CapLive: John Moreland with Christopher Paul Stelling - POSTPONED

Showtimes: 11/05/2022 7:30pm

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Due to an unforeseen conflict, John Moreland’s November 5, 2022 performance at the Capitol Theatre is postponed. A new date will be announced. Thank you.


John Moreland doesn’t have the answers, and he’s not sure anyone does. But he’ s still curious, basking in the comfort of a question, and along the way, those of us listening feel moved to ask our own. “I don’t ever want to sound like I have answers, because I don’t,” he says. “These songs are all questions. Everything I write is just trying to figure stuff out.”


The New Yorker, Pitchfork, Fresh Air, Paste, GQ and others have embraced Moreland’s meditative songs, while performances on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, CBS This Morning, NPR Tiny Desk Concert and more have introduced Moreland to millions. And yet, while the Tulsa-based Moreland is grateful for the respect and musical conversation he’s now having with people around the world, he is also more focused on the idea of just talking to one person or even himself. “Through the years, I’ve felt like I’m increasingly talking to myself in my songs, more and more,” he says. “Maybe in the past, I wasn’t aware of it, but now, I am. I think doing that has helped me be less hard on myself, which makes you more generous and compassionate in general.”


Opening the show is Christopher Paul Stelling

“Like a campfire, he is mesmerizing, slightly dangerous and always a good time.” – NBC New York


Christopher Paul Stelling is an Asheville, North Carolina-based singer/songwriter. He's produced five critically-acclaimed studio albums since 2012. He has extensively toured the United States and Europe including performances at the Newport Folk Festival. He has also been featured on the NPR Music series Tiny Desk Concert and All Songs Considered.

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