An Evening With Josh Ritter: A Book Of Gold Thrown Open
Murmrr and Bowery Presents

Josh Ritter

All Ages
Josh Ritter makes a very special solo appearance at Murmrr Theater. He'll be playing old faves as well as brand new songs in Brooklyn.

A note about this tour, from Josh:

"I was thinking back to some of my favorite concerts over the years, and I realized how many took place in spaces that were special in their own right. Cathedrals, synagogues, strange and storied theaters, each bring a special kind of glow to the performance.  

I was also feeling the urge to play some of my quieter, more narrative songs that I may not always get the chance to perform during larger rock shows.  

So I decided to put together a tour that would allow me to play these songs, and some new ones that I’ve been writing, in some of these beautiful spaces. I decided to call the tour “A Book of Gold Thrown Open."  

I'll mainly be solo, but it’ll be a fun chance to have a few special guests and accompaniment.  And most of all, I’m looking forward to singing these songs.

I hope you can make it!  Rock on, and thank you.

- Josh”

Critical praise for Josh Ritter:

“Harking back to Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and maybe a little Mark Knopfler, Mr. Ritter has always been a slinger of serious ideas and high-flown imagery.” - The New York Times

“Josh Ritter remains at the top of his game two decades into a highlight-strewn career. He’d be forgiven for loosening his grip, but his hand has never felt surer.” - NPR Music

“If you love music and have a device on which to play it, you should listen to Josh Ritter whenever you need sound.”—Mary-Louise Parker in Esquire

“Mysterious, melancholy, melodic...and those are only the M’s.”—Stephen King in Entertainment Weekly

“There have been plenty of highlights in Ritter’s nearly 20-year recording career.” - AP

“Josh Ritter is sharper than ever.” - Salon

“100 Greatest Living Songwriters” - Paste

VENUE ADDRESS:
MURMRR THEATRE
17 EASTERN PKWY
BROOKLYN, NY, 11238

VENUE INFORMATION:
Union Temple, one of Brooklyn’s leading Reform Jewish synagogues, has been dedicated to enriching the cultural life of Brooklyn since it opened its doors in 1929. Union Temple is proud to host Murmrr’s events as a continuation of this long-standing tradition. Proceeds from these events help support Union Temple’s diverse and inclusive religious community.