Concert with Pre-Eminent Southern Singer
Join us for a live, fun and engaging online musical performance via Zoom.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Philip Claypool will perform a private concert for Harvard club members.
Rolling Stone Magazine once described his voice as “leather and velvet.”
Legendary producer Michael Lloyd states, “Philip has one of the finest voices I’ve ever recorded. He touches you with his talent and passion.”
Fans revere him for his versatility in all musical genres.
Saturday, May 9, 2020
5:00pm – 6:00pm PST
Harvard Club of SF Members: Free
Membership for Harvard alumni for One year: $60 (click here)
Zoom meeting link and dial-in information will be sent the day of the event at noon to those who RSVP. Please make sure you are all set to use Zoom before you join the conference. Click here to "GET STARTED" on Zoom.
About Philip Claypool:
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Philip Claypool’s roots lie deep in the Mississippi Delta. He is nationally recognized as one of today’s pre-eminent Southern singer/songwriters.
Claypool has released three albums, all receiving critical acclaim as well as Billboard and Music Row charting singles. USA Today ranked his “Circus Leaving Town” album #3 in its yearly Top Ten and many recognized recording artists have covered his songs. He has shared the recording studio and stage with legendary artists ranging from Carl Perkins, Garth Brooks, Zac Brown and Eric Church to Stephen Stills, Robbie Krieger of The Doors and others.
Claypool’s fans revere him for his versatility in all musical genres. In the words of one critic, “His versions of other artists work often mirror and exceed the originals.” Claypool can stun an audience as a solo vocal performer playing his guitar and harmonica, but he also performs as a duo, trio, and fronting a full band. He often employs a string quartet, which provides an amazing and unique musical experience.
Claypool performs nationally and is the “Go-To” entertainer for a unique, powerful and passionate musical experience that appeals to all generations.