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Scott Joss & Chris Gantry

Scott Joss & Chris Gantry2020-01-17T13:19:01-08:00

Scott Joss & Chris Gantry
02/16/20

In 1980, at the age of 18, Scott Joss got a life changing call from Merle Haggard to play with the Strangers and since Merle’s passing, Joss has been traveling with Kris Kristofferson as part of the Strangers. Known for his “Bakersfield Sound,” Joss is now touring with Chris Gantry who is considered ‘the original Nashville outlaw of the 60’s’. Touring together in support of both of their new albums, Scott Joss and Chris Gantry are making a stop at the historic Cascade Theatre and you don’t want to miss it.

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Sunday, February 16th 2020 - 12:00 AM | Cascade Theatre

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