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Raul Midón

at San Miguel Chapel

Time: 7:30pm     Day: Wednesday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $37
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TICKETS: $37

 

VENUE INFO: San Miguel Chapel
Alcohol: No

Seating: Yes

Outside Food/Drink: No

Parking: Yes

ADA: Ask for accommodations

 

 

RAUL MIDÓN
Blind Singer-Songwriter Guitarist Raul Midón is nothing if not prolific.  His 14th and latest album, Lost & Found is a blend of what he calls “smooth folk,” “alt-pop”  and “jazz.”  A master at combining genres, “his music suggests a three way fusion of Stevie Wonder, Bobby McFerrin and José Feliciano,” New York Times. Midón recently debuted the album’s first single, the uplifting bluesy pop song Keep On Keeping On on the The Jennifer Hudson Show (December 2023).  

 

Midón has worked with countless legends in the industry including Bill Withers, Herbie Hancock, and Sting.  In 2022, he paid tribute to Joni Mitchell with the National Symphony Orchestra arranged and conducted by Vince Mendoza at The Kennedy Center alongside Lalah Hathaway, Jimmie Herrod & Renee Fleming (PBS Next at the Kennedy Center).  He received two Grammy nominations back-to-back in 2017 and 2018 for his albums Bad Ass and Blind and If You Really Want in the Best Jazz Vocal Category. In 2019, he was awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from his alma mater, University of Miami.  In 2021, he was given the Disability Rights Ambassador of the Year award, presented to him by his colleague Jason Mraz.

 

Raul embarks on the U.S. portion of the Lost & Found tour in March 2024.  

 

 

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