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An Evening with Chris Robinson Brotherhood
February 17, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm$45
Accurately tying into garage rock and neo-psychedelia, King Tuff is the name adopted by musician Kyle Thomas as a play on his initials and the name ‘King Tut’. Thomas grew up around music, largely influenced by his father’s Fender Stratocaster which provided him with a source of inspiration. Though he had been musically oriented since his youth and teen years, Thomas did not begin playing as King Tuff until 2006. That same year he self-released his first album on a CD-ROM, the majority consisting of rough versions of songs later released on Was Dead, King Tuff’s first ‘official’ album which was released in 2008. The album, originally released by Tee Pee Records, revealed the individualistic style and lo-fi sonic signature sound that is King Tuff. Since Was Dead, King Tuff has produced a self-titled album and the most current album Black Moon Spell, which immediately became CMJ‘s “most added” for the week of September 23, 2014 on college radio airplay. Similar artists include Thee Oh Sees, Ty Segall, Fuzz and Black Lips.
- Show takes place rain or shine and the Redwood Barn is covered
- The Fig Rig is our featured food truck this show, so come hungry!
- NO outside food, drink, chairs, pets or bad attitudes
- Wine is, of course, available for sale by the glass and by the bottle, so thirst is covered too
- Parking is free for moto’s, full two seaters, cars with three or more people and Bacchus Wine Club members. Everyone else is $10.