Ticket Tuesday: Stringshot at the M.I.M.
These three artists have joined together to form a musical tour de force, blending their artistry and talents to create a new synthesis of blues and Latin music. This unique combination of musicians—all virtuosos in their own right—features an amazing interplay and repertoire that promises to dazzle audiences. Stringshot is playing at the Musical Instrument Museum this Saturday, November 17th and Bookmans has a pair just for you! Read on to find out how.
Stringshot at a Glance
Roy Rogers is one of the world’s finest slide guitarists. He’s also an eight-time Grammy-nominated producer and recording artist. Renowned for his live performances around the world, R0ger’s collaborations with John Lee Hooker, Bonnie Raitt, and Ray Manzarek, among others make him a huge name in the industry.
Badi Assad (from Brazil) was named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the world’s great guitarists. Classically trained, she has received numerous international awards in her prolific career. As a vocalist and percussionist, she is a true innovator, not only in technique but in performance. She has appeared in a variety of musical settings from classical concerts with the Assad Brothers (her two older brothers) to jazz festivals with Pat Metheny and Larry Coryell.
Carlos Reyes is a supreme virtuosity, not only on the violin but on the Paraguayan stringed harp. Classically trained as well, he has performed in many diverse genres of music worldwide. This includes performances with his own band, in symphonies, and featured with such artists as Steve Miller and Arturo Sandoval.
To enter, all you have to do is COMMENT BELOW. Tell us which instrument gets your toes tapping every time. Bookmans will choose a winner via Random.org on Thursday, November 15 at noon and notify them via email. Be sure to check those inboxes!