May 16 and May 23
$15 for one livestream or $20 for both livestreams
50 Mark West Springs Rd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Tues – Sat, 10am–6pm
closed Sunday and Monday
(Open 2 hours before performances on Sundays and Mondays)
Raw: An Intimate Night of Stories & Songs (Solo) livestream concerts
Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 5:00PM and
Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 5:00PM
Livestream Single Show Ticket: $15.00
Two Show Livestream Bundle: $20.00
Livestream Ticket + Mug: $30.00
Livestream Ticket + CD/LP: $50.00
Livestream Ticket + All Merch + Meet & Greet: $95.00
Livestream Ticket + Meet & Greet: $50.00
Meet & Greet will take place on Wednesday, May 19th at 7:00pm CDT/5:00pm Pacific
Merchandise will ship within 2 days after each performance.
Tickets grant you 48-hour access to the stream in case you can’t join Bobby Rush live. All ticket sales end when the livestream performance begins.
All ticket purchases for Bobby Rush Raw Livestream are managed by Mandolin Box Office. Tickets will not be sold through the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts box office, unfortunately LBC ticket vouchers and gift certificates cannot be used towards purchase for this performance.
Bobby Rush has been making records for nearly 70 years and has more than 400 recordings, 75 career releases, and now 27 studio albums to his name.
After earning a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album and a Blues Music Award for Album of the Year for his studio recording Porcupine Meat in 2017, he spent a year writing his follow-up. In 2019, at age 85, he released “Sitting on Top of the Blues” with 11 originals, earning him another Blues Music Award and Grammy Award nomination. Rush is one of the last Black bluesmen from the class to emerge out of and triumph in the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s. He has recorded for more than 20 labels, from Checker/Chess and ABC to Philly Int’l and Rounder/Concord. To cap off 2019 he had a cameo in the Golden Globe-nominated Netflix original film “Dolemite Is My Name,” the Rudy Ray Moore biopic featuring Eddie Murphy as Moore. Rush kicked off 2020 with the release of “Dolemite Kid,” a single inspired by his nine years on tour with Moore, his day working with Murphy, and the hit film itself.