KARL DENSON'S TINY UNIVERSE
w/ The Grooveliner & Brother Francis and The Soultones
Friday August 17
$25 Advance | $30 Day Of
Doors 6pm // Show 8pm
Atomic Cowboy Pavilion | 21+ unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Event is Rain or Shine.
Atomic Cowboy has seated dining inside until 10pm. Seating is first come first serve. Doors are 6pm unless stated otherwise, so come early, claim your spot and enjoy!
Limited Seating Available.
No Coolers. No Lawn Chairs.
For ADA seating or to reserve a party of 20 or more in advance, email us at email@example.com
Karl Denson's Tiny Universe, highly regarded as one of the best live bands on the planet, gets back on the road showcasing material from their long-awaited forthcoming studio album, as well as previous acclaimed KDTU recordings like 'New Ammo' and 'The Bridge.' The current KDTU touring lineup is comprised of Richmond guitarist DJ Williams, former drummer of The Greyboy Allstars, Zak Najor and current bassist Chris Stillwell also of The Greyboy Allstars, Crush Effects’ keyboardist David Veith, Seattle trumpeter Chris Littlefield and ace slide and lap steel guitarist Seth Freeman. Karl Denson is known as a founding member of seminal funk outfit The Greyboy Allstars and sideman of Lenny Kravitz, Slightly Stoopid and his current role touring a part of The Rolling Stones touring band.
The Grooveliner is an original funk/rock/latin band made up of 6 St. Louis music veterans (3 from Big Brother Thunder and 3 from North of the Quarter). Featuring gang vocals, a 3 piece horn section and a solid rhythm section to back them up, they put on a high energy, put on your dancin' shoes show every time. Their first album, Toby's Basement, was released in January 2017 and album number 2 is in preproduction now.
Frank Ladish- Guitar, vocals
Jacob Zengerling- Bass
Ryan Benthall- Keyboards
Taylor Perkins - Drums
Here we stand where vibrations fly between people sharing an experience of love and pain. Keepin' the groove true; groove with us and we'll groove for you.
There was a legendary musician who coined a term 'electric church' in reference to the live music experience. The vibrations of the electric guitars, the drums, and the speakers equating to the energy in the room. We all have an appreciation for music, the beautiful sounds that reflect our humanity. The love and pain, wrong and right, hot and cold, day and night. These sounds embody the energy of inspiration flowing naturally as the seasons. Soul, for its heart, its sweet surrender, and joy. Rock, for its raw emotion, epic heights, and foundation. Funk, for its groove, its ass shaking, and mash potatoes.