Coral Springs Center of the Arts Live-Streams Blues Legend ‘Taj Mahal’

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal. Photo by Jay Blacksburg.

By Sharon Aron Baron 

While it is still temporarily closed due to the COVID pandemic, the Coral Springs Center for the Arts looks forward to once again bringing the finest in music, dance, comedy, and more to the community.

Until they reopen, one of the events they have announced will be live-streaming Blues legend Taj Mahal Tuesday, November 17, at 9 pm, from the UC Theater stage in Berkeley, CA, so that local music fans can watch comfortably from their own homes.

This will be the first-ever live-streamed performance by this extraordinary composer, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, multi-Grammy winner, multi- Blues Music Award winner, Blues Hall of Fame member, and the recipient of Americana Music Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

A towering musical figure adored by such rock-and-roll icons as Eric Clapton and the Rolling Stones, Taj Mahal transcended the blues, not by leaving them behind, but by revealing their magnificent scope to the world. His highly anticipated collaboration with Keb’ Mo’ (TajMo) netted him a third Grammy.


Magic Touch

$20 – includes one device with as many viewers as you want. This includes 48-hour access to the stream.

Meet & Greet Tickets:

$150 – each ticket holder will receive a private 60- to 90-second video chat with Taj Mahal beginning one hour before the live performance, plus a photo.

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Sharon Aron Baron

Sharon Aron Baron
Editor of Talk Media and writer for Coral Springs Talk. CST was created in 2012 to provide News, Views, and Entertainment for the residents of Coral Springs and the rest of South Florida.

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