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When:
March 14, 2020 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
2020-03-14T20:00:00-04:00
2020-03-14T22:00:00-04:00
Where:
The New Hope Winery
6123 Lower York Rd
New Hope, PA 18938
USA
Cost:
$20
Contact:
The New Hope Winery
2157942331

Doors: 7 PM Show: 8 PM

 
 
 

“Lightman’s dusky vocals and earthy, groovy vibe invite comparisons to Joan Osborne and Sheryl Crow.” -USA TODAY

In a crowded social-media driven marketplace, Toby Lightman’s pure and soulful voice connects with listeners emotionally and cuts through the noise. People Magazine agrees, stating that “Toby Lightman continues to shine a light on her knack for making rich, soulful pop”. In the 15 years since signing with a major label, Toby has developed and mastered her own sophisticated and unique urban pop sound.

Classically trained on the violin and self-taught on the guitar, Lightman was unaware of her vocal talent until high school. Her first solo appearance was singing Simon & Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” at her high school graduation to 2,000 friends and family who were unaware that she harbored such talent. The overwhelming reaction from the crowd was what propelled her to buy a guitar and begin her journey as a recording artist. Lightman moved to New York City after graduating from University of Wisconsin, and signed a record deal with Jason Flom (Matchbox 20, Lorde, Jesse J) President of Lava Records with only 3 songs written.

Thrust into the spotlight, her debut album Little Things appeared on the Billboard Top 100 in its first week and gave way to comparisons to sultry songstress’ like Lauryn Hill, Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones. Darling to the normally harsh critics, Lightman received high praise from magazines like Rolling Stone, People, Billboard and others, which led to appearances on Letterman, Carson Daly, Conan, CBS Morning Show and more. Her second record, Bird on a Wire(2006), helped lead Lightman to enormous success in the film and TV industry with the single “My Sweet Song” being featured in the movie PS I Love You, starring Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler. She began and has continued to tour extensively, both solo and sharing the bill with renowned artists such as Rob Thomas, Jewel, James Blunt, Gavin DeGraw, Train, Marc Cohn, and one special evening opening for the legendary Prince, an artist that Toby grew up idolizing. Prince happened to be watching the night Toby appeared on Conan and was so impressed with her performance he invited her to open for him.

Toby Lightman’s story is still being told, and she will be touring in support of new, deeply personal music in the months and years to come.

FAQs

Can I pick my own seat?

You can pick by seat, the best available seat, or by the best available seat in the section you choose, i.e. left, center, or right of stage. Once seats are purchased, we cannot change them so please choose carefully and check your shopping cart before making the purchase.

Do we have a table or assigned seats to this show?

All of our seating is Cabaret Style seating, all tables are 4 person tables. We will not push the tables together for the show.

Can I bring in my own food and drink?

No, we do not allow outside food or drink. Snacks and drinks are available for purchase in the venue. Security guards at the door will ask to check purses and pockets before you enter the venue, this is also a safety precaution for all of our guests.

Do you serve dinner during the show?

No, we do not have table service or dinner service during the show. We have a small bar in the left hand corner of the venue where you may purchase wine, beer, cocktails, and snacks. If you would like to have dinner before the show please call our restaurant, The Pour House at the New Hope Winery, at 215-794-2331. We recommend reservations for dinner no later than 6:30 for our Tuesday-Saturday shows, and 4:30 for our earlier Sunday shows.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Our minimum age requirement for shows is 8 or older.

What’s the refund policy?

We do not offer refunds for shows, unless the show is cancelled or rescheduled.