Saul Zonana, Matt Turk (of Deadgrass)
22 Rock City Road
Woodstock, NY, 12498
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
Watch & Listen
From Nashville TN, Saul Zonana is on the road again performing his "Solo Loops and Gadgets" show (what we call his one-man solo show)...
Probably best known for his work with Adrian Belew (both touring and in the studio), Saul has also worked live and/or in the studio with Ace Frehley, Crash Test Dummies, Blue Oyster Cult, Taylor Dayne, and soooo many others...
A successful solo artist in his own right, Saul has released over a dozen solo albums of his soulful and melodic brand of pop/rock; his music can be heard in many films and TV shows such as Crazy Love, Men In Trees, Party Of Five, 24, Wonderful World, Dirt, Beautiful People, Army Wives, and Arrested Development to name a few.
A few other personal highlights: being in the first American band to ever play in Red Square, Moscow, in front of 70,000 insane fans...was featured on the cover of Guitar Magazine with Carlos Santana, including a full feature article inside.
Matt Turk (of Deadgrass)
Web music authority All Music Guide calls him "...an artist to be reckoned with." A seasoned recording artist, multi-instrumentalist, eternal idealist and peace loving realist, Matt Turk is a veteran performer who has engaged audiences around the world, both as a rocking bandleader and an acoustic folk troubadour. He has shared the stage with Pete Seeger, opened for Judy Collins, The Doobie Brothers, Fiona Apple, The Grateful Dead's Mickey Hart, Dr. Ralph Stanley, John Entwistle, Keller Williams, David Bromberg, Ellis Marsalis, Del McCoury, Colonel Bruce Hampton and more. He has performed throughout the USA, Europe, Israel and the Caribbean, appearing at festivals and venues including Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival, Caramoor's American Roots Festival, the Gathering of the Vibes, Atlanta's Music Midtown, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Beacon Theatre and Brooklyn Bowl.
In 2015, Matt co-founded Deadgrass with Grammy award winner C Lanzbom celebrating the music of Jerry Garcia.
In 2014, Matt released Cold Revival, produced by David Dobkin, also a filmmaker, best known for directing "Wedding Crashers" and was recorded in Los Angeles at Matter Music. Rust Magazine named it 2014 Album of the Year. Guitar Player says, “On his latest release, Cold Revival, Matt Turk expertly weaves track after track of acoustic guitar and mandolin into a folk-rock fabric.” Relix says “appetizing and enjoyable.” Magnet, No Depression, Guitar World’s Acoustic Nation have also praised Cold Revival. Musicians on the album provide an impressive list of gentlemen including Russ Irwin (Sting, Aerosmith), Chris Joyner (Jason Mraz, Ray La Montagne, Sheryl Crow) and Dean Butterworth (Good Charlotte, Ben Harper). Matt composes, sings, plays acoustic guitar, mandolin and lap steel guitar.
In 2011, Matt scored the full-length documentary "The Lion of Judah," winner of several independent film festival awards. Matt's 2010 release American Preservation placed #20 on the folk charts FolkRadio.org and is a collection of well-loved classics, ranging from Taj Mahal to T. Rex. In February of 2008, Turk released the music video "The Fog of War" which featured special guest Pete Seeger. Acoustic Live's Richard Cuccaro called it "a remarkable video." Matt's cover of the Christmas classic "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" appeared on the soundtrack to the 2007 Warner Bros. film "Fred Claus."
His version of "America the Beautiful" has been called "arguably the definitive acoustic version" by Music News Nashville. Turk's solo discography also includes Turktunes (2000), What Gives (2002) and Washington Arms (2006). Mandolin Caravan's Desert Soul (2003) was a collaboration with Kevin Hupp and Gillen & Turk Backs to the Wall (2008) was a collaboration with Fred Gillen Jr.
In 1987, while a student at New York University, Matt teamed up with Marshall Madow and co-founded The Hour, shared the stage with Blues Traveler, opened for Richie Havens, Hot Tuna, Dave Matthews Band and released three albums: Hold Back the Reins (1989), and with drummer Carey Harmon (now in Railroad Earth), Fricker-Nicker Sessions (1991) and Songs of Sweden (1992). Around this time Turk became acquainted with producer Phil Ramone, during studio work singing with Phoebe Snow on Russ Irwin's debut. "Phil took an interest in my music and gave me a great tutoring on the craft of songwriting," remembers Matt.
For several years, Matt coordinated and hosted the Circle of Song and Jam tents at Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival. Matt is the Musical Director-in-Residence at Tamid NYC which meets in New York City at the historic 9/11 Chapel. He is a Faculty Member of the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music of HUC-JIR in Guitar Performance. Since 1997, Matt Turk serves as resident musician at Congregation B'nai Jeshurun in New York City and is an Arts Westchester Roster Artist. Matt served two terms (June 2010-June 2012) as President of the Board of Tribes Hill, the Hudson Valley kindred folk music organization. He lives in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY with his wife Ilana Arazie and son Leo.
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