With special guests Def Leppard drummer Rick Allen & Tammi Brown
Sat. Oct. 10 Dinner starts at 6:30 and Showtime 8:30pm
$45 for dinner and show Seated <21 w/parent
Lauren Monroe --Guitar, Djembe; Rick Allen --Drums, Steve Uccello —Bass, Dylan Rose —Guitar, Tammi Brown , Vocals play Americana and Rootsy R&B
Lauren Monroe: Authentic. Poetic. Conscious. Real. Raw. She wrote her first song at six. She discovered the written word as a teenager; creating her truly unique style of expressing mystical experiences through symbolic imagery and music. Inspired by bluegrass, rock and rootsy R&B, Lauren soon wrote her first Americana-flavored compositions, and thus began the journey to performing as a vocalist, songwriter, and recording artist. Born in Queens, New York, Lauren both found and developed her authentic expression through poetry and music. She began performing acoustic in San Francisco, later moving to Boulder, Colorado and formed her band, Coy Kindred. The band toured the Western U.S.; playing its rugged blend of rock, blues and funk at festivals, theaters saloons and bars. Moved and inspired by artists such as Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt and Janis Joplin, surely some of the greatest women rockers ever, Lauren Monroe developed a style that producers, musicians and rock historians have compared to those legendary women of rock and blues--a sound and vocal quality that is a nod to raw, sawdust-on-the-floor honesty that, combined with the emotional and spiritual power of her performance, draws audiences in, invigorates and speaks to us on so many levels. Her releases “Give” and “The Freedom Sessions” album cross over into the genres of Americana, Roots and Rock and feature Def Leppard drummer and producer Rick Allen and John “J.T.” Thomas, keyboardist with Bruce Hornsby. Lauren is an advocate for Animal Rights and Social Justice, themes prevalent in her music, which has been featured in award winning independent films such as Wild Horses and Renegades, Spirit Riders and Horse Medicine.
Rick Allen became the drummer for Def Leppard at age 15. At the height of worldwide fame in 1984, he had a car accident that changed his life. Rick lost an arm, but turned personal tragedy into spiritual transformation and continued his musical career. While he was already a hero to millions of young people, he soon added millions of new admirers. Since then Rick has been reaching out and giving support to others all over the globe by sharing his personal experiences and his love of drumming. Over the past 13 years Rick has reached out to teenage cancer patients, children with special needs, at risk youth in crisis, families of domestic violence and veterans who have served in Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan. He was awarded the Humanitarian Award by Maria Shriver's Best Buddies of CA in 2002 and in 2012, was also awarded the prestigious Wounded Warrior Project's Carry It Forward Award. Rick continues his work helping wounded warriors through Project Resiliency's Warrior Resiliency Program sponsored by his charity the Raven Drum Foundation founded by himself and his wife Lauren Monroe whose mission is support people in crisis through the alternative healing modalities and power of the drum.
Tammi Brown is the fresh and new voice of the award-winning Lost American JazzBook, recently nominated for Best Jazz with Vocals album in the 18th IMA (Independent Music Awards).
Dylan Rose is a brilliant guitarist who has played on American Idol with James Durbin, with his international touring band Archer Rose, and with Not So Young. Archer Rose has toured with Y&T.
Steve Uccello is an upright/electric bassist, multi-instrumentalist, composer
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Artist sites and sounds: https://laurenmonroe.com and https://rickallen.com
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