10.11.2012 [Patch.com] - Steve Martin is expected to perform bluegrass and banjo tunes from his Grammy-winning album "The Crow” as well as his second full-length bluegrass album "Rare Bird Alert" that was released in March 2011. Related Topics: State Theatre and Steve Martin
09.11.2012 [Times Herald-Record] - STUDENT PLAYS — SUNY Orange's Apprentice Players present Steve Martin's "WASP" and "4:48 Psychosis" by the late Sarah Kane at 8 p.m. at the Will Grace Orange Hall Theatre, intersection of Waywayanda and Grandview avenues, Middletown. $12, $8
03.11.2012 [Broadway World] - Actor, author, musician and “funny man” Steve Martin, returns to The State Theatre to perform with The Steep Canyon Rangers in an evening of Bluegrass and Banjo tonight, November 3 at 8PM. Steve Martin will perform bluegrass and banjo tunes from his
30.10.2012 [Word on the Shore] - Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers will make their inaugural stop at the Count Basie Theatre on November 1. The tour comes on the heels of a banner year that saw Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers winning 'Entertainer of the Year' at the
16.10.2012 [encore Online] - The classic 1986 film adaptation of “Little Shop of Horrors”—featuring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin—gets underway live just in time for Halloween. The Browncoat Pub and Theatre (111 Grace Street) will open their debut of this production Friday
16.04.2013 - appeared in more sequels (six) than the jewel (three) ever did. Not to mention the reboot and its own sequel starring Steve […] Martin in the Clouseau role. WHERE/WHEN: Tonight only at the Castro Theatre at 7:30 PM. Tickets are FREE with an RSVP
09.11.2012 [LehighValleyLive.com] - Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers perform in 2010 at Easton's State Theatre. Express-Times File Photo | TIM WYNKOOP. Steve Martin has a new date with Easton. The comedy legend's and the bluegrass-folk band The Steep Canyon Rangers'
01.11.2012 [LehighValleyLive.com] - Steve Martin performs in 2010 with The Steep Canyon Rangers at the State Theatre in Easton. Express-Times FIle Photo | TIM WYNKOOP. Local Steve Martin fans won't be seeing the comedian-musician in concert this weekend. Martin's Saturday night