Don't Miss: Upcoming Shows by Other Bands and Artists
This topic was inspired by the fact that I didn't have anyplace to post about the upcoming Branford at Stanford show except Best Shows by Other Bands, which is about PAST shows....
Just went to see todd rundgren, small old movie theatre, reminded me of the mid 70's shows in sf. 4 days in april at the waldorf and such, saw dozens of those. He was abosutly at the top of his game. Kasim was there on keyboards and vocals, Prarie Prince on drums, Jesse Gras on guitar, and a young lady, Racheal on bass and vocals, who by the way was just magical. An absolutly wonderful effort by a great songwriter, musician, producer and one of the great minds in music of this time.
The show was awe inspiring, invigorating, and very warm. All in one. Don't miss this one.He is in the moment of our times and is making powerful music that reflects it.
but this would be the place to post such news! not on every fureakin forum page, MIKE!
This is the post I was referring to. Seems a little redundant to post on so many forums.
Great show , wonderful cause. This sounds like a magical evening. The legend of our time on Mandolin. An historic moment indeed!
What's up guys, I just wanted to give everyone a heads up about the inaugural Chicago Bluegrass & Blues festival, this 11/22 at the historic Congress Theater, all benefiting the Saving Tiny Hearts Societies fight against the country's most common birth defect.
The first 10 folks that hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org will get a pair of tickets mailed to them. We're excited for you to help us spread the word about this righteous endeavor
This sounds like a magical event. I looked on global drumming website, just listed 2007 dates. noticed they came last year to Zellarbach, the most beautiful site, and some friends went to Overture in madison, also a wonderful venue. Do you know where they will be drumming?
This sounds like an evening to soothe the vibes.
should be an awesome show!
The tour brings Mickey Hart, Zakir Hussain, Sikiru Adepoju, and Giovanni Hidalgo together again in a reunion sparked by the 15th anniversary of the ground-breaking album Planet Drum. Released in 1991 on the Rykodisc label it went on to earn the first-ever Grammy Award in the World Music category. The tour is the groups first in almost a decade. It also marks the resumption of an artistic relationship between Mickey Hart and Zakir Hussain that goes back to the late 1960s.
"This is a deep drumming groove. We're taking the archaic rhythm worlds into outer space. The Global Drum Project explores rhythm and noise; it's a sound yoga of processed acoustic percussion headed straight for the trance zone that becomes a dance of ancient and modern worlds. Deep drumming is a skeleton key into these realms." -Mickey Hart
Advance Tickets: $40 Gold Circle, $30 Reserved
Day of Show Ticket Price: $43 Gold Circle,
one week one and a half hours until showtime for the Branford Marsalis Brasillianos show. This will be a show to remember. Have fun to all that go, love to hear how the evening was!
Sound's wonderful. What a magical idea. Hats off to those involved. Are you going marye? Would love to read a review.
I really miss home. I love northern california.