Kortchmar McDonald Band with Special Guest Lipbone Redding Set for Bridge Street Live, 8/30
The Kortchmar McDonald Band with special guest Lipbone Redding are set to perform at Bridge Street Live on Friday, August 30, 2013 at 8:00 PM. Tickets are $17 GA, $27 VIP, and available at http://41bridgestreet.inticketing.com/events/325285.
Sometimes credited as "Danny Kootch," or "Dan Kootch," or "Kootch" (following his teenage nickname), Dan Kortchmar met James Taylor in the early '60s on Martha's Vineyard, and the two began to play folk gigs locally... More recently, in Spring 2010, Danny toured with his old and dear friends James Taylor and Carole King, with the original band-- Danny, Russ Kunkel, and Lee Sklar. He is recording his version of many of his songs that were recorded by JT, Don Henley, Fabulous Thunderbirds, and Jackson Browne, as well as newer originals.
Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, Tim McDonald started gigging professionally at 13 years-old, and played extensively throughout New England as a teenager. After high school, Tim moved to San Francisco where he was the singer and lead guitarist for the Charles Biscuit Band, one of San Francisco's biggest bands of the seventies. Then, it was on to LA, where he became a studio player/singer for live performance, TV and film. He now lives in CT, where he is part of the Kortchmar McDonald Band, as well as a busy local musician playing solo, band, and studio dates in the community.
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