Come Hear A Mandolin Maestro
What better way to relieve the stress of paying your taxes than to go to a show that promises to be amazing.
For those who may not know Grisman, he is one of the finest mandolin players in the world in any genre.
He has been making music since he 1963, starting in the New York area in a jug band. The next year he met Jerry Garcia (ultimately with The Grateful Dead), who gave Grisman his nickname Dawg. That started a long and deep friendship that ended with Garcia’s untimely death.
He plays bluegrass, newgrass, jazz, folk, and Americana, and probably other styles that do not come to mind. He has collaborated with such incredible artists as Del McCoury, Stephane Grapelli, and Peter Rowan.
He does not tour a lot these days, so this is a great opportunity to see a master in action. Opening the show for Grisman is Cold Chocolate.
Tickets are available here.
Posted on April 13, 2016, in concert announcements, music, Uncategorized and tagged bluegrass, boston, Chevalier Theatre, Cold Chocolate, concert announcement, David Grisman, music, newgrass. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.