Silent Jam—Monitor Mixing for the Artist
Sunday, January 28 — 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
El Capitan (Level 4)
AES and TEC Tracks join forces to bring you this special Silent Jam session, where you will be able to audition, via wireless headphones, the specific monitor mix that each musician has requested onstage. Engineering this session will be Eagles' monitor mixer Mark Frink, and performing musicians will include Brian Hardgroove, John Kurzweg and Jono Manson, as well as special guests. This is Hardgroove’s second Silent Jam event at NAMM with Sennheiser, Yamaha and Ultimate Ears providing critical gear infrastructure. Tech 21 NYC, DR Strings and EBS Sweden will join in as well.
It is time again for the Annual Halloween Party and fund raiser for the homeless with Santa Fe Need and Deed. We will have live Music featuring John Kurzweg Band. As usual I will be making sterling silver prizes for best costumes. Remember to win the grand prize it must be home made and be something I have never seen before. this years grand prize will be valued at $1000.00. Also prizes for Best Male, Female and couple. Tickets will be $20.00 at the door please bring cash no credit cards will do. Get your room at the Court Yard at a reduced price call and ask for David Copher's Halloween 505-473-2800
The overwhelming response to ONE NIGHT BAND’s ‘one-off’ performance at this summer’s Santa Fe Plaza concert series, signaled to the band that they’d touched the hearts of Santa Fe’s incredibly supportive music lovers in a special way. 'An Evening Of Songs For America' was a powerful presentation of positive messaging delivered through an explosive and danceable collection of songs. After a review of the show and the ongoing audience reaction, John Kurzweg, Jono Manson and Brian Hardgroove decided to continue with ONE NIGHT BAND.
ONE NIGHT BAND will do an encore performance of 'An Evening Of Songs For America' on October 20th at Santa Fe’s Skylight Night Club. The show will begin at 8pm and will include the classics that made the first show such a success as well as new and original material.
‘Open admission’ (pay what you like) will be the door policy for the show!