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Vonda Shepard

Well, it’s 2016, and Vonda is back to writing again! Vonda and her band recently recorded the album, Rookie, for which they toured extensively in the U.K. and Germany, with some weekend dates in the States. Rookie is a title that bears no little irony, since this year marks 27 years since the release of her self- titled Warner Bros. debut. Thanks to the ongoing participation of producer/ maestro Mitchell Froom (of collaborative Elvis Costello, Crowded House, and Bonnie Raitt fame), Rookie is a thrilling, solid album, filled with both “Vintage Vonda” tracks, based in piano vocal ballads, as well as some über-funky grooves that Vonda felt a need to write, in order to really cut loose vocally

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The Left Banke Tours New England, July 6 And 7

The Left Banke Tours New England, July 6 And 7

The Left Banke will be performing two concerts in New England Fourth of July Weekend. On July 6 the group will be performing at Tupelo Music Hall, 2 Young Road, in Londonderry, at 8 PM. Admission is $35. The venue phone is 603-437-5100. On the 7th of July, hear the Left Banke live at Infinity Hall, ...

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Vonda Shepard Plays Annapolis on May 18, Woodstock on May 19, New York City on May 21

Vonda Shepard Plays Annapolis on May 18, Woodstock on May 19, New York City on May 21

Vonda Shepard and her piano will be performing three east coast dates this May 18, 19 and 21. On May 18, Vonda performs at The Ram's Head On Stage, 33 West Street, in Annapolis, MD, on May 18, at 8 PM. Jann Klose opens. May 19 brings Vonda to the Bearsville Theater, 291 Tinker Street in ...


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