Live at the Hall: Steve Forbert

May 04, 202107:00 PM - 07:45 PM

In this program, folk-rock singer-songwriter Steve Forbert performs and discusses his forty-year music career. Forbert traces his journey from his hometown of Meridian, Mississippi, where he fronted a rock band; to New York City, where he scored a pop hit with “Romeo’s Tune”; to Nashville in the 1980s, where he recorded three albums; and finally, to New Jersey and his current home in Asbury Park. His 2002 album, Any Old Time, a collection of Jimmie Rodgers songs, was nominated for a Grammy award for best traditional folk album. Forbert’s songs have been recorded by Rosanne Cash, Marty Stuart, and Keith Urban. Forbert released his memoir Big City Cat: My Life in Folk Rock in 2018.  


Streamed on the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Facebook page and YouTube channel and available on-demand on the museum’s Watch and Listen page.   


Following his Live at the Hall premiere, Steve Forbert will join @officialcmhof on Instagram Live to answer questions submitted by viewers. 


Live at the Hall is underwritten in part by the Ford Motor Company Fund. All Museum programs are funded in part by grants from the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and Tennessee Arts Commission.





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