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Ben Rector & Cody Fry: Live With The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Thursday June 20, 2024 08:00 PM EDT
Cost: $108-$129+
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After two sold out performances at The Kennedy Center with the National Symphony Orchestra, Ben and Cody decided that it was too much fun to not do more of these shows. Ben’s brilliant songwriting and deep touring history combined with Cody’s magical orchestral touch and viral success make for an unforgettable evening. Ben and Cody have been friends since 2013 and over the years have formed a special musical bond that radiates joy from every stage onto which they walk. 

Fifteen years into a career that began humbly, writing songs in college and touring the southeast in his Honda Accord, Ben Rector found himself in a place where many artists did at the start of a global pandemic: reassessing his reasoning for a career in music in the first place. The internal prodding organically led to a seat back at the piano in his home studio, where Rector processed his findings with the ornate-but-relatable lyricism fans have come to know and love. Over the course of 12 tracks, the Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter reaffirms his penchant for evocative, piano-pop anthems that touch on family, fame, and friendship. Musically, it’s also full of collaborative surprises, showcasing a breathtaking evolution in sound and spirit – leading to what Rector considers his best work to date. 

After the life changing viral TikTok success of his song “I Hear a Symphony,” Cody Fry has embarked on a new creative journey with Symphony Sessions, a sweeping orchestral collection of new songs, new arrangements of old songs, and live videos featuring his signature widescreen approach to pop music. His bombastic cover of “Eleanor Rigby” was recently nominated for a GRAMMY in the category of “Best Arrangement, Instruments & Vocals.”

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