Levin Brothers - North American tour dates January / February / March 2019.
Thursday, January 17, 2019
We have received the following press release;
LEVIN BROTHERS 2019 tour dates.
MoonJune Music announces
featuring PETE & TONY LEVIN
2019 TOUR DATES
PETE LEVIN - keyboards
TONY LEVIN - upright bass
JEFF SIEGEL - drums
Brothers Tony and Pete Levin are finally bringing the Levin Brothers band to tour the West Coast USA, along with their long-time drummer (Levin Brother from another mother) Jeff “Siege” Siege. On 4 of the dates, they will be co-billed with the British jazz-rock pioneers, Soft Machine (John Etheridge, Theo Travis, Roy Babbington, John Marshall). Back home in March, they will be doing a few shows in the Northeast, joined by their friend, master guitarist David Spinozza.
January 20 - Arcata, CA (Arcata Playhouse)
January 21 - Arcata, CA (Arcata Playhouse)
January 23 - Sacramento, CA (Sofia Tsakoupolus Center For The Arts)***
January 24 - Berkeley, CA (Freight & Salvage)***
January 25 - Felton, CA (Flynn’s Cabaret)***
January 27 - Fresno, CA (The Lounge at the Tower Theater)
January 29 - Los Angeles, CA (The Baked Potato)
January 30 - Los Angeles, CA (The Baked Potato)
February 1 - Mexicali, BC, Mexico (Bol-Bol)
February 2 - Scotsdale, AZ (Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts)***
March 8 - Tarrytown, NY (Jazz Forum) with David Spinozza
March 9 - Tarrytown, NY (Jazz Forum) with David Spinozza
March 16 - Kingston, NY (Senate Garage) with David Spinozza
March 26 - Northampton, MA (The Iron Horse) with David Spinozza
March 28 - Brookline, NH (Oak Hill Music Studio) with David Spinozza
March 29 - Schenectady, NY (The Van Dyck) with David Spinozza
*** co-headlining with SOFT MACHINE
TONY LEVIN / MARKUS REUTER / PAT MASTELOTTO
Short tour in the North-East USA in August and European tour in November 2019.
Japan + Asia in February/March 2020, followed by a larger USA tour in Spring 2020.
New release (a very special one!) to be announced soon.
JAZZ MANN FEATURES
Ian Mann is educated and entertained by the first date of a tour celebrating the life and music of trumpeter Dizzy Reece performed by pianist Trevor Watkis and a stellar international quintet.
Ian Mann enjoys the final day of the Festival and performances by Flying Machines, the Monty Alexander Trio and Bill Laurance and the WDR Big Band conducted by Bob Mintzer.