ALAC Music Series Returns

February 17, 2019

ALAC Music Series returned for the second year with an intimate VIP event hosted by Daniel Lanois

The ALAC Music Series returned for the second year with an intimate VIP event hosted by multi Grammy Award-winning artist and producer Daniel Lanois. Lanois, who produced for Bob Dylan, Brandon Flowers, Peter Gabriel, Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Spoons, U2, Neil Young and others, hosted the evening at his home, which, as Lanois says, “is literally and figuratively built on music.” His house features an organ that was constructed into the floors and walls. The evening featured intimate performance by Lanois and collaborators Rocco DeLuca and organist Johnny Shepherd.

Daniel Lanois performs with Johnny Shepard, ALAC Music Series 2019.

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