Spectacle Management Presents Lori McKenna

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Spectacle Management Presents

Lori McKenna

At Beverly’s Larcom Theatre
Thursday, November 30 at 8pm


Tickets On Sale Monday, October 2 at 10am

SEPTEMBER 29, 2017
CONTACT: Dan Berube, dberube@spectaclemanagement.net

Beverly, MA – Spectacle Management is proud to present Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Lori McKenna at The Larcom Theatre in Beverly on Thursday, November 30 at 8pm. Lori McKenna was just awarded Best Country Song for her solo-penned, No. 1 hit “Humble and Kind” (Tim McGraw) at 59th Annual Grammy Awards. In addition to the Grammy accolades, McKenna recently won “Song of the Year” at The 50th Annual CMA Awards for “Humble and Kind.” She is the first songwriter to win the award in consecutive years since Vince Gill (1991-1993) and is the first female songwriter to win back-to-back nods in the history of the CMAs. McKenna is also the first solo songwriter to win the award since 2011. Tickets for Lori McKenna at The Larcom Theatre in Beverly on Thursday, November 30 at 8pm are $49-$59 and will go on sale on Monday, October 2 at 10am at www.thelarcom.org or by calling 617-531-1257. 

Lori McKenna puts a magnifying glass on unchampioned lives. She doesn’t just notice the quiet and ordinary, she delights in it, effortlessly transforming the average to extraordinary. The result is over a decade worth of songs filled with honest stories and depth.

McKenna had already become one of the industry’s most sought-after songwriters, and then, the last three years happened. Tim McGraw’s No. 1 “Humble and Kind,” which McKenna wrote alone, earned her the Grammy for Best Country Song. It marked the second consecutive year McKenna took home the honor: Little Big Town’s 11-week No. 1 “Girl Crush,” which McKenna co-wrote, claimed the trophy in 2016. McKenna also earned the ACM Songwriter of the Year crown in 2017, and a slew of nominations both years. “Humble and Kind” clinched a 2017 ACM Song of the Year nomination, while McKenna’s own acclaimed album, The Bird & The Rifle, garnered Grammy nods for Best Americana Album, while album track “Wreck You” received Best Americana Roots Performance and Best Americana Roots Song nods. In 2016, “Girl Crush” scored AIMP Song of the Year honors, along with nominations for Grammy Song of the Year and ACM Song of the Year, while “Humble and Kind” earned a CMA Song of the Year win. Her 2016 CMA Song of the Year honors marked another second consecutive win for McKenna, who also took home the trophy in 2015 for “Girl Crush.”

And just like that, McKenna was catapulted into already-a-legend territory. While Nashville has become an important artistic and business hub for McKenna, Stoughton, Massachusetts has remained home. Faith Hill fell in love with McKenna’s writing first, and since then, country’s biggest stars have followed suit. She penned 2x Platinum Billboard No. 1 hit “I Want Crazy” by Hunter Hayes and radio favorites such as Little Big Town’s “Your Side of the Bed” and “Sober,” while Reba, Alison Krauss, David Nail, Keith Urban, and others have also recorded her songs.

As an artist, McKenna has now recorded 10 albums. NPR declared The Bird & the Rifle, which was produced by Grammy winner Dave Cobb, “one of 2016’s best releases,” while Rolling Stone named Numbered Doors, a stunning collection of her gritty, pensive songs, one of the “40 Best Country Albums of 2014.”Massachusetts, released the previous year, introduced McKenna to an even wider audience, hungry for something real, while 2012’s Heart Shaped Bullet Hole and 2011’s Lorraine were also breakthroughs, adding New York Times praise to her long list of fans including American SongwriterPaste, and CMT.

Tickets for Lori McKenna at The Larcom Theatre in Beverly on Thursday, November 30 at 8pm are $49-$59 and will go on sale on Monday, October 2 at 10am onwww.thelarcom.org or by calling 617-531-1257. 


The Larcom Performing Arts Theatre built in 1912, the same year as Fenway Park is a beautiful and historic 560-seat multi-purpose theatre offering both stage and screen entertainment in downtown Beverly’s central art district. The Larcom Theatre is rich with elegance and boasts many original features. Known for its spectacular acoustics, the intimate venue often referred to as “the North Shore’s hidden gem” will take you back in time. The Larcom Theatre currently hosts local talent, nationally renowned, award-winning stars and presents children’s theatre, music, dance, comedy, and variety shows.

The Larcom Performing Arts Theatre is located at 13 Wallis Street in downtown Beverly, Massachusetts. Off-street parking is located in the public lots behind the commercial buildings on Cabot Street. www.thelarcom.org 

Spectacle Management is a full-service booking, marketing and promotion company with offices in Boston and Lexington. For more information, please contact Pete Lally, plally@specmgt.com and  617-531-1257. www.spectacleshows.com



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