Doors 6:30 pm show at 7 pm. Open seating, beer and wine available. $27 Advance / $31 Day of Show.Click here for tickets, info, video
Lacy J. Dalton is a Grammy nominated singer/songwriter from
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania who was inducted into the North American
Country Music Association International Hall of Fame in 2017. She’s one
of the most instantly recognizable voices in music – the woman People
Magazine called “Country’s Bonnie Raitt.” She was awarded “Top New
Female Vocalist of the Year” in 1979 by the Academy of Country Music,
and quickly rose to national prominence with her hit single “Crazy Blue
Eyes,” a song that raced to #7 on the Billboard Country Charts. Lacy’s
collaboration with Willie Nelson on his Half Nelson CD was a high spot
for her. Lacy was the only woman featured on that recording (which
included singing legends Ray Charles, Neil Diamond, Merle Haggard, Julio
Iglesias, George Jones, Leon Russell, Carlos Santana, Mel Tillis, Hank
Williams Sr., and Neil Young), and was awarded a Platinum Record for it.
She also received a Gold Record from Hank Williams Jr. in 1985 for her
support performances throughout his Five-0 Tour. She quickly became one
of the few women who could successfully share the stage with the likes
of Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, George Jones, Glen Campbell, Merle
Haggard and Charlie Daniels. Her Hit records are legendary
million-airplay cuts: “Hard Times,” “Crazy Blue Eyes,” “Hillbilly Girl
with the Blues.” “Takin’ it Easy,” “Everybody Makes Mistakes,” the
worldwide hit “Black Coffee,” and her signature song “16th Avenue,” the
anthem for Nashville songwriters voted one of Country’s Top 100 songs
ever by Billboard Magazine.
Lacy’s career includes accomplishments in music, film and radio. As
an independent artist with her own label called Song Dog Records, Lacy
has released three albums, “Wild Horse Crossing” in 1999, a tribute to
Hank Williams Sr. entitled “Here’s To Hank” in 2010, and her first
Americana album “The Last Wild Place Anthology” in 2006. In 2019, that
CD won the Pete Huttlinger Award for Music Excellence from boards of
Strictly Country Magazine and the Spirit Awards. She recently recorded
some electrifying new music for an EP that was released in January 2019.
When hearing the signature song Scarecrow, her good friend Reverend
Barbara Ann Fletcher remarked “that song makes you a whole new you, and
it makes me a whole new me.” That’s exactly the response Lacy hoped for.
Dale Poune great supporting vocals and guitar and mandolin makes this a great duo show you won’t want to miss!
The award winning historic Sutter Creek Theatre is an intimate 215
seat former silent film theatre with superb sound. Voted Best Indie
Theatre multiple times (KCRA A-List).Video - Scarecrow