Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams

JUNE 13 • 7:30PM

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Tickets: $59, $39, $35, $25, $20 | Limit 8 tickets per mailing address

DOORS 6:30PM • SHOWTIME 7:30PM
The Vogel • Basie Center Campus • 99 Monmouth Street, Red Bank


Acclaimed Americana musicians Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams are a powerhouse of vocal and instrumental virtuosity. Initially Larry and Teresa made their marks separately – Larry as indispensable multi-instrumentalist with Bob Dylan, kd lang, Sheryl Crow, Keith Richards, Emmylou Harris and others, and Teresa as a stage actor in productions like Keep On the Sunny Side where she portrayed Sara Carter and Always… Patsy Cline. Their performing partnership was molded recording and touring with Levon Helm, iconic drummer and voice of The Band.

The couple’s albums, 2015’s Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams and 2017’s Contraband Love opened doors and ears as they toured on their own and with Jackson Browne, Phil Lesh & Friends, John Prine and Little Feat. Mojo Magazine dubbed the pair “The first couple of Americana,” and American Songwriter wrote: “they have created a unique sound inspired by the past, that is spirited, stirring and timeless.” In 2020 Larry & Teresa were profiled in the ten-part documentary series titled It Was the Music on Amazon Prime which gave viewers an intimate view of the realities of pursuing life as professional musicians. Their 2023 release Live at Levon’s! is the duo’s most recent album, recorded live at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY.

Presented by Count Basie Center for the Arts


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