David Nail To Make Orchestral Debut
David Nail is set to make his symphony orchestra debut with the Colorado Orchestra October 8th in Denver. The orchestra, lead by Scott O’Neil, will play at the Denver Boettcher Concert Hall at 7:30. They will blend David’s country with the 79-piece orchestra and perform his songs “Red Light,” “Let It Rain,” “Turning Home,” and even “Strangers On A Train” which was originally recorded with Miranda Lambert performing backing vocals. There are still tickets for the concert starting at only $25!
This will be David’s first orchestral performance, but it isn’t the first groundbreaking performance for the Colorado Orchestra. They’ve become known for their innovative, one-of-a-kind performances with some music heavy-weights including Chicago, Sarah McLachlan, and Boys II Men.
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