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Friday, August 7, 2015
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12:00am [12:00am] RUSTY ZINN & HIS BAND (cont.)
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"Reggae"

Cd Release Party for "The Reggae Soul Of Rusty Zinn"

Rusty Zinn - guitar/ vocals
Russel Kreitman - keyboards
Kedar Roy - bass
Jeremy Gray - drums

Rusty’s mix of classic reggae, rock steady and ska is imbued throughout with the sound of his magnificent voice, his hook laden original compositions and his thorough understanding of the place of soul in Jamaican music. Of the twelve tunes on ‘The Reggae Soul of Rusty Zinn’, (RockBeat Records, to be released in February 2015) nine are written by Rusty, and show his command of the craft. Meaningful lyrics, memorable and melodic tunes set in timelessly crisp productions, all topped off by his warm and intimate voice.

$10
Doors open 7:30

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7:00pm [7:30pm] Happy Hour & A Half
Description:
Live Music with MARTINI LOUNGE

No cover charge
Beverage discount
Come hang out, chat and have fun!

Doors open 4:00

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11:00pm [11:00pm] HOWELLDEVINE
Description:
“Delta & Mississippi Hill Country Blues”

Joshua Howell - slide guitar/ harmonica
Pete Devine - drums
Joe Kyle, Jr. - bass

HowellDevine is the first contemporary blues band who have recorded for the legendary Arhoolie Records label in 25 years!

This is the kind of blues you don't hear anymore. The raw slide guitar played by Joshua Howell evokes the Mississippi Hill Country greats such as Fred McDowell and RL Burnside. The rhythm section of drummer and percussionist Pete Devine, along with the bass Joe Kyle Jr., breaks from the norm in blues, providing rich and complex textures integral to the music rather than a simple backing section for a soloist.
The result is a sound which stands in stark contrast to the typical blues heard in bars these days and would more likely be shaking the floors of a Southern juke joint some 70 years ago.  HowellDevine brings life back to that sound, infusing the rural blues with their own unique style.

$15
Doors open 7:30