A wonderful night of music with the triple threat
First up is “Bosch & Bonnie”. (Mark Bosch & Bonnie Pipparo). Bosch is known as the lead guitarist with Ian Hunter (Mott the Hoople) & Garland Jefferys. A a bluesy duo!
Second is “Crash Combo” – . Super fun band who includes Chris Flynn
Lastly would be our friend Deni Bonet wither her full band for a 90 minute set! WOOHOO!!!
Catch Deni & Friends here on Friday Oct 15th @ 6pm
Visit : https://denibonet.com/home
It’s no secret that Deni Bonet can play a violin like nobody’s business. Or that she writes memorable songs that make you want to listen again and again. For years, Deni has been honing her craft as a violinist, singer, songwriter and performer. Her style ranges from pop to roots-rock to new folk. Although classically trained, Deni quit the classical world because she hated having to wear black and sit still! She has a stellar resume, having performed and recorded with Cyndi Lauper, R.E.M., Sarah McLachlan, Larry Kirwan (Black 47), Mundy, Indigo Girls, Warren Zevon, and many others. Her previous appearances include Carnegie Hall, NPR’s Mountain Stage, The Great Wall of China, the United Nations, and the White House for President Obama. For the past several years, Deni has been touring in the US and Europe headlining festivals, performing arts centers, clubs, colleges, and concert halls soloing with symphonies. Her music has been featured on HBO, NBC, American Airlines, and several films. She was recently honored to be awarded a grant through the Arts Envoy Program of the US Government to spend a month on a residency in Africa teaching violin, songwriting, and rock ’n roll at a music college in Zanzibar. Deni Bonet has released several CDs of her own original music, including last year’s critically-acclaimed “Bright Shiny Objects” on Zip Records/Sony-RED.
“Engaging, multi-talented violinist Deni Bonet. Unlike most violinists, she is not nailed to the floor. And she doesn’t shy away from going head-to-head with the guitar player, having fun and breaking an erstwhile-stodgy image of the grand old instrument.” ~ Forbes Magazine