With the booze-soaked swagger of Lynyrd Skynyrd and the muscular guitar and vocals of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Mississippi-bred singer-songwriter Paul Thorn draws on his storied life to craft his songs, a mix of blues, gospel and rock music. The son of a preacher and nephew of a pimp, Thorn once made ends meet as a factory worker and a professional boxer. Called "an incredible find" by The Nation magazine, Thorn's opened for such diverse acts as John Prine, Mark Knopfler and Toby Keith, and his 2010 album, Pimps and Preachers, topped the Americana charts for three weeks. Now Thorn brings his singular brand of blues-driven southern rock to Seminole Theatre in Homestead.
18 N Krome Ave.
Homestead, FL 33030