Cherie Buckner-Webb in Concert 

Tuesday, Jan. 6

From the Statehouse to the stage.

From the Statehouse to the stage.

Cherie Buckner-Webb has long been known as one of Idaho's few Democratic state senators, an inspiring public speaker and coach for working women. She's also an accomplished professional singer whose speech was affected by a stroke she suffered in November 2013.

The one-woman band hasn't let that stop her, and through therapy and perseverance she has resumed her career as a performer.

Catch her Tuesday, Jan. 6, debut in the Sapphire Room, where she'll sing with the spirit and feeling that have made her a star both on the floor of the Statehouse and the stage.

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