TAJ MAHAL | Legacy Artist Concert
August 25, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm CDT
The Church Studio is redefining live music events – bringing a thrilling experience to a very finite group of 100 guests in the transcendent sanctuary of The Church Studio. Taj Mahal will be here on August 25th at 7 PM with the doors opening at 5:30 PM. The Church Studio, a legendary state-of-the-art recording studio, archive, and historic landmark has developed a series of rare but highly curated, intimate concerts showcasing legacy artists. Each concert will undeniably be a “bucket list” level event.
The Church Studio Legacy Concert series will honor the career of the musical artist while fostering the mission of The Church Studio. 100 guests will enjoy:
- Newly restored historic landmark
- Exhibition of the artist in photographs or memorabilia
- Champagne reception with small bites
- Commemorative event lanyard
- Comfortable seating in the acoustically exceptional live room (original sanctuary)
- Announcement and early reservation for the next legacy artist
- Once in a lifetime experience
“The blues is bigger than most people think,” Taj Mahal says. “You could hear Mozart play the blues. It might be more like a lament. It might be more melancholy. But I’m going to tell you: the blues is in there.”Taj is a towering musical figure — a legend who transcended the blues not by leaving them behind, but by revealing their magnificent scope to the world. Quantifying the 80-year-old’s significance is impossible, but people try anyway. A 2017 Grammy win for Taj Mahal. Taj’s collaboration with Keb’ Mo’, brought his Grammy tally to three wins and 14 nominations, and underscored his undiminished relevance more than 50 years after his solo debut. Blues Hall of Fame membership, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Americana Music Association, and other honors punctuate his résumé. Taj appreciates the accolades, but his motivation lies elsewhere. “I just want to be able to make the music that I’m hearing come to me — and that’s what I did,” Taj says. “When I say, ‘I did,’ I’m not coming from the ego. The music comes from somewhere. You’re just the conduit that comes through. You’re there to receive the gift.