Bo Lozoff Tonight at the Volcano Art Center

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The Volcano Art Center presents Bo Lozoff on Saturday May 21 at 7:00 pm at Niaulani Campus in a tribute to Bob Dylan. Tickets are $15.00 for adults. Bo Lozoff’s fans and admirers range from Mister Rogers – who called Bo one of his heroes – to Outlaw Biker Magazine, which called him “one righteous dude.” His Holiness the Dalai Lama has written forewords to two of Bo’s books. Utne Reader named him “one of America’s 100 spiritual visionaries.” Bo is an accomplished singer/songwriter with three CDs, Stumbling Toward The Light (1986), Whatever It Takes (2004), and Eyes So Soft (2006).

Bo Lozoff

Bo Lozoff

“Bo has quite a reputation as a musician and as a showman in Hawaii and across the world, it is going to be quite a night of music and fun at Volcano Art Center as we celebrate Bob Dylan’s 70th Birthday. Do not forget to pull out your denim for this gig as Volcano is gonna be rocking.” stated Concerts and Performances Coordinator David Wallerstein.

Bo Lozoff has been intermittently writing and performing his songs for almost forty years in the background of his career as director of Human Kindness Foundation. Three of the songs on Bo’s 2004 CD, “Whatever It Takes,” won awards in the Billboard World Song Contest of 2004, and two others won awards from the NC Songwriter’s Coop Competition for 2004. His 2006 release, “Eyes So Soft,” is a powerful live performance of songs written during his life on the road, speaking and performing across the country. The reviews and awards are already coming in for cuts from this new album, including one of his tunes being selected for a compilation CD and another being named a finalist in the international “We Are Listening” songwriting contest.

Bo’s unique work with prisoners around the world has drawn fans as diverse as the Dalai Lama, Mister Rogers, and Outlaw Biker Magazine. Bo’s first book, “We’re All Doing Time,” has been hailed by Village Voice as “one of the ten books everyone in the world should read.” Utne Reader named Bo “one of America’s 100 spiritual visionaries.”
Bo plays both solo performances — voice, guitar and harmonicas — and is sometimes joined by friends on guitar, violin, fiddle, keyboards, or vocals so you never know what fun and excitement is going to happen onstage at a Bo Lozoff concert.
Tickets are $15.00 and 10% off for members of Volcano Art Center. Please call David Wallerstein at 808-967-8222 for tickets or visit the Volcano Art Center Niaulani Campus. Visit www.volcanoartcenter.org for information and to purchase tickets online. Tickets are also available the evening of the performance 1 hour before scheduled concert time at theater Box Office.

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