Many new Bookings at Tupelo!

Jan 16, 2014 No Comments by

NEW HAMPSHIRE TICKET UPDATE
TUPELO NIGHT of COMEDY – Only 5 tickets remain.
MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUPSOLD OUT!
SISTER HAZEL– First show SOLD OUT! Tickets remain for second show.
PAULA COLESOLD OUT!
MARSHALL CRENSHAW– Only 36 tickets reain!
FRANCIS DUNNERY – Only 36 tickets remain!
JEFFERSON STARSHIPSOLD OUT!
ROYAL SOUTHERN BROTHERHOODSOLD OUT!
ED KOWALCZYK Only 50 tickets remain!
SHAWN MULLINS– Selling Fast!
Y&T – First show is SOLD OUT! Second show selling fast.
JON ANDERSON – Selling Fast!
RIK EMMETT – Selling Fast!
THE ENGLISH BEAT – Selling Fast!

OUR NEXT NEW HAMPSHIRE SHOWS
January 15 LIVE AT FRANK’S PLACE
This Month’s special (and FREE) show by Frank FM and Small Dog Electronics features killer guitarist GARY HOEY. I hope you got tickets because this one is sold out.

January 17 TUPELO NIGHT OF COMEDY
Only a few tickets remain for this great show featuring Mike Hanley, Orlando Baxter, and Jeff Koen.

January 18 THE ALTERNATE ROUTES
The Alternate Routes is an American rock band who’ve been writing songs, playing shows, and touring in their trusty Ford Econoline Van for over a decade. Comprised of vocalist Tim Warren and guitarist Eric Donnelly, these Connecticut boys have brought their music to venues across the U.S., Canada and Europe, and spend a great deal of time writing and recording in their home away from home, Nashville.

Taking pride in their unique sound and versatility, The Alternate Routes are equally comfortable getting loud as a six piece in a rock club, or stripping things down as an acoustic duo for theaters and intimate venues. “I think that is our best quality. Some say it is our biggest weakness, but I think we genuinely enjoy all of those situations, so that is what we write,” says Donnelly.

More than a decade into a career that has thrived through changing record labels, shifting lineups, and the many highs and lows that come with life on the road, The Alternate Routes remain committed to focusing on the things they can control, forgetting about the things they can’t, and doing what they do best. “Tim has a big voice, and I play a big guitar. That’s what we do. All these years later that’s the only thing that hasn’t changed.” (Listen)


NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW BOOKINGS
March 21 JOHN EDDIE
On the roller coaster of his career so far, John Eddie has had enough big breaks, hard luck, new beginnings, false starts, serious adventure and big fun to inspire a boxed set’s worth of country songs. He’s had the sort of life – often hard-scrabble, occasionally charmed — that other artists only imagine, or have someone else write about for them. John has managed to document a lot of this on Who The Hell Is John Eddie?, his debut disc for Lost Highway, along with details of assorted dreams, wishes, romances, and regrets. He really has spent endless days and nights on the road, playing the “shit-hole bars” he so hilariously and accurately recalls. And he’s endured the heckling of alcohol-fueled patrons wanting to hear Skynyrd and Petty and demanding to know, Who The Hell Is John Eddie?” – johneddie.com

“John Eddie is a badass— Eddie writes like a cowboy poet, a rock ‘n’ roller and a country tunesmith all rolled into one. Part Steve Earl, part Guy Clark, part Springsteen, John Eddie is one hell of an artist, and if you didn’t already know him, you will soon.”
Performing Songwriter (Listen)

March 28/29 PETER WOLF
America’s answer to Mick Jagger, and you know the hits; “Love Stinks, Centerfold, Freeze Frame, Lookin’ For Love—and on and on. As the frontman, lead singer, songwriter for the J. Geils Band, Peter’s fast talking antics and larger than life on stage persona are iconic images in the world of Rock N’ Roll.

Peter was born in the Bronx, New York. He planned a career as an artist, but he got a job in the late 1960s as a disc jockey on Boston FM radio station WBCN and began exploring his interest in blues and rhythm and blues music, giving himself the nickname “the Wolfa Goofa”, sometimes expanded to “the Wolfa Goofa with the Green Teeth” (as mentioned in the intro to the semi-hit “Must Have Got Lost” on J. Geils Band’s Blow Your Face Out album). Later as solo artist he called himself Woofa Goofa Mama Toofa. He, Paul Shapiro, Stephen Bladd, Doug Slade and Joe Clark formed a group called the Hallucinations who performed with The Velvet Underground, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters, Van Morrison, John Lee Hooker, and Sun Ra. He then saw the J. Geils Blues Band in concert and quickly joined. He was the vocalist and frontman, and often acted as a sort of manager. Wolf was known for his charismatic stage antics of fast-talking quips and “pole-vaulting” with the microphone stand. He and keyboard player Seth Justman were responsible for most of the songwriting. Creative differences followed their Freeze Frame album, causing the J. Geils Band and Peter Wolf to part ways in 1983. (Listen)

April 12 TUPELO NIGHT OF COMEDY
This comedy night features Graig Murphy and Mike Prior. Tupelo’s comedy nights are always a great time. Buy a table and bring friends!

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