TOKENS SHOW
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Showings
Collins Alumni AuditoriumFri, Jun 6, 2014 7:30 PM Event Date Passed
 
Collins Alumni AuditoriumTue, Sep 9, 2014 7:30 PM
The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashville’s “Best Local Variety Show” in 2013 which is a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a“huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens “is amazing. It’s amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining.” Other reviewers have called Tokens “spectacular” and”provocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion-or at least went to divinity school-it might look a lot like TOKENS.” Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens “dazzling. magical. better than CATS … creating beauty and mischief.” And the Englewood Review of Books says that “TOKENS is one of today’s finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts…” Watch our promo video!
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Collins Alumni AuditoriumTue, Apr 14, 2015 7:30 PM
The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashville’s “Best Local Variety Show” in 2013 which is a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a“huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens “is amazing. It’s amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining.” Other reviewers have called Tokens “spectacular” and”provocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion-or at least went to divinity school-it might look a lot like TOKENS.” Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens “dazzling. magical. better than CATS … creating beauty and mischief.” And the Englewood Review of Books says that “TOKENS is one of today’s finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts…” Watch our promo video
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Collins Alumni AuditoriumTue, Sep 22, 2015 7:30 PM
The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashville’s “Best Local Variety Show” in 2013 which is a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a“huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens “is amazing. It’s amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining.” Other reviewers have called Tokens “spectacular” and”provocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion-or at least went to divinity school-it might look a lot like TOKENS.” Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens “dazzling. magical. better than CATS … creating beauty and mischief.” And the Englewood Review of Books says that “TOKENS is one of today’s finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts…” Watch our promo video
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Collins Alumni AuditoriumThu, Jun 9, 2016 7:30 PM
The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashville’s “Best Local Variety Show” in 2013 which is a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a“huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens “is amazing. It’s amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining.” Other reviewers have called Tokens “spectacular” and”provocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion-or at least went to divinity school-it might look a lot like TOKENS.” Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens “dazzling. magical. better than CATS … creating beauty and mischief.” And the Englewood Review of Books says that “TOKENS is one of today’s finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts…” Watch our promo video
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Collins Alumni AuditoriumTue, Oct 4, 2016 7:30 PM
The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashville’s “Best Local Variety Show” in 2013 which is a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a“huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens “is amazing. It’s amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining.” Other reviewers have called Tokens “spectacular” and”provocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religion-or at least went to divinity school-it might look a lot like TOKENS.” Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens “dazzling. magical. better than CATS … creating beauty and mischief.” And the Englewood Review of Books says that “TOKENS is one of today’s finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts…” Watch our promo video
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Collins Alumni AuditoriumThu, Jun 8 7:30 PM
TOKENS is part great music, part university lecture, part cultural analysis, and part good conversation, featuring Nashville’s finest musicians and songwriters, provocative interviews with best-selling authors, all mixed up with enough humor and satire to keep things ever lively. “Breaking down false dichotomies one episode at a time,” we like to say, TOKENS opens dialogue between artists and historians, storytellers and scholars, comedians and activists; makes space for bluegrass and classical on the same stage; and brings all sorts of folks and genres together in a sort of unexpected back-porch kind of feel, in which the whole always turns out being more than the sum of the parts. For all Tokens-related questions, please contact Bragg Management at braggassist {at} gmail dot com or 615.352.5509.
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Description

The Nashville Scene recognized the Tokens radio show as Nashvilles Best Local Variety Show in 2013 which is a grass-kicking shredfest that is ahuge success,” with genre-bending creativity.” The Tennessean calls it one of a kind, and a virtuouso ensemble. Prominent Nashville music critic Peter Cooper recently opined that Tokens is amazing. Its amazing that [Tokens] has integrated music, humor and scholarship into something so seamlessly entertaining. Other reviewers have called Tokens spectacular andprovocative.” Sojourners opined that “…if A Prairie Home Companion ever moved South and got religionor at least went to divinity schoolit might look a lot like TOKENS. Best selling author Shane Claiborne calls Tokens dazzling. magical. better than CATS creating beauty and mischief. And the Englewood Review of Books says that TOKENS is one of todays finest exemplars of exploration around the intersections of theology and the performing arts

 

For more information, visit www.TokensShow.com/about, and for updates on artist roster and theme for any given episode, visit www.TokensShow.com/shows.

 




Additional Information

Collins Alumni Auditorium

Lipscomb University

1 University Park Dr.

Nashville, TN 37204