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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Potluck and House Concert with Brock Zeman and Dan Martin

An Evening with Brock Zeman and Dan Martin 

presented by House Concerts Unlimited

Sponsored by

When: Sunday, April 9th
Where:  1135 N. Denver Ave.
Time: Potluck 6pm.  (You are encouraged to come to potluck and bring something to share, as it is a wonderful time to meet the artists and get to know them)  Show starts 7pm
Suggested Donation: $20 at the door, $18 in advance through paypal until the day of the show.  Click HERE to pay in advance.
It is greatly appreciated if you RSVP, so we know how many chairs to put out.  Any advance tickets purchasers do not need to RSVP as your paypal payment serves that purpose.
BYOB 

BROCK ZEMAN - PULLING YOUR SWORD OUT OF THE DEVIL'S BACK (OTTAWA BLUESFEST 2016)

PRESS
“With a voice that recalls early Tom Waits crossed with Johnny Dowd, a talking blues style, and backing instrumentation that lays down a slinky late night groove Zeman makes MUSIC THAT FILLS THE SOUL… Discovery of the year so far.”
Americana UK
“Zeman has one of those semi-gravelly voices given to Dr. John and Leon Russell…but when added to the EXCELLENT SONGWRITING it raises the music at least one step up.”
No Depression

DAN MARTIN BAND - "YOU DONT KNOW THAT TOWN LIKE ME" - LIVE @ THE COLONY - TULSA OK

PRESS
"Also released earlier this month is the new album from Dan Martin, which is a beautiful collection highlighting Martin's clear and striking voice as a folk singer-songwriter."

Jerry Wofford - Tulsa World

"Father Time by Dan Martin (3:38) -- A true singer/songwriter ballad in the manner that we've come to know, love and expect from Tulsa's incredible roots performers. I love the complexities in the chord variances and the unhurried grace in which the arrangement is presented. As a storyteller, Martin is right up there with the master lyricists of the genre. Though not dusty dominant by any means, Father Time nonetheless carries that timeless, rootsy and road weary sound that just wants to step back and slip into something as comfortable as an old flannel shirt."

Michael Canter - The Jivewired Journal

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