Kimockowitz to Play Martyrs' in Chicago, 9/27-28
Steve Kimock, Martyrs, Steve Kimock, Dan Lebowitz
Legendary psychedelic guitarist Steve Kimock - "the guitar monk" - heads to Chicago's Martyrs' (3855 N. Lincoln Ave.) for a special two-night residency on September 27 and 28, 2013, with one of the outstanding guitarists on the jam band scene, Dan Lebowitz of ALO. Together, they're "Kimockowitz," and you can expect dual exploratory guitars you'll find nowhere else. They'll be joined by drummer John Morgan Kimock (Steve Kimock Band) and Ron Johnson (Karl Denson, Warren Haynes) on bass.
"KIMOCKOWITZ will be an experience unlike any other," says Kimock. "Definitely something not to miss."
Kimockowitz performs Friday, September 27th & Saturday September 28th at Martyrs?, (3855 N. Lincoln Ave.). Showtime is 9pm, tickets are $28 per night / $50 for both nights and $100 for both nights with the VIP package that includes a signed poster and meet and greet with the band. Tickets are available online at www.martyrslive.com or http://kimock.inticketing.com/events/336599
WHEN: Friday and Saturday September 27th & 28th
WHERE: Martyrs' - 3855 N Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL
COST: $28 / $50-2nights / $100-2nights VIP
TICKET LINKS: Friday / Saturday / VIP
ABOUT STEVE KIMOCK: A master of improvisation for nearly four decades, Steve Kimock has been inspiring music fans with his transcendent guitar speak, voiced through electric, acoustic, lap and pedal steel guitars. While one can say that his genre is rock, no one niche has ever confined him. Instead, through the years, he's explored various sounds and styles based on what's moved him at the time, whether it's blues or jazz; funk or folk; psychedelic or boogie; gypsy or prog-rock; traditional American or world fusion. For more info, visit www.kimock.com.
ABOUT MARTYRS': Martyrs' has been a cultural and musical establishment for nearly two decades. Built on the foundations of good beer, good food, and most importantly - good music; the venue has been able to attract some of music's most acclaimed live acts. They've featured such performers as Gov't Mule, Jack Johnson, Beck, and the Pretenders along with a whole slew of up-and-coming acts. Like a song that writes itself, there was a concept in place; Martyrs' would be dedicated to the musicians who give their life to their art. Staying true to the mission statement it continues to be a bright spot on the city's cultural landscape, booking everything from local Chicago acts to national mainstream shows. For more information please visit www.martyrslive.com or call 773.404.9494