Tickets go on sale Friday, August 11, at 10 a.m.
Wabash, Ind. – Honeywell Arts & Entertainment adds Lyle Lovett and Leo Kottke to its 2023 lineup at the Honeywell
Center. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 11, at 10 a.m. and will be available online at honeywellarts.orgor by calling the
Honeywell Box Office at 260.563.1102.
As a nonprofit public charity, Honeywell Arts & Entertainment offers pre-sale access to supporters who donate $250 or
more annually. Monthly giving plans are available. For a full list of benefits or to donate, please call the Honeywell Box
Office or visit honeywellarts.org/presale.
Show night dining is offered with the Lyle Lovett and Leo Kottke: In Conversation and Song performance at the Honeywell
Center, located at Eugenia’s Restaurant in the Honeywell Center. To see the full list of upcoming applicable shows and to
make a reservation, visit honeywellarts.org/show-dining or call the Honeywell Box Office.
Lyle Lovett and Leo Kottke: In Conversation and Song – Thurs., Oct. 26 at 7:00 p.m. at the Honeywell Center
Experience an extraordinary fusion of musical genius as Lyle Lovett and Leo Kottke join forces for an unforgettable show.
Lovett, a true legend of Texas, breaks down barriers with his convention-defying blend of country, swing, jazz, folk,
gospel, and blues, performing beloved hits like “Cowboy Man,” “If I Had a Boat,” and “She’s No Lady.” Meanwhile,
Kottke’s mastery of the acoustic guitar captivates audiences with intricate melodies and soulful performances featuring
classics like “Pamela Brown,” “Vaseline Machine Gun,” and “Little Martha.” Don’t miss this unique collaboration by two
iconic performers whose works have shaped the landscape of American music. Most seats are $49 and $79, with limited
seating available for $129 and $149.
Lovett started his music career while attending Texas A&M University. He collaborated with Robert Earl Keen on “The
Front Porch Song” and released his self-titled debut album in 1986, featuring singles like “Farther Down the Line,”
“Cowboy Man,” and “God Will.” His 1987 album Pontiac brought crossover success with tracks like “She’s No Lady” and “I
Loved You Yesterday.” Later albums include Joshua Judges Ruth and The Road to Ensenada, earning him a GRAMMY
for Best Country Album. He also had an acting career in films like The Player and Short Cuts.
Leo Kottke, an acoustic guitarist from Georgia, found his passion for the guitar at age eleven, exploring a mix of musical
influences. After joining the Navy, he settled in Minnesota, where he gained fame with his major-label debut, Mudlark, and
subsequent albums like Greenhouse and Chewing Pine. He collaborated with Phish bassist Mike Gordon on Clone and
Sixty Six Steps. Kottke has received two GRAMMY nominations and a Doctorate in Music Performance.
About Honeywell Arts & Entertainment
Honeywell Arts & Entertainment encompasses the full range of arts opportunities and venues of The Honeywell
Foundation, a nonprofit public charity based in Wabash, Indiana. The organization is dedicated to providing arts,
education, and entertainment for all through live entertainment, movies, arts education, cultural events, culinary
experiences, Honeywell Arts Academy, and more. Offerings take place at seven venues including the Honeywell Center,
Honeywell House, Eagles Theatre, Charley Creek Gardens, Dr. James Ford Historic Home, Clarkson House, and 13-24
Drive In. Honeywell Arts & Entertainment partners with a network of venues throughout the region to further the reach of
live entertainment programming. Honeywell Arts & Entertainment programs and activities are made possible by generous
donors and in part by Arts United of Greater Fort Wayne, Regional Arts Partner; the Indiana Arts Commission, a state
agency; and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency. For more information about Honeywell Arts &
Entertainment, please visit HoneywellArts.org.
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