Nashville Tribute to Les Paul

Charlie Daniels, John Rich and Steve Wariner will be among the many stars honoring musician and guitar innovator Les Paul at the Les Paul Tribute Concert, Thursday, Nov. 19, at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.

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Gibson Guitar, along with the Gibson Foundation, has announced the availability of free tickets to this special tribute. Seating is limited and interested fans must visit the website, gibson.com/lespaul tribute, for a special link and password in order to obtain tickets. Tickets are limited to 4 per persons per household. Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to verify that they will be in Nashville on Nov. 19 before reserving tickets. Rock legend Steve Miller will be among the performers for the show, which also features Joan Jett, former KISS member Ace Frehley, Emerson Drive, J.D Souther and several others. Les Paul, who died this past year, is responsible for many technological advances in music, including multi-track recordings and special guitar effects. His Gibson model guitar remains one of the most widely used instruments in modern music.

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