Over the past two weeks, a bunch of my energy has been taken up with prepping for this show. It’s the first time I’ve played my own stuff out in a decade.
I can’t begin to express how jazzed I am to be sharing the stage with Slam Allen… he is one of my heroes – I’ve literally seen him live more than any other act.
Plus – I get to play some of the Born Wired album live – which is awesome all by itself. 🙂
Slam Allen with Mark Marshall – Friday, January 27th at 7:00pm – doors open at 5:30. You can find the show on Facebook here, or here at the Falcon website.
And here are the awesome guys I get to do this with. SO very psyched.
Danny Blume‘s (Guitar) day job was touring and recording with Kid Creole and the Coconuts for over ten years.
He’s toured, performed, and recorded with countless artists, including Iggy Pop, The Lounge Lizards, Gavin Friday, Jill Sobule, Level 42, Medeski Martin Wood, Jewel, Lisa Loeb, as well as leading his own bands.
Mark Vian (Keyboards) is a composer and multi-instrumentalist.
He has composed for film, theater and live ensemble performance, and was a founding member of The Danger Brothers and Junior and the Jewels.
Andy Huenerberg (Bass) has had a long and winding road in the music business.
He has shared the Lincoln Center stage with Leonard Bernstein, Kathleen Battle and Placido Domingo; performed at Carnegie Hall; played banjo with Victor Wooten; recorded and performed with Blues legend Hubert Sumlin, ’09 Harmonica Player of the Year Billy Gibson; and recorded and performed with award winning guitar slinger Dave Fields.
New York native Ed Driscoll (Drums) has been playing drums professionally for over 30 years.
His sideman credits include Bo Diddley, Victor Wooten and Brian Setzer, to name a few. His commercial work can be heard advertising such brands as Harley Davidson, Lexus and Budweiser. Ed lives with his Wife and his dog, Lulubel in New York.
Mark Marshall uses MJC Ironworks strings and PreSonus Studio One Recording Software