NOVEMBER
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Bonita, CA 91902
(619) 201-0520
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November 8 @7:30
  • "For David Wilcox, music is a personal compass for finding his way home.  Lining it
    up with something deep inside, his words become image-filled poetry that dance to an
    internal rhythm.  Challenging situations, elusive ideas, and long-suppressed feelings are
    directed into inspiring metaphors of hope.  Coupled with a seamless melody, it is all
    delivered in the language of his heart." ~ Performing Songwriter

  • "Fueled by brilliantly articulate guitar, an honestly pretty baritone, and deft lyrics, he
    combines the best of both pop and modern folk aesthetics." ~ Boston Globe

  • "Factor in a strong acoustic guitar technique that eschews simplistic strumming in
    favor of expressive finger-picking, and a pleasant voice that sounds like a more
    insistent, fuller bodied James Taylor, and you have a solid solo- acoustic performer
    who will make his way even if he doesn't serve ear candy." ~ Los Angeles Times

  • "But Wilcox has that specific inner light - he can carry any issue of significance to him
    straight into a listeners heart... And when he does it, to borrow one of his song titles,
    he makes it look easy." ~ LA Weekly

  • "The concert was an incredibly cleansing experience.  Songs with passionate, beautiful
    lyrics sung in a soulful voice, backed by crisp acoustic guitar arrangements that took
    me on an emotional roller-coaster ride (I know, kind of sounds like a wine steward
    describing a fine Burgundy, right?)" ~ Kevin Nealon in Spin Magazine
November 17 @ 7:30pm
An Evening With.....
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
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ROWS 7-17
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
*
NO REFUNDS *
The Trashcan Sinatras are thrilled to announce their One Night, Two Albums 2019 North American acoustic
tour!

After 2018’s tours where they played
Cake and I’ve Seen Everything in their entirety, Frank, John, and Paul are
looking forward to another go around – this time playing
A Happy Pocket and Weightlifting (celebrating its 15
year anniversary) from start to finish.

Scottish indie pop stalwarts the Trashcan Sinatras were founded outside of Glasgow in 1987 by singer/guitarist
Frank Reader (the brother of ex-Fairground Attraction singer Eddi Reader), guitarists John Douglas and Paul
Livingston, bassist George McDaid, and drummer Stephen Douglas.  Initially formed as a cover band, they were
performing in a local bar when they were discovered by Go! Discs label representative Simon Dine.  Their first
single, the superb "Obscurity Knocks," appeared in early 1990, evoking the jangly guitar pop crafted by Scottish
bands like Aztec Camera, Orange Juice, and Josef K a decade earlier. A second Trashcan Sinatras single, "Only
Tongue Can Tell," preceded the release of the quintet's debut LP, Cake, which met with a positive response on
both sides of the Atlantic; in the U.S., it became a particular favorite on college radio.

Their 2010 show at AMSDconcerts was excellent -- and we're really looking forward to their return!
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*** Reserved Seating - $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 8 (+/- 1 row)
Rows 1-6:
*** Premium Seating - $35 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your Premium Seat order will be filled in Row 4 (+/- 1 row)
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The word legend certainly applies to Lydia Pense and Cold Blood…and not in some past tense-
make-a-living-as-an-oldies-act sort of way either. Pense can still shout like a 60's soul diva and
purr a slow blues tune with spine-tingling subtlety.

Cold Blood, as a whole, features a stellar group of musicians, including Steve Dunne on guitar,
Steve Salinas on keyboards, a gritty-growling horn section comprised of Rich Armstrong and
Rob Zuckerman along with a stellar rhythm section featuring Evan Palmerston on bass and
Donny Baldwin on drums. The band members are all veteran Bay Area musicians who have
played with many great artists including Elvin Bishop, Jefferson Starship, Boz Skaggs, Albert
Collins and more.

Of course, there is Lydia -- who still has the chops with the patina of a seasoned veteran who's
done and seen it all. Together she and the band continue to twist together R&B into something
that doesn't have a label.  On any given night, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood power through their
historic essentials, like "You Got Me Hummin'," "I Just Want To Make Love To You," "I'm A
Good Woman," and "Down to the Bone."

With their new CD, "
Soul Of The Gypsy" turning heads across the country, fans are
remembering just what has been missing from music in the last few decades. The 12 songs
exemplify how a performer can take great strides forward, without forgetting her roots.  
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
*
NO REFUNDS *
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
Rows 7-17:
*** Reserved Seating - $25 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 8 (+/- 1 row)
Rows 1-6:
*** Premium Seating - $35 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 4 (+/- 1 row)
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
ROWS 1-6

ROWS 7-17
Rows 7-17:
*** Reserved Seating - $30 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 9 (+/- 1 row)
TICKET INFORMATION:
NOTES:  Next orders filled in row indicated (approximate -- +/- 1 row)        
............All tickets are Will Call (pick up at theater on night of concert)
*
NO REFUNDS *
Rows 1-6:
*** Premium Seating - $40 (+ $2/ticket fee) ***
Your ticket order will be filled in Row 5 (+/- 1 row)
David Wilcox finds inspiration wherever he looks. The songs in turn provide inspiration to longtime listeners as
well as those finding him for the first time. It’s in the song and the craftsmanship; it’s medicine for the soul; it’s
story; it’s a restless spirituality.

Whatever it is, it serves many purposes, even for the songwriter himself. “All these songs are the blazes on the
trail, the stuff I need to hear in order to remember on a daily basis,” he says, acknowledging his own path. “It
would have been easier if I could have heard these songs 20 years ago, but that isn’t how it works. I had to live it
to be able to sing it.”

Considered a 'songwriter's songwriter,' his songs have been covered by artists such as k.d. lang and many others.  
In addition to his writing prowess, his skills as a performer and storyteller are unmatched.  He holds audiences
rapt with nothing more than a single guitar, thoroughly written songs, a fearless ability to mine the depths of
human emotions of joy, sorrow, and everything in between, and all tempered by a quick and wry wit.