Acclaimed Americana group Copper Box returns to Chestnut Center
MARSHFIELD — The band Copper Box returns to the Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts on Friday, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m.
A perennial Chestnut Center audience favorite, Copper Box plays accordion-fueled Americana roots music and Southern soul and displays quality musicianship.
Danny Jerabek (accordion, keys, vocals, cornet, sousaphone) and his wife, Michelle Jerabek (baritone saxophone, vocals, guitar, washboard) met in their youth while performing on stage with their families’ polka bands.
The Jerabeks began writing songs and formed the band Copper Box in 2002. The band’s current lineup includes the highly regarded talents of Drew Hicks on bass and guitar and Jason Van Ryzin on drums.
The Wisconsin Area Music Industry honored Copper Box as Americana Artist of the Year in 2009 and 2012, People’s Choice in 2009, and named Danny Jerabek Specialty Instrumentalist of the Year in 2010 and 2011. Copper Box has recorded seven albums, the most recent released in November 2013 entitled “After the Rain.”
To learn more about and listen to Copper Box, visit copperboxsite.com.
Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for students, and $7 for seniors, at the door: $15/$5/$10. To reserve advance tickets—available until noon on Friday, Feb. 27—contact Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts by calling 715-389-8999 or emailing [email protected]. The Chestnut Center is located in downtown Marshfield at the corner of Third Street and Chestnut Avenue.