Concert: Hotcha! & Matthew de Zoete, Sat Oct 9

HOTCHA__c550.jpgSaturday October 9 at 8 pm, $10.  Hotcha!  Beverly Kreller and Howard Druckman. Dust Bowl Roots: Songs for the New Depression. Beverly Kreller: vocals, bodhran, accordion, guitar, kazoo, mouth trumpet, spoons; Howard Druckman: vocals, guitar, slide, harmonica.  “HOTCHA! does a really fine job of evoking the music of the Great Depression by combining period pieces like Louis Armstrong€™s €œOl€™ Man Mose€ with very cool in-the-tradition originals like ‘Mines Went Down€™.€  “…genuine enthusiasm and infectious energy…”

Matthew_de_Zoete.jpgAlso playing: Matthew De Zoete (guitar/vocals), a Hamilton-based singer-songwriter.  “Matthew De Zoete’s second album, “Bottom of the World”, not only speaks of fresh, conceptual pop-rock, but contains the talent of a singer-songwriter wise beyond his years. The melodies are absorbing, the instrumentation is fluid, and the lyrics are moving. De Zoete’s album is an expression of rare authenticity.” Soundproof Magazine.

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