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Live from Cain’s: Byron Berline
September 17 | 7:00 pm CDT
Guthrie’s fiddle legend Byron Berline will perform in person and via free livestreams from the stage of Cain’s Ballroom through a collaboration with the nonprofit “Live From Cain’s”.
Tickets for this socially distanced, limited capacity show is available online at www.cainsballroom.com and are sold only in reserved tables of four. The free livestream is hosted on the Cain’s Ballroom Facebook page with the support of White Claw Hard Seltzer. www.facebook.com/cainsballroom/live.
For the livestream, Tulsa’s Phil Clarkin Photography, Press Pause Films, Midwest Drone Productions, and the seasoned crew of the Cain’s Ballroom are providing a cinematic virtual experience by using a multi-cam HD production (including drones and wireless cameras), an expert sound engineer and professional lighting.
Three-time National Fiddle Champion Byron Berline chose a music career after earning a B.A. from the University of Oklahoma, where he entered on a football scholarship before turning to track and throwing the javelin. He has played fiddle with bluegrass legends Bill Monroe, Dillard and Clark and Country Gazette. After moving to Los Angeles in 1969, Berline became one of the most popular fiddlers in the music business with list of performing and recording credits that includes The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, The Band, The Byrds, Elton John, Alabama, Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Flying Burrito Brothers, Rod Stewart, John Denver, Earl Scruggs, Emmylou Harris, Tammy Wynette, Mason Williams, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and Vince Gill. He also has extensive television and movie sound track credits and has appeared in Star Trek,Back to the Future III, and Basic Instinct. Berline’s own solo albums include his highly acclaimed 1996 release, “Fiddle & A Song,” with guest performances from Vince Gill, Mason Williams, Earl Scruggs and Bill Monroe. The album was nominated for two Grammy awards, ‘Best Album of the Year’ and ‘ Best Song of the Year.’ Berline has owned the Double Stop Fiddle Shop in Guthrie, Oklahoma since 1995. The shop burned to the ground in Feb. 2019, destroying dozens of irreplaceable instruments. It reopened in a new location the following summer. www.doublestop.com