NOTLOB PARLOR CONCERTS AT THE LORING-GREENOUGH HOUSE PRESENTS
February 29 through April 5
Concert #3 of 4
THE TORNADO RIDER BAND
THE ACCIDENT THAT LED ME TO THE WORLD
The venue is the historic Loring-Greenough House,
FEATURE - THE TORNADO RIDER BAND
The Tornado Rider Band is
Rushad Eggleston (who plays like a Tasmanian tornado devil plus a falcon plus a wild ferret) on cello and vocals.
Gabriel Cazes (who is like animal from the muppets plus a consistently biting cobra of doom plus a soaring prehistoric bird) on simultaneous drums and keyboards.
They play original motivational friendly songs from mythical lands.
“His cello is so vivid, whether swaggering merrily, like a drunken bear, or pumping dark, threatening drones. . . . The importance of what Eggleston is doing can hardly be overstated. He is inventing a new way of hearing and playing cello.”
”. . . Eggleston does things with a cello that one could argue were never intended by man or nature, displaying a decidedly rock sensibility onstage.”
OPENER - THE ACCIDENT THAT LED ME TO THE WORLD
"Creating well within the limits of bluegrass,
"The Accident that Led Me to the World" is
Date: Saturday, March 22, 2008
Feature: The Tornado Rider Band (Rushad Eggleston & Gabriel Cazes)
Opener: The Accident That Led Me to the World
Notlob Parlor Concerts Website: http://notlobmusic.googlepages.com
Artist information: http://www.myspace.com/notlobhouseconcerts
Reservations: As seating is limited to 40, reservations are recommended. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Reservations expire 15 minutes before concert time, when seats will be assigned to walk-ins.
Venue & directions: Loring-Greenough House, 12 South Street, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130, the large yellow house at the intersection of Centre and South Streets, across the street from the Civil War monument. http://www.lghouse.org/information.htm. Handicap accessible; please call 617-524-3158 for more information. Please do not call the venue for any other reason.
Parking: The Loring-Greenough House lot holds 12 cars, gates are closed when full. Parking is also available on the street and in the public lot located behind Blanchard’s liquors, one block away.
MBTA: Take #39 bus from either Back Bay Station or Forest Hills Station to the Monument stop, directly in front of the Loring-Greenough House, at the intersections of Centre and South Streets.
Dining: There are several fine restaurants on
Coffee, tea, water and pastries are available.