Monday, September 24, 2007

The Deadstring Brothers

The Bama Theatre and UA's Telecommunication and Film Department welcome to The Bama Theatre on October 17 at 8:00PM Bloodshot Records recording artists Deadstring Brothers.

The live performance will be filmed by an 11-person camera crew under the direction of Professor Joey Goodsell of the TCF Department. The resulting film will be mastered for a commercial release as a live DVD and later television broadcast.

The Detroit-based Deadstring Brothers will be touring in support of their new Bloodshot CD, "Silver Mountain," set for release on October 9.

Music critics have raved about and compared the Deadstring Brothers' sound to that of the "Exile"-era Rolling Stones, The Faces with Rod Stewart, The Band, The Flying Burrito Brothers - as well as Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris. The DSB's mixture of rock and roll, country, blues, and soul is the perfect synthesis of what Parsons termed, "Cosmic American Music."

General admission tickets are $5 and are available at Oz Music locations and at The Bama Theatre box office during events and day of the show.

Information: 205-222-7781.

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