Dan Navarro, Peter Cooper, & Eric Brace

Feb 10, 2011 |  0 comments
Date: Feb 10, 2011 Time: 
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Dan Navarro is 1/2 of the notable duo, Lowen and Navarro. For twenty years, Eric Lowen and Dan Navarro have written, recorded and toured for a growing national audience. Their nine CDs showcase self-penned songs of experience, colored by supple acoustic-based arrangements centered around their intertwined voices. Songwriters of notable cachet, their works have been recorded by artists as diverse as Pat Benatar (the worldwide Top 5 smash “We Belong”), The Bangles, The Four Tops, Dave Edmunds, The Temptations and a host of others.

 Following on the heels of their debut duo CD “You Don’t Have to Like Them Both,” Eric Brace and Peter Cooper have created their second work, “Master Sessions,” and it’s indeed a masterwork. The “masters” in the title are dobro ace Mike Auldridge and pedal steel guitar legend Lloyd Green. These two musicians are all-time greats on their instruments, and Eric and Peter wanted to get them in the studio for a full-length recording. The results are melodic works of genius, with Lloyd and Mike weaving their guitar lines in ways previously unheard anywhere, ever. Eric and Peter contribute the bulk of the songs, though you might recognize a few of the covers they’ve chosen, such as “Wait a Minute,” the country rock classic (and you might recognize country star Kenny Chesney singing the low harmony on that, an ego-free moment from a genuine star). “Eric and Peter’s distinctive styles work superbly together, whether catching the ache of loss and longing or observing the foibles of personality, or cheekily commenting on the ridiculous.” (folking.com)

visit Eric’s website:http://redbeetrecords.com/

visit Peter’s website:http://www.petercoopermusic.com/

Visit Dan’s website: http://dannavarro.com

Tickets are $16 in advance, $21 day of show

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