SEA CLIFF'S ROGER STREET FRIEDMAN TO OPEN FOR LOS LOBOS ON TUESDAY, MARCH 4
Sea Cliff musician and songwriter Roger Street Friedman and his band will be opening for Los Lobos at their Mardi Gras show at the Bearsville Theater in Woodstock, New York this coming Tuesday, March 4. Mr. Friedman's rich blend of rock n roll, folk, blues, R&B, and country can be heard on his recently released cd "The Waiting Sky," from which the single "Time to Fly" has gotten considerable airplay on WFUV, the public radio station broadcasting from Fordham University that has helped bring exposure to many very talented indie-folk artists.
Mr. Friedman's band includes Sea Cliff musicians Frank Ferrara on electric guitar, and Matt Schneider on bass. Joining the group will be Jay Collins, who has played saxaphone with Greg Allman, Steely Dan and the Midnight Ramble Band, and Mac Gollahon whose trumpet playing can be heard on a number of hit records including David Bowie's "Let's Dance."
Los Lobos, the Mexican-American rock n' roll band with East LA roots, has of course enjoyed tremendous international reknown and commercial success for the past 30 years and is perhaps best known for its albums How Will the Wolf Survive? and the soundtrack to the 1988 film La Bamba.
Doors open at 7 pm and the show will begin at 8. Click here for a link to Roger Street Friedman's Facebook page and more information about the show.
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