Saturday, April 14 @ 7:30pm
Cunneen-Hackett Arts Center Theater
12 Vassar Street - Poughkeepsie, NY

YES, TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
Members: $30
Non-Members: $35
Buy Early - $10 More at the Door


SOLD OUT - Supporters & Premium Reserved Seats:
$50/Members, $60/Non-Members


So sorry! The Supporter tickets have sold out. However, every seat in the house is a great one, so don't wait too long. They are going quickly.

Do the Gibson Brothers really need an introduction to Bluegrass lovers? Do we really need to tell you who they are and why they are the favorites at every festival? We think not! We think you know that this band has won multiple awards and for good reason....they are just great!

International Bluegrass Music Association Awards
Emerging Artist of the Year – 1998
Song of the Year – “Ring the Bell" – 2010 and “They Called It Music” - 2013
Vocal Group of the Year – 2011 and 2013
Album of the Year – “Help My Brother” - 2011
Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year - “Ring the Bell” – 2010 and “Singing as We Rise – Gibson Brothers with Ricky Skaggs – 2012
Songwriter of the Year – Eric Gibson - 2013
Entertainer of the Year – 2012 and 2013

Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America Awards
Bluegrass Album of the Year – “Help My Brother” – 2012
Song of the Year – “Help My Brother” – 2012
Songwriters of the Year – Leigh & Eric Gibson - 2012
Song of the Year - "They Called It Music" - 2014
Gospel Group of the Year (Contemporary): The Gibson Brothers - 2015
Vocal Group of the Year: The Gibson Brothers - 2015

Singles from their recordings have consistently made the BU Songs Chart with "Long Forgotten Dream" lasting eight months, "Picture in the Moonlight" eleven and "She Paints a Picture" thirteen. The first single to attain No. 1 position was held by: "Mountain Song" for two consecutive months; "Ring the Bell" for three; "Farm of Yesterday" for two; "Help My Brother" for three; and "They Called It Music" for three.

Honorary Degrees
On May 16, 2015 both Eric and Leigh received honorary doctorates of fine arts from the State University of New York during the spring commencement at SUNY Plattsburgh.

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