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- $20 for one ticket to see Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers Crossed Tour (up to a $33.99 value)
- When: Friday, September 20, at 8 p.m.
- Where: Concord Music Hall
- Section: general admission
- Door time: 7 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Supporting acts include a live performance by Ethan Tucker and DJ sets by Papa G
Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers Crossed Tour
- Birth name: James Chambers
- Why the "Cliff"?: his stage name symbolizes the heights he aspired to
- Did he reach those heights?: he's the only musician to receive the Order of Merit, the Jamaican government's third highest honor
- But did he reach those heights?: he mentored Bob Marley
- But did he reach those heights?: he was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010
- So yes?: yes
- The Harder They Come: the movie that introduced reggae music to millions, in which Cliff starred and created most of the soundtrack for
- 40: the years since the movie was released
- Rebirth: the Grammy-winning 2012 album featuring what Rolling Stone calls "his best music in decades"
- Surprise collaborator on Rebirth: Rancid's Tim Armstrong
- Jimmy Cliff rock-steady classics that could cheer up even the saddest clown in the post-apocalypticest wasteland: "Many Rivers to Cross," "Wonderful World, Wonderful People," and his cover of "I Can See Clearly Now"
- What to expect (in Jimmy's words): "I want to give fans something different, a rare and intimate look at Jimmy Cliff. Through the years, I've been blessed with memorable experiences that accompany the songs I've created and I am excited to share these stories."