Marco Benevento has announced additional winter tour dates for Colorado and the West Coast. The shows are part of an extended headline tour behind his acclaimed new album TigerFace. The pianist heads to Colorado in January for a five-show run that stops in Avon, Breckenridge, Carbondale, Denver and Frisco. A week later he starts up again in Los Angeles for a stretch of dates that also hits Felton, San Francisco, Arcata, Cottage Grove, Portland and Seattle.
Marco Benevento, popular New York jazz and experimental pianist and composer will perform with his trio at Red Square in Albany, New York on Saturday, December 1, 2012, with support from The Way Down. Tickets can be purchased for $14-$16 and are available by visiting redsquarealbany.comRed Square is located at 388 Broadway Albany, NY 12207. Phone is (518)-465-0444.
Marco Benevento has etched out a path across the east coast and midwest this autumn in support of his new LP, TigerFace, due September 11 from The Royal Potato Family. Rolling Stone and WNYC both jumped on the bandwagon early last week to premiere two songs from the upcoming record that feature Rubblebucket's Kalmia Traver on vocals.With a triumphant return to the limelight, Benevento shows a different side of himself on TigerFace.
Marco Benevento will perform at this weekend's Winterfest On The Mountain up in Nederland, Colorado. Other artists scheduled to appear include: Wicked Messanger featuring Adam Aijala & Ben Kaufman of Yonder Mountain String Band, Billy Nershi, Springdale Quartet, Cornmeal, Charlie Hunter, Elephant Reviv
The Wuhnurth Committee is proud to announce Stable Studios in Spencer, Ind., as the new home of the Wuhnurth Music Festival. Stable Studios, located in the foothills of South Central Indiana, is a beautiful environment with so much to offer. This year’s festival will be held on Friday, September 17 through Sunday, September 19.
The current line-up includes the following bands:
The 3rd Annual Bear Creek Music and Art Festival returns to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida Nov. 13-15 for three days of music, art, camping and community as fans from all over the nation gather along the banks of the famous Suwannee River for the fall’s final musical celebration.
The peak autumn weekend is packed full of high-energy, upbeat and danceable music highlighted by the festival’s trademark sounds of over fifty performing bands with a dozen groups offering two entire shows.