Basic Info

December 01, 2023 - December 01, 2023
Robins Theatre
160 E Market St.
Warren, OH 44481

Price

Admission Charged

Times

8 p.m.

Contact

Robins Theatre
PVPT WarrenOH.jpg

Phil Vassar is an artist, songwriter, entertainer, and 2x ASCAP Songwriter of the Year with 10 No. 1 singles and 27 Top 40 hits, including: “Carlene”, “In Real Love”, “Little Rodeo”, “For A Little While”, “Right on the Money”, “Six Pack Summer’, “Last Day of My Life”, “American Soul”, “American Child”, “Bye Bye”, “My Next Thirty Years, “I’m Alright”, “That’s When I Love You”, “Love is a Beautiful Thing”, “Just Another Day in Paradise”, & many more. His “Songs From the Cellar” just wrapped season 3 and is airing nationally on Circle Network. Pam Tillis is the daughter of Country Music legend Mel Tillis and multi-media artist Doris Tillis. A singer/songwriter whose compositions have been covered in Country, R&B, Bluegrass and Rock. An actor with a long list of film, TV and stage credits. Tillis’ 1991 debut country album, Put Yourself In My Place, went gold and yielded two No. 1 and two Top 5 singles. Her next three albums – Homeward Looking Angel, Sweetheart’s Dance and Greatest Hits, were all certified platinum. She achieved six No. 1 songs during the ‘90s Country explosion, including “Shake the Sugar Tree,” “Mi Vida Loca,” “When You Walk In The Room,” “In Between Dances,” “Don’t Tell Me What To Do,” and her signature song, “Maybe It Was Memphis.” The Grammy winner and Grand Ole Opry member’s talents extend far beyond her recording career – she’s an accomplished actor with an impressive list of credits, including the films The Thing Called Love and The Neon Highway; the Broadway production of Smokey Joe’s Café; and TV shows LA Law, Diagnosis: Murder, Promised Land, Drag Race, Nashville, and Fairwood. Tillis’ latest album, 2020’s Looking For A Feeling, finds her doubling down on one of her first loves – songwriting. She wrote seven of the 11 tracks. The music muse is still providing inspiration and accolades. Tillis is one of the 2022 Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame nominees.