Sep 26, 2022
A Roman Street - Marlow Boys Christmas
A ROMAN STREET – MARLOW BOYS CHRISTMAS
TO PERFORM AT THE MOBILE SAENGER THEATRE
ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16 AT 7:30PM
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!
Ticket Prices: $29.50 and up
(Additional fees may apply.)
Tickets can be purchased online at https://bit.ly/rommar22. Purchase in person at the Saenger Theatre Box Office (6 South Joachim Street; open Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; 251-208-5600) or the Mobile Civic Center Box Office (401 Civic Center Drive; open Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; 251-208-7906). For information regarding accessible seating tickets, call 251-208-7381. The historic Saenger Theatre building is not elevator equipped. (Additional fees, service charges and/or taxes may be added to ticket prices. All dates, acts and ticket prices subject to change without notice.)
About The Artists
It’s time for the annual Roman Street Christmas concert live at the Mobile Saenger Theatre! This year, Roman Street will once again share the stage with Marlow Boys.
Come hear Christmas Classics done in a new and exciting way on Friday, December 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Brothers Noah and Josh Thompson put their guitars together to form Roman Street. This brotherly jam session has developed into a Billboard/iTunes charting band who many have dubbed 'the next generation' of Jazz Fusion. Roman Street is an internationally trained instrumental band specializing in improvisational fusion of Classical, Gypsy and Contemporary Jazz, Latin, and Nuevo Flamenco.
Cousins Joe and Karl Langley (of the Kyle & Karl Band) grew up around Marlow, a small community on the Fish River in Baldwin County, Alabama. They have performed together since their teenage years, singing and playing a wide variety of music and venues. In 2014, they began creating music with Stan Foster (Rollin' in the Hay, Deluxe Trio) and Phil Proctor (Dog River Boys, Deluxe Trio) at Mars Hill church in Fairhope, Alabama. The following year, the four of them started performing outside of the church and collaborating on original music. That music is both personal and universal, acoustic and electric, serious and, well, you get the picture. Someone summed it up when they said "The Marlow Boys: Good people, good music." We'd like to think so.