CASTLE (the band) & VUDU SISTER AT SANDYWOODS
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2013 - CASTLE (the band) & VUDU SISTER
8 pm, doors open 7:30 pm
BYOB & food allowed
$10 advance, $12 at the door
Castle wages a peaceful war using music and human energy to accelerate global enlightenment and spread dazzling positivity. Castle plans to conscript you and your loved ones into an army of everlasting friendship. A family bound not by blood but by harmony. Castle will high five your inner child until you know yourself better.
This music will share your body. It will invite you onto the dance floor and release you for the first time. Bring a whip and a fedora because each show moves like an action movie. If you aren't laced in tiger stripes by the end of the night, we will know you are wilder than anything we can tame. Then we will ask you to join the band.
Castle approaches music like a think tank approaches the world of ideas. The sound can evolve from quiet chamber folk to explosive and danceable indie rock. Harmonies, melodic hip hop, and zombie rock operatics have been known to surface at shows.
Castle creates music from the minds of Bessie Bessin, Mike Cellemme, Noah Bickford, David Passafiume, and Craig Cameron.
Vudu Sister's snarling, bluesy rock & roll sounds like a mix between Nirvana and Crazy Horse-era Neil Young.
Keith McCurdy and Alexander Garzone hail from humble beginnings in the town of North Providence, RI. They came together in various musical endeavors since 2007 through a mutual love of honest music and a desire to create their own. The duo continues to write together and shape new sounds in the collective conscience that is Vudu Sister.
Vudu Sister's debut album "Bastard Children" was recorded in the summer of 2011 at Treading Thomas Records. In addition to McCurdy's vocals and guitar, the album includes the sounds of banjo, dobro, mandolin, bouzouki, violin, electric guitar, bass, drums, and backing vocals by some of Rhode Island's most talented young musicians. Lending their talents to the record are Joe Fletcher & the Wrong Reasons, Tig & Bean, The Famous Winters, Kate Jones of The Sugar Honey Iced Tea, and Michael Samos.
SANDYWOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS (View)
43 Muse Way
Tiverton, RI 02878
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|Dog Friendly: No|
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