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The Language of Grace

Our merry and most outstanding band of musicians, tale-spinners, scholars, and song-singers makes its way to the Historic Paramount Theater in ABILENE, TEXAS June 4, 7:30 p.m., with very special guest Chris Wiman of Yale Divinity School, along with Buddy Greene, Odessa Settles, Brother Preacher, Abilene’s Revolution Strings, the Most Outstanding Horeb Mountain Boys, and host Lee C. Camp. This brand new episode entitled “The Language of Grace” is sponsored by the 2015 Thomas H. Olbricht Christian Scholars’ Conference. Tickets for the ABILENE, TEXAS SHOW are available HERE.

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Don’t miss a single episode of Tokens Show in 2015.
Four show tickets
(PLUS a patron-party in September makes FIVE shows)
starts for as little as $97.50.

2015 Upcoming Shows in Nashville:

July 1*

Collins Alumni Auditorium
Lipscomb University ~ Nashville, TN

September 15*

Private Patron and Season Ticket Subscriber Show
Venue TBA ~ Nashville, TN

October 4

Tokens Show partners with The Nashville Choir’s “The House That Music Built,”
a benefit for Nashville Habitat for Humanity,
at the Schermerhorn Symphony Hall.

November 22

Our sixth Annual Thanksgiving Show at the Mother Church
Ryman Auditorium ~ Nashville, TN

*–Indicates date or venue tentative.

Don’t miss a single Nashville episode in 2015 of the show that The Nashville Scene describes as a “grass-kicking shredfest” that is a “huge success,” with “genre-bending creativity,” and The Tennessean calls “one of a kind,” and a “virtuouso ensemble.” 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,” “provocative,” and a “marvel.” 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.” And fans describe Tokens as “UH-MAZING,” “awesome,” “unforgettable,” and “wow!