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CONCERT: REVISION & MECHANICAL BULL
Colony Cafe
10/12/2007, 9:30PM
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Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at door

REVISION
Revision is comprised of three graduates from the Ithaca College of Music: Nick Bullock (guitar/vocals), Devon Reehl (drums/vocals) and Jon Petronzio (keyboard/bass keys/vocals). Their freshman album What It Is was released in 2004, debuting a sound reminiscent of early Steely Dan, Medeski, Martin & Wood and Phish. The band emerged from their thriving college town to take on the United States, playing over 150 shows this past year, from Maine to Atlanta to Saint Louis and Chicago. Revision has shared the stage with such acts as Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, George Clinton, Derek Trucks and Soulive.

Revision is currently recording their sophomore album. Check them out at www.revisionmusic.com

MECHANICAL BULL
Comedy and country go together like biscuits and gravy, old dogs and pickup trucks, drinking and cheating. Following a divorce, Chase Pierson began writing country songs that reflected his experiences living the so-called American dream. After years of wandering, Pierson settled down in Woodstock where he teamed up with guitarist/producer Adam Widoff and began recording some songs. His debut album Songs to Get Divorced To was released in early 2007. The band has recently grown to include an eclectic mix of local musicians including Chris Zaloom (steel/electric guitar), Adam Widoff (electric guitar), George Quinn (electric bass), Jason Bowman (drums/vocals) and Avalon Peacock (vocals).

Check out their new album, A Million Yesterdays dropping this fall on Woodstock Music Works (www.woodstockmusicworks.com) & visit www.mechanicalbullband.com for more info.

PRESENTED BY WACBIZ
WACBIZ was conceived in Spring 2003, emerging out of the music industry at a time when its future was unclear and frustrating for many. WACBIZ set its sights and goals for artists, writers and producers to work cooperatively as a team with a network of executives at the core offering their collective experience. Artists will communicate, as they always do, through writing, performing, recording and touring, but now have a way, through technology, that would make a difference to their futures. Visit www.wacbiz.com

 
CONCERT: THE FELICE BROTHERS & FRIENDS
Colony Cafe
10/13/2007, 9:30PM
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Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at door

THE FELICE BROTHERS are brothers of blood Ian, Simone, James, and blood brothers Christmas, Farley and The Searcher. Their debut album Through These Reins and Gone was released in 2006 to critical acclaim, making 100.1 WDST's top 25 albums of the year.

This year has seen the release of two new albums, Tonight at the Arizona and The Adventures of The Felice Brothers, Vol. 1.

Touring England and the United States, they charm like snake oil salesmen in a 19th-century medicine show and stomp the boards like spirit-filled preachers. They bring a little bit of that front porch feeling with them wherever they go.

For more information visit www.myspace.com/thefelicebrothers
See their new video Trouble Been Hard at the 2007 Woodstock Film Festival

"Scruffy and scratched Americana that recalls Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and early Springsteen."
-Time Out

"The Felice Brothers, wow. An old-time feel that is distinctly organic."
-John Barry, The Poughkeepsie Journal

PRESENTED BY WACBIZ
WACBIZ was conceived in Spring 2003, emerging out of the music industry at a time when its future was unclear and frustrating for many. WACBIZ set its sights and goals for artists, writers and producers to work cooperatively as a team with a network of executives at the core offering their collective experience. Artists will communicate, as they always do, through writing, performing, recording and touring, but now have a way, through technology, that would make a difference to their futures. Visit www.wacbiz.com

 

 


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