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Tierra Negra & Muriel Anderson - New World Flamenco NY Concert & CD Release on Jan. 5th at the Highline Ballroom

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NEW RELEASE and USA Tour
Tierra Negra & Muriel Anderson - New World Flamenco

NY Concert & CD Release
Tue., Jan. 5th, 8pm
Highline Ballroom

With special guests Danny Gottlieb and Nicki Parrott
431 West 16th Street (between 9th and 10th Ave)
New York City, NY 10011
212-414-5994
Concert starts @ 8PM
Doors open @ 6 PM
Tickets $25.00 in advance
$27.00 day of show.

Full dinner menu available / General Admission Seated Show / All Ages / First come, first seated / $10 min per person at tables





They met in a castle in Germany. Before long they were jamming together and realized there was something special happening. They wrote with new inspiration for the CD they would make together, NEW WORLD FLAMENCO. Germany's famed duo Tierra Negra and America's award-winning guitarist and harp-guitarist Muriel Anderson have found an historic combination. The joyous passion of Raughi's flamenco guitar, Leo's pulsating rhythms and Muriel's beautiful melodies merge to create music unlike any other. Joined by drummer Danny Gottlieb, bassist Mark Egan both of the original Pat Metheney Group, and powerhouse bassist Victor Wooten, flamenco nuevo has found a new world.



Listen to excerpts from the CD NEW WORLD FLAMENCO, also featuring Danny Gottlieb and Mark Egan from the Pat Metheney Group and powerhouse bassist Victor Wooten.

USA TOUR

Tue Jan 5 New York, NY Highline Ballroom
Fri Jan 8 San Fran CA Great American Music Hall
Sat Jan 9 Vallejo, CA Empress Theatre
Mon Jan 11 El Dorado CA U. Mine Theatre - Sold Out
Tue Jan 12 Exeter, CA Orange Blossom Junction
Sat Jan 16 Anaheim CA All Star Guitar Night
Thu Jan 21 Seattle WA The Triple door
Fri Jan 22 International Webcast Kulak's Woodshed
Sun Jan 24 Whittier CA Shannon Cr for the Perf. Arts
Wed Jan 27 Peoria IL Civic Center Theatre
Thu Jan 28 Downers Grove Ministry of Hope benefit
Fri Apr 9 Lake Wales FL Bok Sanctuary
Sat Apr 10 Cincinnati OH McAuley Hall, with Phil Keaggy
Sun Apr 11 Knoxville TN Museum of Art
Mon Apr 12 Blountville TN NE State Comm College

Tierra Negra Bio: In the world of modern Flamenco, few artists have attained the heights of Tierra Negra. In fact, so influential are these two German guitarists that they're often cited as the protagonists of Flamenco Nuevo, the new wave. Tierra Negra may infuse their sound with elements of folklore, jazz and even pop, but the theme never strays far from the infectious rhythm and melody of Rumba-Flamenco. Leo Henrichs and Raughi Ebert, Tierra Negra's founding duo, have been performing together for over a decade, They have recorded eight albums, are featured on countless international guitar compilations and films. They have undertaken tours that have seen them alight festivals and concerts throughout Europe and North America. There is persuasiveness in the melody - an infectious groove and genuine passion in Tierra Negra's music. A TIERRA NEGRA live concert is a joyous, passionate and transforming experience for the audience - truly not to be missed.

Muriel Anderson Bio: Widely respected as one of the world's foremost fingerstyle guitarists and harp-guitarists, Muriel Anderson is the first woman to have won the National Fingerpicking Guitar Championship. She is host of the renowned “Muriel Anderson's ALL STAR GUITAR NIGHT" and founder of the Music for Life Alliance charity. Muriel Anderson has released eight CD's, four DVD's and guitar books published by Hal Leonard, Mel Bay, and Zen-On Japan. Her music can be heard in Woody Allen's film “Vicky Cristina Barcelona." and her “Heartstrings" recording accompanied the astronauts on the space shuttle Discovery. Touring in the USA and internationally year round, Muriel's obvious joy of music and facility across musical genres is revered by guitarists and audiences worldwide.

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