Elvis Costello & The Imposters



The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts (2 Southbridge St, Worcester, MA 01608, Worcester MA)

March 4th 2023, 8:00 pm Member on sale Thursday, November 17 at 10am Public on sale Friday, November 18 at 10am Born in London and raised there and in Liverpool, D.P. MacManus later came to be known as "Elvis Costello". He has been performing in public for over fifty years, solo, with the pianist, Steve Nieve and with the bands Rusty, the Attractions, His Confederates including two former members of Elvis Presley's TCB Band The Rude Five, an acoustic ensemble, The Sugarcanes and his current ensemble, The Imposters. Elvis Costello is the composer and lyricist of over six hundred published titles, including fifteen songs co-written with Paul McCartney and renowned collaborations with Allen Toussaint, the Brodsky Quartet and T Bone Burnett. Costello has composed songs for Roy Orbis on, Georgie Fame, Chet Baker, Dusty Springfield, Solomon Burke and Johnny Cash and written songs with Loretta Lynn, Bill Frisell, Aimee Mann, Chris Difford, Rosanne Cash and Kris Kristofferson, Carole King and his wife, Diana Krall. His compositions have been recorded by George Jones, Linda Ronstadt, June Tabor, Christy Moore, Norma Waterson and Bjork. Costello is a two-time Grammy Award winner firstly with Burt Bacharach for the song, "I Still Have That Other Girl" as Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals in 1998 and then in 2019 for his 30th album release, "Look Now", in the Best Traditional Pop category. Costello has received, a BA FTA award in collaboration with the composer Richard Harvey on the music for Alan Bleasdale's eleven hour drama serial, "GBH", two Ivor Novello Awards for his songwriting catalogue and two Dutch Edison Awards, firstly with the Brodsky Quartet for "The Juliet Letters" and then with Anne Sofie von Otter for their collaboration, "For The Stars" and, perhaps most surprisingly, a 1989 VMA Award for "Veronica" as "Best Male Video". He is a member of both The Songwriter's Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Tickets are $49.50, $69.50, $89.50, $99.50 and $129.50 depending on seat location. Discount available for Subscribers during the presale. Contact the box office at 877.571.SHOW (7469) for more information. Buy Tickets Groups of 10 or more: Book your group early and save money! Group Reservations Presenting Sponsor