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RIVER ROOM: Jeff Arundel & Billy McLaughlin and their 70’s Dance Party $15 Adv / $15 Cash Door
Friday, October 6 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm$15
THIS IS A RIVER ROOM SHOW! Advance tickets for purchase above.
SEATING IS OPEN STYLE – FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED. BAR SERVICE ONLY – NO FOOD WILL BE AVAILABLE.
If you’d like to join us for dinner before or after the show in our Cafe, please make a reservation at 612-379-3138. Ticket sales end 12pm NOON Friday, OCT 6th. If there are remaining spots, they will be available for $15 CASH purchase at the door!
8pm Billy McLaughlin
9pm Jeff Arundel
10pm 70’s Dance Party
Billy McLaughlin has been changing people’s idea of what an acoustic guitar can sound like since the 1980’s.
“…you may swear Billy McLaughlin is two of the greatest acoustic guitarists you’ve ever heard.” – Pittsburgh Post Gazette
“… it’s amazing that such an extensive sound comes from one instrument.”
– Chicago Sun Times
He is recognized as an innovative performer and composer who embraces the advantages of acoustic guitar amplification, unorthodox techniques and altered tunings while celebrating a gift for melody. His enormous yet fluid acoustic guitar tone has carried him around the world, to Billboard’s Top-Ten Chart and most recently through a devastating medical disorder called focal dystonia. McLaughlin has had to re-learn the guitar left-handed and is in the early stages of what might be described as ‘one of the great musical-comeback stories of all time.” His story is the subject of an award-winning documentary film called Changing Keys – Billy McLaughlin and the Mysteries of Dystonia.
A native of Minneapolis, Jeff Arundel is a melodic, introspective songwriter in the style of Jackson Browne and James Taylor. His first album, Compass, was released on Gifthorse Records in 1993. Two years later, his second album Ride the Ride appeared on Navarre Records. It was later released on Demon Records in the U.K. Mood Ring followed in mid-2000.
TICKET SALES END 10/6/17 AT 12PM NOON. Seated tickets are sold out, but standing room is available. If you purchase advance tickets, please check in with Will-Call night of the show – your name will be on a list. The email confirmation issued to you is your proof of purchase and ticket.
Parking available in the St. Anthony Falls ramp on 2nd St. & 2nd Ave, with an underground tunnel connected. Meters on and around 2nd St. & 2nd Ave are free after 6pm. Please note meters on Main St. are in affect until 12AM Midnight daily.