Jono Stewart's Big Mistake, Gull, Leo Suarez, A Horse Called Doxology
1621 W. Broad Street
Richmond, VA, 23220
Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM
Jono Stewart's Big Mistake
Jono Stewart is a composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist currently based in Richmond, Virginia. He is best recognized for his work as a bass guitarist and as a leader of groups with unorthodox concepts that focus on ensemble composition. His projects have explored ideas including improviser's orchestras, sound games, and the incorporation of extemporary multimedia elements in dynamic group installations.
These projects represented collectively include:
- free rock
- avant garde talk show downloaded from the deep web
- Jono Stewart plays a bass guitar, handmade synthesizer, drum set, microphone, mixer/effects pedals, and acoustic guitar in an experimental/installation music setting as a solo concept
- experimental electronic music
Donald J. Quixote:
- improvisor's orchestra/noise rock band
Jono Stewart is also an active member of Blake Hawley's Gas Station Mentality and co-leads a modern jazz group called Stephanie Ozmond with NYC trombonist Eric Quinn. He was a touring guitarist in #powerhorse, the late NYC rock band experience. He is grateful to have recieved a musical education from New York University and the Duke Ellington School of the Arts.
Nathaniel Rappole’s solo project Gull is best described as a drum; a living, breathing, squawking drum that cries out assorted music of creatures past and delivers it from a single unique perspective; a communal music broadcast of blood and bile left as an offering on the altar of sound.
Gull has been active for more than a decade and has recorded a 7", 2 EP's and 2 full length albums and has spent the better part of the past 5 years touring vigorously ~ playing venues, on the streets and in the wilds of North and Central America, Kenya and Europe.
Gull has toured in support of White Rabbits, Tres Mts and RNDM and has shared the bar arena with the likes of Silver Apples, Girl Talk, Deerhoof, Adrian Belew, Panda Bear and Melt Banana...
In 2012 Gull was featured in a movie about music in Mexico called Hecho en Mexico (Netflix), and in 2014 he produced, hosted and performed in a documentary on street/public music and culture in Kenya (Street Muse: Kenya), which premiered at The Fowler Museum at UCLA in Los Angeles, CA on August 21st, 2014.
American musician based in Tampa, Florida.
A Horse Called Doxology
RVA freerange and organically brewed noise soundscapes from two Louis Armstrong Award recipients.
$5 ADV, $7 DOS
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