MARK CUTLER & MEN OF GREAT COURAGE AND THE BOB KENDALL BAND AT SANDYWOODS
SATURDAY, MAY 25, 2013 - MARK CUTLER & MEN OF GREAT COURAGE and THE BOB KENDALL BAND
8 pm, doors open 7:30 pm
BYOB & food allowed
$12 advance, $15 at the door
MARK CUTLER & MEN OF GREAT COURAGE (Jimmy Berger, Rick Couto, Bob Kirkman, Dick Reed) combine powerful lyrics with memorable melodies and driving rhythms. Mark's guitar-driven tunes are played and sung at every gig as if for the very first time. Come see why this gifted guitarist and award-winning singer/songwriter received the Providence Phoenix 2010 Male Vocalist award. Mark served as frontman for The Schemers and The Raindogs, and, with The Raindogs, toured in support of Bob Dylan and Warren Zevon. He continues to release award-winning CDs with bands such as Men of Great Courage and The Dino Club.
BOB KENDALL is a singer/songwriter born in California, but raised in Huntsville, Alabama and Middletown, RI. At 19, he moved to Boston where he became the founding member of the bands Lifeboat, The Blood Oranges, and The Brothers Kendall. In 2002, Bob released his first solo record "Enough is Enough." That same year, he played the Newport Folk Festival.
Bob recently released the recording "Midnight Flower," a collection of songs that he has written over the past decade. It was self-produced and recorded in his shed studio, and mixed and fixed by Kraig Jordan and Pete Weiss. The title track features vocals by Tanya Donelly (Belly, Throwing Muses, The Breeders). Bob describes his songs as "telling tales of recrimination and self-deception." He is currently recording with producer Paul Kolderie (Radiohead, Pixies, Fort Apache). Bob has opened for a host of legendary musicians, including The Replacements, REM, Psychedelic Furs, Billy Bragg, 10,000 Maniacs, Marshall Crenshaw, and many more. "Kendall's wistful vocals capture the ache of not belonging in your parents' world anymore. A piercing depiction of suburban teenage boredom." (Rolling Stone Magazine).
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Tiverton, RI 02878
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