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ISU’s Season of Note will present Foghat in Concert Oct. 15, Melissa Manchester Oct. 22 at Stephens Performing Arts Center

September 22, 2015
ISU Marketing and Communications

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s A Season of Note series will present rock ‘n’ roll band Foghat on Oct. 15 and singer Melissa Manchester Oct. 22 at Stephens Performing Arts Center, Jensen Grand Concert Hall.

Both concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Foghat has been together for 43 years singing rock ‘n’ roll, boogie and blues, with Roger Earl playing drums throughout. The band still tours relentlessly because they love to play, which is evident in the passion and fun they have onstage during their live performances.

Members of Foghat performing
Signed to Bearsville Records in 1971, Foghat recorded and began touring relentlessly for the next 14 years. Their hard work has been rewarded with seven gold records, one platinum record “Fool for the City” and one double-platinum record “Foghat Live.” They continued to hit the charts in the ’70s with singles such as “Fool for the City,” “Drivin’ Wheel,” “I Just Want to Make Love To You,” “Stone Blue, Third Time Lucky” and “Somebody’s Been Sleeping In My Bed.” For more information on Foghat visit

Tickets for Foghat are $38 for main level seating and $32 upper level seating.

A Grammy award-winning, singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester will perform her hits and many other classics including “Midnight Blue,” “Whenever I Call You Friend,” “Don’t Cry Out Loud” and “You Should Hear How She Talks About You.”

Melissa Manchester
Melissa Manchester
Manchester’s songs have been recorded by Roberta Flack, Dusty Springfield, Alison Krauss, Stevie Nicks, Kenny Loggins and Barbra Streisand. She has written songs for major movies made for the Walt Disney Studios, independent pictures and Tyler Perry. She has appeared in films and television – Manchester played the mother of Mayim Bialik’s title character on NBC’s “Blossom.”

Manchester’s self-made “You Gotta Love the Life” album was released Feb. 10. Her first album since 2004, which celebrates 40 years of making music. For more information on Manchester visit

Tickets for Melissa Manchester are $28 for main level seating and $24 upper level seating.

Tickets can be purchased over the phone at (208)-282-3595 or online at The Stephens Center Box Office is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. They can also be purchased at Vickers Western Stores in Pocatello or Idaho Falls or at the Pond Student Union Information Desk.


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