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Finally, The Contribution Returns....

New postby El Ron » Fri Nov 18, 2011 12:36 pm

The Contribution returns to Colorado for two concerts: Friday Dec 16th and Saturday 17th, 2011.

The Contribution is pleased to announce they will be playing at the 9th Annual Mark Vann Foundation Holiday Benefit Show on December 16th at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado.
Also performing: Great American Taxi featuring Vince Herman & special guests, Bill McKay Band, Andrew McConathy and the Drunken Hearts, and the Banjorchestra.
Friday December 16, 2011, 8:00 pm
Tix: $24.50 18+ show. Under 18 can enter accompanied by adult.

The Contribution and Great American Taxi will also be playing in Old Town Fort Collins at Hodi's Half Note on Saturday, December 17th.
Saturday December 17, 2011, 9:00 pm
Tix: (TBA) All Ages

The Contribution: Tim Carbone - Railroad Earth (violin, guitar, vocals) Phil Ferlino - New Monsoon (keyboards, vocals) Jeff Miller - New Monsoon (lead guitar, vocals) Keith Moseley - String Cheese Incident (bass) Sheryl Renee - Black Swan Singers (vocals). We're proud to announce Matt Butler from the Everyone Orchestra will now be occupying the drum seat. Jason Hann's busy schedule with his band Eoto will prevent him from continuing with the band. We wish him all the luck and send him all our love!

The Contribution released its first studio album "Which Way World" in March 2010 (on SCIfidelity) to resounding critical acclaim. Dennis Cook of Jambase wrote "Which Way World is some of the most controlled, beautiful playing any of these musicians has done on record." Their live shows are equally impressive. They always leave the crowd cheering and wanting more. Be sure to catch them while they're in Colorado! "I had such a great time... I will do anything to see them play again live." - Brian Spady,
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