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Returning to Jamestown on Monday, December 21, 2015, at the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts, Jim Brickman brings together the sounds of the season. Live for one night only, Brickman’s holiday tour, Comfort & Joy, features Anne Cochran, Tracy Silverman and the Jamestown High School Choir. “I am excited to announce that the Madrigals will be joining me in concert on December 21st,” Brickman says. “Nothing says Christmas more than the voices of a choir! They’ll be performing during a number of pieces including one of my personal favorite “Sending You A Little Christmas.” Tickets are available for the 7:30pm concert by calling 716.484.7070, reglenna.com or at the box office located at 116 East Third St. Jamestown, NY 14701. For event details, theater location and more details, visit jimbrickman.com. Celebrating the Christmas spirit from coast to coast, Brickman will showcase new music, along with holiday favorites and the hits that makes him the most charted Billboard® Adult Contemporary artist, earning him two Grammy® nods and four certified gold albums. At this stage in his career, Brickman remains one of the most popular figures in pop instrumental music. “His annual holiday tours have become so successful that he’s becoming synonymous with the season.” said the Richmond Times Dispatch. “I love to perform live more than anything and I think the tone of my shows is such a familial and inviting type of experience that it’s really become a tradition for a lot of people, which I’m thankful for,” says Brickman. Brickman’s newest CD, Comfort & Joy, celebrates the wonder of the holidays with a collection of brand new originals and traditional favorites. From the Rock Hall to Broadway, Brickman brings together the best in music with featured performers including the legendary Johnny Mathis, John Oates, Tracy Silverman, Charlie Alan and the star of Broadway’s hottest shows, Leslie Odom Jr.