Jeffrey Foucault and Peter Mulvey

Jan 22, 2010 |  0 comments
Date: Jan 22, 2010 Time: 
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Immersed in language, art, and music, Mulvey’s playing ranges from tender acoustic picking to rootsy blues & jazz.  Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door.

THE BOSTON GLOBE: “His voice feels like fine old leather, and his guitar sounds like it’s on steroids… a superb technician…”

THE CHICAGO SUN-TIMES:“One of the best albums of the year… Jeffrey Foucault incorporates the best of the Americana, alt-country and roots-rock genres into his third solo album… Those who recall Bruce Springsteen in the pre-“Born to Run” days will hear echoes of the Boss… as well as the best of the Texas troubadours, including Joe Ely and Butch Hancock. But there’s nothing derivative about Foucault’s haunting allusions… the fundamental truths that emerge are undeniable… Musically, Foucault has created a harmonious minimalist sound that’s driven by his acoustic strumming and the economical Mark Knopfler-style electric fretwork of veteran Iowa guitarist Bo Ramsey… there’s a tumbling tumbleweeds sensibility to Ghost Repeater reminiscent of the finest Dust Bowl anthems.”

THE NEW YORK TIMES: “Jeffrey Foucault is a young man with an old soul… contemporary and timeless.”

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