See-I with Eames Brothers and Blues and Lasers

February 14, 2010 Get the Party Started with:
The Eames Brothers
Blues and Lasers
at the
Rusty Nail, Stowe VT.

The show is presented by 4th Cut a "small special events company located in Stowe, VT, that goes big.Really big."

From 4th Cut's Website:

is an 9-piece funk ‘n’ soul reggae band from Washington, DC. SEE-I comes from a 1970’s roots angle and there are many other influences that can be heard in the music ranging from blues to rock, latin, soul, funk and brazilian beats. This makes sense because of the variety of bands that the SEE-I band members hail from. 4 of the 8 members are part of Thievery Corporation and other bands represented include All Mighty Senators, Fort Knox Five, Sin Miedo, Thunderball, Wailin’ Love, Nayas, Int… (more)ernational Velvet, Soul Brazil and others. All of these experiences and influences combine on stage to create a unique sound that can best be described as a reggae jam band. SEE-I delivers a positive vibe that keeps the dancefloor packed and grooving all night with smiles on everyone’s faces.

Eames Brothers
The Eames Brothers Band will be playing at many great venues throughout Vermont this winter. If you get the chance to get out on the town, come on by and enjoy some sweet sounds. Night to night, room to room the music evolves…. “uplifting, soulful, mysterious.” “gravel and honey.” “stinging electric shuffles to sparse delta blues.” “a vibrant musical tapestry rich in flavor….”

Blues and Lasers
Burlington, Vermont’s formidable rock quintet Blues and Lasers formed in 2007. The band is the electric sonic brainchild of Scott Tournet, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. Tournet, currently one of Grace Potter’s Nocturnals, recruited four other players to complete the lineup and flesh out the band’s sound – forceful, swampy, blues, heavy on rhythm (courtesy of the two-drummer combo) and slide guitar. Mastering the elusive low end pulse is John Rogone, a finger bass guitarist and bac… (more)king vocalist. Driving and grounding the rhythm section are drummers Steve Sharon and fellow Grace Potter and the Nocturnals’ drummer, Matt Burr. Contributing songs, vocals, and guitar is Ben Yurco, a sorcerer of electric tree and dimed out fender amplifiers.

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