Tonight! A Special Sunday show to highlight touring friends Hearth & Bisonheart. Saint Paul native Sean Keith (formerly of Viceburgh) started Hearth in the depths of Wisconsin where he recently attended Beloit College with drummer Jack Katze.
A whirlind tour of the Midwest brings them to the Turf Club tonight..
Sunday, February 28th, 2010
More Cowbell presents…Bisonheart, Hearth, Bedroom Magic, Military Special
Doors 9:00pm | $5
Tour Dates below..
Friday Feb. 26 Beloit, WI at the Bushel and Pecks w/ Brianna Price & Death Falcon
Saturday Feb. 27 Madison, WI at The House that Willi Built
Sunday Feb. 28 Saint Paul, MN at Turf Club w/Bedroom Magic & Military Special
Monday Mar. 1 Minneapolis, MN at The Caverns w/Bedroom Magic, The Butcher’s Bag, The Battle Royale, and Bouncer Fighter
Tuesday Mar. 2 Ames, IA at the Ames Progressive w/Julie Hallman & Pink Kodiak
Wednesday Mar. 3 Des Moines, IA at Erik’s House
Thursday Mar. 4 Iowa City, IA at TBA
Friday Mar. 5 Chicago, IL at TBA
Saturday Mar.6 Chicago, IL at The Slam Castle w/T’Bone
Sunday Mar. 7 Beloit, WI at Art House
“…a man who [has] built his badass reputation by conquering hairy bass lines and heady post-bop melodies simultaneously on custom eight-string instruments… Hunter is still a musical beast.” – Guitar Player
With a career spanning 16 years and almost 20 albums, Charlie Hunter consistently ups his game as an innovative writer and bandleader. He has worked with the likes of Norah Jones, Mos Def, John Mayer, D’Angelo and countless others. He is widely considered the authority on the seven and eight-string guitar, and continues to stun audiences with his ability to simultaneously bust out tasty bass parts, melodic leads and swinging rhythms. Hunter’s signature style of writing and performing has secured his place as one of today’s great guitarists.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
JUSTIN TOWNES EARLE at Turf Club / 8:00 pm / 21+=
with JOE PUG
$12.00 adv | $14.00 door
Minneapolis music fans know that The Replacements’ influence is far reaching. But far enough to reach a folk country singer from Memphis, TN? Yes indeed, and that man is Justin Townes Earle. Though labeling Earle as anything might be a stretch. Along with a great cover of “Can’t Hardly Wait”, Earle also finds inspiration in Hank Williams Sr. Led Belly and Townes Van Zandt, one of his name sakes. The last name comes from his father, the legendary Steve Earle. “You better come correct with those two names”, admits Earle. And come correct he shall, this Thursday, February 25, at the Turf Club in St. Paul.