An evening of swing music
Danny Knicely - mandolin
Tom Mitchell - guitar, vocals
John Previti - upright bass
Aimee Curl - guitar, vocals
Danny Knicely draws from a wide range of influences such as the Appalachian Folk Music of his youth, Swing, Jazz, Funk and various types of World Music he’s encountered. He has shared his music and collaborated with musicians in over a dozen countries spanning four continents including US State Department tours in Russia, Tunisia, Morocco and Cabo Verde. He has been recognized as a Master Artist by his home state of Virginia and has twice been a mentor in Strathmore Music Center's prestigious Young Artists in Residence Program.
Tom Mitchell is rooted in the 1920s and 30s jazz, western swing, country blues and old-time music. He toured for ten years and recorded two albums with legendary hipster Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks. including“Beatin’ the Heat” which featured Bette Midler, Ricki Lee Jones, Tom Waits, Elvis Costello, and Brian Setzer. His collaborations with Grammy-nominated Ann Savoy brought two albums and a movie soundtrack spot in Sony Picture’s “All the Kings Men”.
John Previti is known for his 18-year stint with the amazing guitar master, Danny Gatton, and has performed with many other top guitarists such as Les Paul, Herb Ellis and Charlie Byrd.
Aimee Curl has an unmistakable voice distinct with emotion and sincerity evoking the essence of the greatest singers in Jazz and Folk music.
Showtime is 7 pm ET/6 pm CT/5 pm MT/4 pm PT/11 pm GMT
Streaming cost is $7
Donations are welcomed.
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and will remain active through Nov. 27