BROTHER, Celtic Tribal Trio, Concert

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BROTHER, Celtic Tribal Trio, Concert

Time: October 16, 2010 from 8pm to 10:30pm
Location: Unitarian Center
Street: 87 4th St.
City/Town: Ashland, OR
Website or Map:
Phone: 541-535-3562
Event Type: celtic, tribal, world, music, fusion
Organized By: St. Clair Productions
Latest Activity: Oct 7, 2010

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St. Clair Productions presents the Celtic Tribal Trio BROTHER on Saturday, October 16, 8 p.m. at the Unitarian Fellowship, 87 4th St., Ashland. BROTHER is Angus Richardson on vocals and bagpipes, Dave "Dalbo" Allen on drums and percussion and Drew Reid on Didgeridoo and keyboard. Chances are you've seen BROTHER on NBC's 'ER', maybe heard their music on the classic 'Baraka' soundtrack or UPN's 'Twilight Zone.' The band has shared stages with Joe Walsh, John Entwhistle, Linkin Park, and Alicia Keys and are the only independent band to have played the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

'…the most popular act in the six-year history of the Michigan Irish Festival…" -Muskegon Chronicle, Michigan, USA

"There are few gigs to which you might consider taking both your grandparents and your younger siblings. BROTHER, however, is set on breaking the generational rules." -Western Advocate, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door, $10 for teens 12-17 and free under 12. Tickets are available at the Music Coop on A Street, Ashland, on-line at or by calling 541-535-3562.

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