David T And Friends With Mike Bourne And The Atlanta Boogie And The Sparkletones At The 120 Tavern & Music Hall! 5/9

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The 120 Tavern & Music Hall says
Get ready for an evening of toe-tapping fun, dancing and musical variety with three groups - David T & Friends, Mike Bourne and the Atlanta Boogie, and a special cameo appearance by The Sparkletones.

Saturday – May 9th, 2015

Entertainment begins at 8:00 PM

120 Tavern and Music Hall

Tickets: $9 advance ($12 at the door)
Buy Them Online Now At: http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=5771065&pl=jsment

David T & Friends

When David T & Friends hit the stage, be prepared to be entertained by a deep bench of talented musicians and original music that will keep your head bobbing and toes tapping. Take a listen to their newly released CD "Staring at the Sun" and you'll see what we mean. Variety is the spice. From Funky Rock to Folk, British Invasion, Pop and Blues are all celebrated. Their horn section packs a punch and the cellos will give you the chills. Top it off with a little blues harp and you are in for a kaleidoscopic musical experience.

Mike Bourne and the Atlanta Boogie

Mike Bourne has knocked out audiences and critics in famous venues from the House of Blues and Buddy Guys Legends in Chicago to Sweden’s famous Jazz Club Stampen. Born in Dallas Texas (there's something in the water), Bourne moved from town to town and eventually landed in Kansas City in 1990 where he started his blues career in his 20s.His first blues record was BB King's "Live and Well." After wood-shedding for weeks on end in his apartment, an unknown person slipped a note under his door. All it said was "music is your destiny."

The Sparkletones

The Sparkletones were a remarkable group of teenagers from Spartanburg, SC who wrote and played almost all their own material in the late '50s. They scored several hits -- the most successful of which was "Black Slacks,” with "Penny Loafers and Bobby Socks" charting Billboard’s Top 100 in 1957. Some Sparkletones appearances included, Ted Mack‘s Original Amateur Hour, the Ed Sullivan Show, the Nat King Cole Show, and Dick Clark's American Bandstand.
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