|GROOVY NEW SHOWS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO OUR SCHEDULE!
DENNY LAINE, ERNEST TROOST, HAPPY TRAUM, DAVID LINDLEY, MORE!
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Here are two musicians whose prowess on their respective instruments is nothing short of mind-blowing. Hunter, formerly of the jazz-funk quartet T.J. Kirk, is the master of the 7-string guitar, a modified version of the 8-string guitar he played for years. This impressive axe allows him to play melodic chords and leads at the same time as his bass lines but this is no novelty act. His funky, soulful playing is sublime, and if you aren't watching his hands as he does it, you might not believe it possible. Accompanying him on the drums is Northern California's Amendola, who also played with T.J. Kirk. Since that band's breakup, he has played behind and alongside a dizzying array of jazz heavyweights, and one listen tells you why; his subtle touch and fluid variations in sound are simply amazing. As a duo, Hunter and Amendola are a delight to watch as well as to hear, as they are as relaxed and playful with their audiences as they are with each other. Don't miss this great duo if you can possibly help it.
Apparently, Erin McKeown doesn't like the Holiday Season much, but we like her a lot, and we're pretty sure you will, too. With nine full-length albums, two EPs, and numerous soundtracks to her credit, she has spent the last 15 years crafting a reputation as an original musical voice and a compelling live performer. Active and outspoken on social justice issues and culture, Erin was a 2011-12 fellow at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, and, more recently, she's added radio to her resume blogging and hosting for WNYC New York Public Radio. And then there's the song she wrote via text with her friend Rachel Maddow. Spend some time away from the malls and join McKeown and friends as they provide an antidote to the most wonderful time of the year. We promise you won't be sorry.
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