“David Byrne and St. Vincent are musical geniuses that create a unique sound. Plus the venue is pretty sweet! Thanks for the tickets.” – Matthew S. “The Steve Martin and Edie Brickell show was easily my favorite concert of the year. Thank you to Drusky Entertainment and Hugh Twyman for the free tickets!!” – Cathy N.
Thanks to everyone who entered last week and we continue today with the giveaways courtesy of the always awesome folks at Drusky Entertainment.
All you have to do is email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the performer you are interested in seeing in the subject line and the name of the person who will bring I.D. to will call the night of the show, good for two tickets. This contest runs until Friday (7/19) afternoon when the winners will be randomly drawn and contacted. As always, thanks for participating and good luck!
“The first time I heard any of this music, Steve was giving me a lift home after a Nat Baldwin show. We were going up Allen Street in Manhattan, and I’d finally convinced him to play me something from the new album. “This is going to be the last song,” he said, and put on “Luna.” OK, maybe I’d had a couple of beers, but in the dark of night the lights of passing cars and neon signs glowed molten and forlorn just like Steve’s guitar, and there was a serene space in the music as if it were the eye of a storm. It was one of those times when surroundings, moment and music combine to make a powerful impression. I’ll always remember it. And that’s a big part of Delicate Steve – the mystical synergy that music can have with life. It’s why the new album is called Positive Force. “I want to put out a positive feeling,” says Steve. “It’s so much more fun to get people all excited and uplifted.”
Check out tha band’s official Website, Facebook and Twitter. My thanks to Steve for taking a few moments to participate in this edition of First/Last.
Thanks, Steve. Looking forward to the set tonight.