THREE OAKS — Emmy award-winning superstar Dennis Quaid will share engaging stories about his film career and the highly personal songs that will populate his forthcoming album at The Acorn, 107 Generations Dr., Three Oaks, at 7 p.m. Nov. 7.
Audiences will experience the musicality and passion for playing live that have earned Quaid rave reviews, along with engaging stories about his film career and the highly personal songs that will populate his forthcoming inspirational album set for release in 2022 via Gaither/Primary Wave.
During Quaid's shows, he covers some of his favorite songs including tunes from Jerry Lee Lewis as a tip of the hat to "the Killer" who Quaid portrayed in “Great Balls of Fire!,” displaying equal ease on the piano and his acoustic guitar. Musically Quaid’s shows encompass country and rock driven by his distinct vocals and anchored by his gift for telling compelling stories in his songwriting.
Though he loves writing, recording and making movies, the stage holds a special place in Quaid's heart, and for the last four decades, he’s toured extensively earning the acclaimed actor a reputation as a respected touring artist.
Tickets are available at acornlive.org.
Dennis Quaid is an Emmy® Award and two-time Golden Globe® nominee, who's known for his roles in hit films “The Rookie,” “The Day After Tomorrow,” “Traffic,” “Vantage Point,” “Frequency,” “The Parent Trap,” “Soul Surfer,” “The Right Stuff,” “Breaking Away,” “Midway” and many more. More recently, his big-screen credits include starring roles in Sony’s thriller “The Intruder,” Universal’s “A Dog’s Journey” and “A Dog’s Purpose,” and Roadside Attractions’ “I Can Only Imagine,” among others.
On the television side, Quaid starred in and executive produced Netflix’s holiday-themed multi-camera comedy series “Merry Happy Whatever.” He also starred in the third season of Amazon’s “Goliath” opposite Billy Bob Thornton, which premiered in 2019. Quaid is currently in production portraying the 40th president of the United States in the biopic, “Reagan,” produced by Mark Joseph and directed by Sean McNamara. He will begin shooting “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story” in February, produced by Andrew and Jon Erwin of the Erwin Brothers, Lionsgate and Mark Ciardi (“The Rookie”). Other upcoming projects include “The Tiger Rising” opposite Katharine McPhee and Queen Latifah. Quaid is also developing “The Charley Pride Story,” which he will produce along with Ben Howard’s production company, Third Coast Content.
On the musical side, Quaid is currently in the recording studio working on a new Gospel album slated for release this summer.