Infinity Music Hall & Bistro
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Infinity Norfolk


Sat, December 31, 2016
Norfolk, CT
Show at 9 PM

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Price: $59 - $170

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Blues / Pop

Kick off 2017 with the amazing Kal David, Lauri Bono and the Real Deal. As the former lead singer/lead guitarist of the Fabulous Rhinestones, lead guitarist of John Mayall’s Blues Breakers and Etta James’ Band, Kal is considered by many to be the finest blues singer/guitarist on the planet. There will be a Tribute to the Fabulous Rhinestones with a special guest.   

Local legends, The Joint Chiefs warm up what promises to be New Year’s Eve to remember!!

7:00PM – Doors open to the Music Hall for seating/mezz dining
9:00PM – 10:30PM – The Joint Chiefs
11PM – 12:30AM – Kal David, Lauri Bono & The Real Deal
12:00AM - Champagne toast

Tickets Prices:

  • $59 – Entire Orchestra (taxes and fees on top) – includes concert ticket, 1 complimentary glass of champagne, party favors
  • $170 - Dinner & the Show on the Mezz – Entire Mezzanine, Ticket includes: concert ticket, 3 course prix-fixe dinner, 1 complimentary glass of champagne, party favors, gratuity, taxes, fees. - ALL BEVERAGES SOLD SEPARATELY


Kal David and Lauri Bono

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Artist Bio

To say that Kal David is just a great Blues guitarist would be a shame, although he is that, indeed. Other Blues guitarists don't come close to his wide range of styles, the colors on his palette. Kal David is a fine and experienced guitarist who can bring you to your knees with his soulfulness, but don't miss his depth. Kal David is a singer. A true vocalist, a professional with way above vocal chops. His gritty, yet polished vocals take you on an emotion filled ride. The world is about to wake up to a true living legend of music.

Miss Lauri Bono, music partner of Kal David for many years, is a fully featured member of the band. She is an amazing and dynamic female vocalist. With Lauri, less is always more. Miss Bono sings in a way that she can sound like soft velvet or turn on the gravel and guts and then  pull you right back into another soft passage. It a gift that she has chosen to share with Kal David as they travel the globe making records, playing concerts and major VIP events.

There is something so special about the chemistry between these two artists. Although each can stand alone, they are a team. They work synergistically for the greater good of the performance or the complete record. There is no comparing who is better than the other, they exist because of and for each other......Perfect Harmony!!

Lauri and Kal’s extensive credits look like the who’s who of the music industry. Working for long periods with Etta James and Johnny Rivers, then Lauri, performing with Bette Midler and Tanya Tucker and Kal doing a long stint with John Mayall and the Blues Breakers and also performing and/or recording with BB King, Peter Cetera, Paul Cotton, Smokey Robinson, Joe Walsh, Bonnie Raitt, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, Brian Wilson, Paul Young, Robbie Dupree and a host of others If you have the opportunity, don't miss an electrifying Kal David-Lauri Bono performance.

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Coyote Kings, Dave Fields, James Solberg, Scott Ellison, Jp Stingray

The Joint Chiefs

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By the time they joined forces in 1995, Eliot Osborn, Louise Lindenmeyr, and George Potts were already in command of their distinctly different musical personas: Mr. Osborn, a grumbling singer/songwriter of the John Hiatt kind, Ms. Lindenmeyr, a backwoods Ricky Lee / Norah Jones, and Mr. Potts, a powerfully clear tenor with a Lyle Lovett-like affection for fat free arrangements. Without really thinking about being a band, the three began to sing and play as one in a living room, wrapping themselves around " great songs… the kind that are so well written they are able to transcend the style in which they were originally conceived." Intrigued by what they heard, they billed themselves as the Joint Chiefs " because it created such a humorous uplink while placing us on equal footing" and headed out into the local watering holes. Over the next few years, the Chiefs expanded their domain, becoming somewhat of a regional phenomenon while marshaling an audience drawn to what Michael Eck of WAMC termed " their tight harmonies and loose attitude ".

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Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, Patty Griffin, Rickie Lee Jones, Simon & Garfunkel, Rodney Crowell and Eliza Gilkinson

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