NEW HAMPSHIRE TICKET UPDATE
JUDY COLLINS – SOLD OUT
JON BUTCHER – SOLD OUT
BEATLEJUICE – Selling Fast!
THE FIXX – Only 20 tickets remain for second show!
SMOKIN’ JOE KUBEK – SOLD OUT
THE ALTERNATE ROUTES – Only 6 tickets remain!
RENAISSANCE – Only 2 tickets remain!
CARL PALMER – Only 34 tickets remain!
HOWIE DAY – Selling Fast!
OUR NEXT NEW HAMPSHIRE SHOWS
March 22 JUDY COLLINS
This show is SOLD OUT
March 23 JON BUTCHER
This show is SOLD OUT
March 24 STICK MEN Featuring Tony Levin, Pat Mastelotto and Markus Reuter
The genesis of the band came from Pat Mastelotto and Tony Levin playing together for years in the influential progressive rock band, King Crimson. In 2007 Tony did a solo album titled Stick Man, featuring Pat on drums – and the desire to play that material live spurred a search for a second Stick player. The job was filled admirably by Stickist Michael Bernier, and from 2008 the group wrote and toured extensively, releasing two CD’s along the way.
In 2010, Michael decided the touring schedule took him away from home more than his family life could handle, so the search began for a replacement. And a short search it was: obvious from the start that Markus Reuter was the right player – he was already in a duo with Pat, called Tuner, and is very knowledgeable about the King Crimson repertoire (much of which Stick Men chooses from in their live shows.)
Markus plays his self-designed touch guitar. (The technique it’s played with is similar to the Chapman Stick.) With multiple strings on both instruments, and many samples from Pat’s electronic kit, the trio is able to cover a broad sonic range. And their music also has breadth – from their powerful progressive compositions, to a rock version of Stravinsky’s Firebird Suite.
NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW BOOKINGS
May 3 TUPELO NIGHT OF COMEDY
Featuring PJ Thibodeau and Tom Hayes, this is going to be a comedy night to remember. The Tupelo comedy nights are an inexpensive night out and always full of laughs.
October 18 MELANIE
Melanie Safka first attracted national attention when she stepped onto the stage at Woodstock—yes, the real Woodstock. The summer of ’69. Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, The Who and so many others—including a young, gifted singer-songwriter, simply known as Melanie. As dawn broke, and rain began to fall, she performed on a stage that transformed a generation and changed music forever. And it was here where Melanie launched a legendary career that now spans more than 40 years. LISTEN