Thursday, October 28, 2010

Peter Case at Trinity with Matt Mainuli

Wednesday, November 3, 2010:

photo: Dennis Keeley
The Underground Coffeehouse
in the Mather Campus Center
300 Summit Street
Trinity College
Hartford, CT

8:00pm - All Ages - FREE

The show will be recorded for WRTC's Notes From The Underground!

Peter Case got his start in 1976 when he joined the Nerves, and later, after moving to L.A., joining the Plimsouls in 1979. But Case moved on to become a multiple-time Grammy nominee as an American singer/songwriter. He has played with greats such as David Hidalgo and Ry Cooder, and has been cited by Bruce Springsteen as an influence. 2004 saw the release of the compilation Who's Gonna Go Your Crooked Mile, celebrating the past two decades of Case's output along with several new recordings. Plimsouls reformed in 2005 to play reunion shows. Case for Case, came out in 2006, a three-disc set of Case covers by fellow musicians Richard Buckner, James McMurtry, and Amy Rigby, and many others.

Case put out Bomb Light Prayer Vigil by the literary audio magazine Verb in early 2006, and Let Us Now Praise Sleepy John followed in 2007. Wig!, Case's 2010 LP is out on Yep Roc Records.

Local singer/songwriter Matt Mainuli opens!

Peter Case tour dates:

10.28.10 Ashland Coffee and Tea Ashland VA
10.28.10 Plan 9 Records live instore performance @ 4:30pm Richmond VA
10.29.10 Avalon Theatre Easton MD
10.30.10 The Secret Theatre Long Island City NY
10.31.10 Giant Ant Concert Series Boston MA

11.01.10 Club Passim Solo 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. songwriter's workshop and set from 8:45 p.m. until 10:15 p.m. Cambridge MA

11.02.10 Watercolor Cafe solo Larchmont NY
11.03.10 Underground Coffee House Hartford CT
11.04.10 World Cafe Live Philadelphia PA
11.05.10 Valentine's Albany NY
11.06.10 Maxwell's Hoboken NJ
11.06.10 Vintage Vinyl Live In-store Performance @ 3pm Fords NJ
11.07.10 Mountain Stage Morgantown WV
03.26.11 Home of Charles Knott Chester Springs PA
04.03.11 King of California Train w/ Dave Alvin, Chris Smither, Laurie Lewis, Nina Gerber

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