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Nick Colionne – “Finger Painting Tour” (Postponed)
Sun, October 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
This concert has been postponed due to recent surge in COVID-19.
Nick Colionne – National touring Jazz musician will be appearing in the Caterpillar Performing Arts Center at Five Points Washington.
Tickets $15 – $25 or Table of 4 VIP seats for $180
Creating provocative album titles that give insight into his current musical state of mind, Nick Colionne has done it all in his multi-faceted career. He’s mastered the art of Keepin’ It Cool (2006), transcended musical boundaries to explore realms where there are No Limits (2008), fired up his thousands of worldwide fans with Feel the Heat (2011) and dug deep into his musical soul to share some of his deepest jazz and R&B Influences (2014).
While keeping up his whirlwind pace of 75-plus shows per year as one of the genre’s most tireless and explosive live performers, he made history with his 2016 collection The Journey – becoming the only artist in the history of the format to score five consecutive #1 singles on the Billboard Smooth Jazz National Airplay and Smooth Jazz Songs charts from a single album.
Nick has received numerous honors throughout his multi-faceted career, including the prestigious 2007 International Instrumental Artist of the Year Award at the Wave Jazz Awards, where he succeeded 2006 winner Chris Botti. He was nominated for the award again in 2009. He was chosen Artist of the Year at the 2011 Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival and Performer of the Year for Jazz Trax in 2010 and 2011. In 2010, Nick was nominated as Guitarist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year by the American Smooth Jazz Awards and received the Wayman Tisdale Humanitarian Award for his ongoing commitment to mentoring children and his work in the community and nationally in support of breast cancer causes. The recipient of the 1996 Malcom X College Alumnus of the Year Award (he earned his degree there in music), Colionne has devoted much of his spare time over the past 20 years to mentoring children at St. Laurence K-8 School in Elgin, Illinois. His roles include counseling, teaching music, computer music skills and guitar, and assisting with talent shows and holiday pageants.
Thank you event sponsors: Friends of Live @ Five Points and Special Donors, MTCO digiMAX, UFTRING AUTO GROUP, WASHINGTON COMMUNITY BANK, AMEREN ILLINOIS, CREATE A SCENE & I DO EVENTS