Wednesday, February 25, 2009

TMI at Coyote Moon Pub, Feb. 28

TUCSON (Observer Update) - Too Much Information (TMI) performs at The Moon, 915 West Prince Road, Saturday, February 28, 8:30 p.m. - $5 cover.

Don't miss TMI and our special guest! Experience the keyboard sorcery of Phoenix's Stevie Gold, who will sit in for another night of fun and frolic at The Moon! A show you won't want to miss! We're as excited about it as you are. Check out our new songs--plus we've dusted off a couple of songs from our early days and put them back on the set list.

TMI plays classic rock, blues, folk, and a growing list of mixed-genre original tunes. The band covers a wide range of artists, from Eric Clapton to Linda Ronstadt to Muddy Waters to The B52s. TMI's music is universally fun and familiar, with a broad appeal to youth and seniors alike. The band represents a diverse spectrum of cultures and identities, which is evident in the selection and arrangement of the tunes they choose--and especially in their originals.

Their musical versatility is apparent in every set. Not only do they play a wide range of pop, rock, funk, and blues, but five of the six take the main mic from time to time. Lead singer Michael Woodward's bluesy tenor voice is complimented by the rich vocal blends of Traci Payer, Jennifer R. Lopez (rhythm guitar), Jerry Diaz (percussion) and Bruce Blackstone (lead guitar & harmonica). The instrument section showcases the lead guitar magic of Blackstone, a Tucson music scene veteran formerly of Tucson favorites the Rusty Boys, the Wayback Machine, and the Dave Marsh Band. Sandra Starling keeps the party hopping on bass.

Be sure to get there early for a good seat!

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