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Star Kitchen with Zilliwatt

Hartford

DETAILS

Sat, September 21, 2019
Hartford, CT
Doors: 7 PM
Show: 8 PM

Ticket INFO

Price: $20 - $35

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GENRE

Funk / Rock n' Roll
Star Kitchen

plus special guests: Rob Somerville & Rob Volo (Deep Banana Blackout) and Adrian Tramontano (Kung Fu)

Star Kitchen is on a mission. The Philadelphia super-group led by Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits) also features world class musicians Marlon Lewis (Lauryn Hill, John Legend), Rob Marscher (Matisyahu, Addison Groove Project), and Danny Mayer (Eric Krasno Band). Having only been a band for one short year,  in that time, the accomplishments have been piling up fast. Boasting sold out shows from NYC to New Orleans, the band has quickly established themselves as a “not to be missed” presence at festivals and venues around the country, welcoming the likes of Robert Randolph, Karl Denson, Eric Krasno, Jeremy Schon, Jen Hartswick, Natalie Cressman, James Casey, Eddie Roberts and more to the stage. Looking ahead to the fall they will be appearing at Resonance Festival as well as hitting the road with Umphrey’s Mcgee, the Motet, and Galactic!

Star Kitchen ft Marc Brownstein, Danny Mayer, Marlon Lewis, and Rob Marshcher

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starkitchen.hilinemerch.com

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Artist Bio

Zilliwatt

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www.Zillawatt.Com

Zillawatt is a kinetic trip through the space between funk, jazz-fusion, and rock, bringing a mix of instrumental not-your-average-jam tunes combined with soul-funk inspired songs featuring powerhouse vocals. Forming the current lineup in late 2018, Zillawatt has been quickly making waves throughout the Northeast with engaging and danceable original music - moving from the bars to festival stages in just a few short months.

LINEUP:

Blake Ford - Guitar

Connor Oyster - Bass/Vocals

Matt Kampe - Sax/Keys/Vocals/Synth

Nate Lawson - Drums

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