That’s right, Achievers! Jeff, The Dude, Bridges is coming to Houston and he’s performing live with The Abiders on Saturday April 12th at Warehouse Live. Tickets are $37 for the show and $150 for a meet and greet. $150 isn’t that much to pay to meet El Duderino.
A freakin meet and greet with Jeffrey Lebowski?!?!?!
Check out the official release below and get your tickets here http://www.warehouseive.
JEFF BRIDGES TO PERFORM LIVE AT
Academy Award-winning Actor Will Perform Original Music on Saturday, April 12th
Houston (March 20, 2014)—Academy Award-winning actor Jeff Bridges will perform original music with his band, The Abiders, at Warehouse Live on Saturday, April 12th. Doors will open at 8 p.m.; the show scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. Tickets start at $37 and are on sale now online at www.warehouselive.com.
Bridges, best known for his work as an actor, has been in numerous blockbuster films over the course of his 56-year career. With popular roles ranging from Tron, The Fabulous Baker Boys and The Big Lebowski, he has created some of the most interesting and iconic characters in film. In 2009, Bridges won an Oscar for his portrayal of a grizzled former country music legend in the filmCrazy Heart, in which he performed the music.
A songwriter in addition to an actor and a musician, Bridges released his debut album, “Be Here Soon,” in 2000, and his self-titled follow-up in 2011. The album was produced by Bridges’ Crazy Heart collaborator, multiple Grammy-winning songwriter, musician and producer, T Bone Burnett, whom Bridges has known and collaborated with for more than 30 years.
His musical endeavors have led him to perform at Neil Young’s annual Bridge School Benefit concert, on the charity-single remake of “We Are the World,” with his band on Austin City Limits, on The Colbert Report and in live sessions for SiriusXM, AOL Music and shows across the country.
Last year, he and Bernie Glassman released their acclaimed new book titled “The Dude and the Zen Master,” which received the Outstanding Literary Achievement Award. Known for his role as the Dude in the 1998 comedy “The Big Lebowski,” his band takes its name, The Abiders, from a comment made by the Stranger who serves as a narrator: “The Dude abides.”
General admission tickets are $37 and available now, as well as a special Meet and Greet package for $150. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit http://www.warehouseive.