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Saturday, October 19, 2013
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12:00am [12:00am] DIRTY CELLO (cont.)
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“Soulful Blues, Gypsy jazz and Wild European Dance Music”

Cello like you’ve never heard before...

Winner of the American River Music Festival Songwriter Showcase!

Rebecca Roudman - cello
Jason Eckl - guitar
Tommy Folen - bass
Anthony Petrocchi - drums

Dirty Cello presents a clap along, danceable mix of music that puts a spin on common genres.  As classically trained musicians who also love to rock out, the Dirty Cello Band puts on a unique performance that shows a whole new side to the cello.
Think B.B. King meets Yo-Yo Ma!

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Doors open 7:30

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11:00pm [11:00pm] STEVE LUCKY & THE RHUMBA BUMS
Description:
"Jump Blues & Swing"

featuring MISS CARMEN GETIT

Steve Lucky - piano/ vocals
Carmen Getit - guitar/ vocals
Lukas Vesely - bass/ vocals
Doug Rowan - saxophone
Danny Brown - saxophone
Cairo McCockran - drums

Drawing from the likes of such legends as Big Joe Turner, Louis Jordan, Dinah Washington, T-Bone Walker and Ruth Brown, Steve Lucky & the Rhumba Bums have a true respect for the original roots of Jazz and Blues. Whether the band is rockin’ the blues, jumpin’ or swingin’ them, listen and see why Steve Lucky & the Rhumba Bums make In Style Magazine’s short list of “coolest bands” around.

A highly entertaining band from San Francisco, featuring Steve Lucky’s soulful piano and vocals, and the vivacious Miss Carmen Getit’s vocals and acclaimed guitar. The addition of some veteran musicians and young jazz talents on drums, upright bass and two saxophones results in a powerful sound that appeals to fans both young and old. These musicians have worked with everyone from jazz greats like the late Joe Williams and Dizzy Gillespie, to pop stars like Aretha Franklin and the Temptations to blues legend & Grammy-award winner Johnny Clyde Copeland.

$15
Doors open 7:30