Paul Thorn heads to Clearwater in promotion of his latest LP, 'Never Too Late To Call'

Rock, country and Americana find a home at Clearwater's Bilheimer Capitol Theatre.

Paul Thorn heads to Clearwater in promotion of his latest LP, 'Never Too Late To Call'
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COVID-19 is not the worst thing that Paul Thorn has faced in the last few years.

In 2018, the “I Don’t Like Half The Folks I Love” songsmith’s sister Deborah, died of cancer. As one of his biggest supporters, it’s only natural that Thorn’s latest album, "Never Too Late To Call," was dedicated to her. Its title track, which would serve as a gorgeous tribute on its own, released in November 2020.
Though the new record is certainly something to celebrate, this stop at the Cap—located in the heart of historic downtown Clearwater—is one of three Florida dates on the itinerary for Thorn, who’s pretty much an adopted son of Tampa Bay.

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