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09

Daniel Levitin & Tom Brosseau Daniel Levitin & Tom Brosseau

Thu November 9th, 2017

8:30PM

The Gallery

Minimum Age: 21+

Doors Open: 7:30PM

Show Time: 8:30PM

Event Ticket: $15

Day of Show: $20

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This is a general admission event in The Gallery at LPR

Tom Brosseau learned acoustic guitar from his grandmother and has toured every year of his career – Japan, Canada, Portugal, Iceland, Australia, the USA; has performed in bars, backyards, grand halls, theaters, barber shops and old folks homes.

Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek, Watkins Family Hour) and John Parish (PJ Harvey) produced Brosseau’s 2014-2016 albums, a trilogy.  While living in Los Angeles and playing at the renowned club, Largo, Brosseau met actor John C. Reilly with whom he performed as a member of John Reilly & Friends.  Brosseau has been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered, Weekend Edition & First Listen; his songs included in Judd Apatow’s Netflix series, Love, and in the Showtime series, Shameless.

Tom Brosseau’s new album, Treasures Untold is a collection, 10 songs – 6 from the Great American Folksong Book and 4 originals, recorded live at a private event in Cologne, Germany.

The album liner notes are by Daniel J. Levitin, a musician and author, among other works, of This Is Your Brain On Music.

Daniel Levitin is a neuroscientist, musician, record producer, and the best-selling author of This Is Your Brain on Music (translated into 20 languages).

He plays tenor saxophone, guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, and has performed with Mel Tormé, Rosanne Cash, David Byrne, Sting, Bobby McFerrin, Renée Fleming, Victor Wooten and Neil Young.  He has contributed to albums by Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, and Stephen Stills, among others. His songs have been featured on CBC, NPR, PBS, and the film Repo Man.

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Daniel Levitin

Daniel Levitin official site

Daniel Levitin is a neuroscientist, musician, record producer, and the best-selling author of This Is Your Brain on Music (translated into 20 languages).

He plays tenor saxophone, guitar, bass, drums and keyboards, and has performed with Mel Tormé, Rosanne Cash, David Byrne, Sting, Bobby McFerrin, Renée Fleming, Victor Wooten and Neil Young. He has contributed to albums by Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Joni Mitchell, and Stephen Stills, among others. His songs have been featured on CBC, NPR, PBS, and the film Repo Man.

Photo Credit: Arsenio Corôa

Tom Brosseau

Tom Brosseau official site | Tom Brosseau on Twitter

Tom Brosseau learned acoustic guitar from his grandmother and has toured every year of his career – Japan, Canada, Portugal, Iceland, Australia, the USA; has performed in bars, backyards, grand halls, theaters, barber shops and old folks homes.

Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek, Watkins Family Hour) and John Parish (PJ Harvey) produced Brosseau’s 2014-2016 albums, a trilogy. While living in Los Angeles and playing at the renowned club, Largo, Brosseau met actor John C. Reilly with whom he performed as a member of John Reilly & Friends. Brosseau has been featured on NPR’s All Songs Considered, Weekend Edition & First Listen; his songs included in Judd Apatow’s Netflix series, Love, and in the Showtime series, Shameless.

Tom Brosseau’s new album, Treasures Untold is a collection, 10 songs – 6 from the Great American Folksong Book and 4 originals, recorded live at a private event in Cologne, Germany. The liner notes are by Daniel J. Levitin, a musician and author, among other works, of This Is Your Brain On Music.

Photo Credit: Lizzi Brosseau

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