The Cate Brothers
Ernie and Earl Cate, the "Cate Brothers", have been writing and performing their unique style of rock and soul music for more than 20 years.
The link between the Band and the Cate Brothers dates back to 1966, when Levon Helm was their drummer for a few gigs in Arkansas after he had left the Hawks' tour with Bob Dylan. In 1981, five years after The Last Waltz, Levon and the Cates did a series of concerts in Canada and the US. When the Band finally was reunited again in 1983, they started out as an eight-piece ensemble with Levon, Rick Danko, Garth Hudson, and Richard Manuel, plus the following members of the Cate Brothers Band:Earl Cate, guitar, Ernie Cate, keyboardsRon Eoff, bass, Terry Cagle, drums
Band guitarist Jim Weider also played with the Band during this period. The Cates teamed up with the Band again on the beginning of their 1985 tour, but had to leave after a while due to economical problems. Jim Weider instead continued as the guitarist of the Band. The Cate Brothers Band have in the later years done occasional performances with Levon, Garth Hudson, and the Band.
Tickets are $15 in advance.
For more information on The Cate Brothers please visit http://theband.hiof.no/band_members/cate_brothers.html
Both the 26th and the 27th will have Brian Langlinals & earl6 opening for The Cate Brothers, In addition to the stellar quality of the playing and singing, what distinguishes Brian Langlinals and earl6 is their level of songwriting. Their tunes tell timeless stories, while adding new twists.
Two bands for the price of one! On both nights!
Uncle Bo's Live Bar (View)
420 SE Sixth Avenue
Topeka, KS 66607
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|