HeadCount's “Soundtrack to History”  ft. Everyone Orchestra w/ Steve Kimock + Members of The Disco Biscuits, moe., Snarky Puppy, Big Gigantic, Twiddle & more!

Live Election Results // Magic Hat Presents:

HeadCount's “Soundtrack to History” ft. Everyone Orchestra w/ Steve Kimock + Members of The Disco Biscuits, moe., Snarky Puppy, Big Gigantic, Twiddle & more!

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$25.00 - $250.00

This event is 21 and over

$25 GA Ticket ; $75 for VIP Ticket ; $250 for Benefactor Ticket

 

Watch the Election results roll in! 

HeadCount's “Soundtrack to History”
*As history unfolds before our eyes (and ears), Everyone Orchestra will create a dramatic, live “Soundtrack to History” - a night of music and entertainment unparalleled by any other election night event across the country.

*Every television and projection screen at Brooklyn Bowl will be showing live election results. The band will follow the state-by-state returns with all the fans, musically interpreting the results in real time and translating the mood of the crowd into improvisational jams.

*This first-of-its kind event features Everyone Orchestra’s Matt Butler as conductor, Steve Kimock, Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of the Disco Biscuits, Vinnie Amico of moe., The Snarky Puppy’s Jay Jennings and Chris Bullock, Jeremy Salken of Big Gigantic, Natalie Cressman of the Trey Anastasio Band and Jans Ingber formerly of The Motet.

*More special guests to be announced! This is the third time HeadCount and Magic Hat have teamed up for an election-themed concert. Previous shows featured appearances by Phil Lesh, Warren Haynes, Questlove, Joss Stone, The Disco Biscuits, Bela Fleck, Robert Randolph, John Medeski, Stanton Moore, Joe Russo and many others. Some were announced in advance and others were surprise guests.
Everyone Orchestra
Everyone Orchestra
The Everyone Orchestra conductor/founder Matt Butler has taken its participants, both on stage and off, on improvisational journeys with the most diverse of lineups at festivals, theaters and philanthropic events both nationally and internationally. A laundry list of hundreds of musicians, dancers, singers, guest conductors and community organizations have embraced the experience of EO in single shots of musical adrenaline to the soul. Tuning in to his energy, the band and audience utilize The Conductor as their pivot to the set mood of each passing jam as he communicates with the musicians using hand signs, whiteboard and assorted mime suggestions.

The list of Everyone Orchestra participants is an increasingly wide and intercontinental group including members of The Grateful Dead, Phish, moe., String Cheese Incident, The Flecktones, Club d'Elf, ALO, Tea Leaf Green and Adrian Belew, Taj Mahal, Maria Muldaur, Tuvan throat singers, live painters, dancers, chanters, choirs, hula hoopers, firespinners, jugglers, stiltwalkers, storytellers, a presidential candidate and hundreds of others among a growing legion of other performers.

Marching clearly into uncharted territory, The Everyone Orchestra balances the challenges of live group improvisation with triumphant tension and release conduits of music which head deep into the soul. This unique collaborative triumph of performance deeply encourages and requires audience interaction, its edge of your seat enthusiasm for what is next is the forte behind the continuous musical experiment of The Everyone Orchestra.
Steve Kimock
Steve Kimock
A master of improvisation for nearly four decades, Steve Kimock has been inspiring music fans with his transcendent guitar speak, voiced through electric, acoustic, lap and pedal steel guitars. While one can say that his genre is rock, no one niche has ever confined him. Instead, through the years, he’s explored various sounds and styles based on what’s moved him at the time, whether it’s blues or jazz; funk or folk; psychedelic or boogie; gypsy or prog-rock; traditional American or world fusion.

In recent years Kimock has played with groups such as Banyan, Jerry Joseph’s Little Women, the Everyone Orchestra, ALO, and post-String Cheese Incident electronica bands PRAANG (with EOTO) and Holy Kimoto! Once touted by Jerry Garcia as his “favorite unknown guitar player,” Kimock has also performed as part of Bob Weir’s Kingfish and RatDog, in addition to post-Grateful Dead ensembles including The Other Ones, Phil Lesh & Friends, and the Rhythm Devils featuring Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann. The guitarist has recorded and toured with Bruce Hornsby and worked extensively with Merl Saunders. Additionally, he has shared the stage with The Allman Brothers, Angélique Kidjo, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Miles, Derek Trucks, Elvin Bishop, Grace Potter, Grace Slick, Jorma Kaukonen, Keller Williams, Little Feat, Nicky Hopkins, Norton Buffalo, Papa John Creach, Peter Frampton, all members of Phish, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Stephen Perkins, Steve Winwood, Todd Rundgren and Warren Haynes, among many others.
Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits)
Marc Brownstein (The Disco Biscuits)
Marc Brownstein is best known as the bass player for the Philadelphia- based quartet The Disco Biscuits. The originators of “Trance-Fusion,” a style of electronic rock fused with improvisation, the Biscuits are among the most popular touring acts on the HeadCount roster, headlining major concert venues such as the Tweeter Center in Camden, NJ and the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City.

Marc helped create HeadCount in 2004 and is involved in all key decisions related to the organization. Marc attended the University of Pennsylvania with other members of The Disco Biscuits, and lives near Philadelphia with his wife, Deborah and three children.
Aron Magner (The Disco Biscuits)
Aron Magner is a Philadelphia-based musician best known as the keyboardist and founding member of The Disco Biscuits. Magner and The Disco Biscuits have been instrumental in bringing live and studio improvisational, electronic-based music to the forefront of the live music scene and, increasingly, to popular culture. Magner also plays with Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann in Billy and the Kids.
Vinnie Amico (moe.)
Vinnie Amico has been playing the drums for 34 years, 24 of them professionally. He has spent the last 17 years playing, recording, and touring with the band moe.. moe. has been touring for the past 22 years and continues to tour the world. He has also recently recorded with the newgrass/americana group Floodwood, and is currently on tour with them.
Snarky Puppy Horns
Jay Jennings (Trumpet) and Chris Bullock (Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet) of GRAMMY-Award winning Snarky Puppy. They have performed with Erykah Badu, Marcus Miller, Justin Timberlake, Kirk Franklin, Ari Hoenig, Roy Hargrove, and Snoop Dogg. While touring, the band has given over 100 clinics, workshops, and master classes in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and Mexico.
Jeremy Salken (Big Gigantic)
Jeremy Salken is one half of the is an instrumental livetronica, hip-hop and jazz musical duo Big Gigantic. Based out of Boulder, Colorado. They combine electronic beats with live saxophone and drums instrumentation.
Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band)
Raised in an eclectic musical household, Natalie Cressman has only continued to diversify and expand her musical universe. Still in her early 20s, the trombonist/composer/vocalist has assimilated the full range of her sonic influences into a startlingly mature, strikingly original voice that melds the sophistication of modern jazz with captivating storytelling and intoxicating melodies reminiscent of indie rock's most distinctive songwriters.

Cressman has spent much of the last four years touring the jam band circuit with Phish's Trey Anastasio, while also performing with jazz luminaries Nicholas Payton, Wycliffe Gordon, and Peter Apfelbaum.
Jans Ingber
Jans Ingber has been singing his heart out across the country for the last 10 years. His unique voice comes from the freedom of true soul music, traveling to and studying the musics of West Africa, Cuba, Brazil and playing with numerous musicians all across the country. Ingber previously was a founding member of the funk band The Motet.
Mihali Savoulidis (Twiddle)
Marco Benevento
Marco Benevento
For more than a decade pianist Marco Benevento has been amassing an extensive resume of composition and collaboration. His albums set forth a vision that connects the dots between MGMT and Tortoise on one side, Brian Eno and Brad Mehldau on the other. In the live setting, his performances reverberate with pulsating dance rock energy, which has led to numerous high profile appearances, ranging from Carnegie Hall to Celebrate Brooklyn, Newport Jazz to Bonnaroo. Benevento has been invited to open for The Books, Ben Folds and Rubblebucket, while headlining shows from coast to coast.

The 36-year old artist took a major step forward with the release of his 2012 album, TigerFace. The ten-track collection is painted in a myriad of sonic colors, shimmering with acoustic piano, synths and analog keyboards, while the songs are seemingly conceptualized from every wisp of melody that’s ever tickled his ear.

In 2014, Benevento returned to the studio to record his latest work with producer Richard Swift whose resume includes The Shins, Foxygen and Tennis. Together, they focused their attention on a collection of news songs Benevento had written that expand upon his lush instrumental piano rock to include vocals. The album, entitled Swift, will be released September 16 on Royal Potato Family.

As anybody who’s seen Marco Benevento perform can attest, with eyes closed, smile wide across his face and fingers free-flowing across the keys, the pianist is a satellite to the muse. With a devout and growing fan-base, Benevento is an artist whose story is only beginning to unfold.

Karina Rykman (of Marco Benevento)
Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl
61 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn, NY, 11249
http://www.brooklynbowl.com/

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