Thursday, October 8th
Doors 6:30 / Show 7
Reserved tables for this event begin at $20.
Parking may be found in The Foundry Garage for $1 per hour.
"Kevin Danzig still leads the nomadic troubadour’s life where stories are indelibly etched within a blink of an eye. Danzig impresses with intriguing songwriting atmospheric vocals and diversely textured arrangements. Danzig has a knack for crafting memorable, tuneful compositions that stretch across a gamut of emotions” -- OffBEAT Magazine review by Dan Willging
Kevin Danzig writes and performs modern folk and acoustic rock tunes as well as selected cover songs, accompanied by acoustic guitar, ukulele, and harmonica; He plays tambourine with his foot. Originality is Danzig's hallmark; Kevin's lyrics are invariably intelligent, the instrumental arrangements are in perfect sync and skillfully executed.
Kevin's fans range from age 3 to 93 and his original songs can be heard on rock, folk, Americana, Inspirational, and easy listening stations in North America and are available for digital download at www.cdbaby.com, itunes.com, amazon.com, and many other sites. He is endorsed by ELIXIR STRINGS. "I have used Elixir Strings for over 10 years for their quality of tone and long life" 2/2013 --Kevin Danzig
Kevin Danzig makes his home in the mountains of Colorado. He plays a wide range of venues throughout North America, including clubs, concert halls, festivals, restaurants, college campuses, coffee shops, outdoor arenas, house concerts, corporate events and weddings. In the past 10 years, he has been invited for a return engagement to every venue at which he's performed.
Growing up in a musical family in Southern California, Kevin Danzig has been a performing songwriter nearly his entire life and a professional since the age of 18. At age 11, Kevin was recording for K-TEL Records, (Mike Curb Productions), as one of the jubilant voices of 50 Children’s Favorites “As seen on TV”. It was in 1978, however, that he got his first big...rejection, when Chuck Barris, (host of the Gong Show), told him, "Kid, you're TOO GOOD for this show!"