07:00 PM / Show starts at 08:00 PM

Tickets are $10.00 advanced / $15.00 day of show

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Formed in 1996, anthropologist and singer/songwriter, Leisure McCorkle returns to The Visulite Theatre with a new full band lineup, and a new (sixth) album (Archangel) due out later this summer 2024. McCorkle, road tested on three continents, has seen his share of ups and downs. “You don’t play music because you want to be famous, or make loads of money,” proffers McCorkle; “those things are arbitrary and sometimes by-products of being a musician, even though rare. Playing music is something that is a part of who you are, not an extension of your professional and financial aspirations.” 

“It really wasn’t so clear to me until the passing of my long term drummer and friend   - Superstar Gary Guthrie (1971-2021). Losing Gary was a massive loss to me and everything I’m about, and this includes my music. Gary was with me from high school onward. He will never be replaced. It was only after deep reflection that I decided to keep going. In a way, I feel like I have to keep going because Gary and I worked so hard together to make music our life.”

In 2024, McCorkle put together a live band of some of the best musicians from around the area for a show that will hopefully develop into regular performances anywhere and everywhere. Joining him are: Dan Hood (Blue Dogs), Josh Daniel, James Brock, and Jason “Greazy Keyz” Atkins live in concert at The Visulite Theatre. In addition, this LM super group celebrates the arrival of a new album this year - Archangel, which features Superstar Gary Guthrie on two unreleased tracks. It will also be available on colored vinyl. 

The new band hopes to see you at the show at Visulite Friday June 14th. Better yet buy an advanced ticket, and support original local/regional music at a locally owned venue, so that we can all keep making and playing the best live and recorded music possible.





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Start time: 08:00 PM

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