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Music / Singing - Performance
|Date & Time:||
Sunday, November 18, 2018
7:30 PM-10:30 PM
|Suggested Audiences:||College, Adult|
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Bull Run Restaurant
215 Great Rd
Shirley, MA 01464
|Cost:||$10 advance; $14 day of show.|
|Description:||The L&M Rhythm Kings offer their own spin on blues, R&B, and roots music while at the same time honoring those traditional forms. Their live set contains spirited original compositions, delivered in a mix with their own take on blues and R&B standards. The players share the tight, instinctive and spontaneous interplay that only comes with decades of playing together. Their live set shifts effortlessly between hard core blues, R&B, rock, and back again with a single band voice. They're a classic example of the whole being greater than the sum of the parts, yet as seasoned veterans each player is accomplished in his own right.
In the last few years L&M Rhythm Kings have opened for Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters, Roomful Of Blues, NRBQ, and others. Now stepping out on their own, the band has written and recorded a new CD of 11 original songs of blues, R&B, and roots music, called "The Lower Level". The new recording is a collection of powerful songs abetted by guest artists Ronnie Earl, Chris Vachon (Roomful Of Blues), and percussionist John Loud.
This CD release celebration launches the L&M Rhythm Kings on a new stage in their musical career. The band has invited album guests and others to join them for an evening of rhythms & grooves in this one time celebration. Join up!
The Bull Run is a full-service, farm-to-table restaurant in a pre-revolutionary tavern, located about 35 miles NW of Boston, with plenty of free parking and rustic, old-world charm.
Entered by: Bull Run Restaurant
Created: October 31, 2018 at 2:54 PM
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