Here’s a peek…..
If you have been wondering why you haven’t been seeing me playing a ton of shows like normal, I woke up one day and realized that I had about five albums worth of really good material that I haven’t shared with you.
It’s time to start laying that down and getting you some new music.
Recording sessions have begun for a very ambitious project that I will tell you about in the coming weeks! Stay tuned and thanks so much for continuing to dig my music and follow what is happening in my little musical world.
Here’s one of the songs on the docket for the new record(s)
Delaware!!!! BR is heading back to the World Cafe Live at the Queen Theatre in Wilmington on December 18th to be apart of the monthly songwriter showcase!
It’s going to be awesome, and the lineup is chalk full of amazing performers.
tickets are $10, all ages, and are available here: http://queentickets.worldcafelive.com/event/1023629-december-singer-songwriter-wilmington/
BR will be sharing the stage with acclaimed guitarist Johnny A on December 17th, in Salisbury MD at Headquarters Live.
Don’t miss this show!
Tickets are $20…18 and over show!
link for show information and how to get tickets here:
Get your tickets for November 6th show at the Milton Theatre in Milton, Delaware for “an evening with Bryan Russo”, which will include a screening of my web series “Curtain Call: Historic Theatres of the Eastern Shore” and a special opening performance by young harmonica phenom Connor Filicko. Tickets are $20 and the show starts at 8pm.
Then on November 13th at Headquarters Live in Salisbury, MD you can see BR and the Tragic Figures and Lower Case Blues on the same night, on the same stage…..for one night only. Tickets are $10 and it’s an 18 and over show!
BR will be appearing at 2 upcoming music festivals in Delaware in October: The SoDEL wine and music fest on 10/17 and the LoDel music festival on 10/24.
On October 17th, BR will perform a solo set at the SoDel Wine and Music Festival (Independence Hall & Grounds, 23767 Samuel Adams Circle, in Millsboro, Delaware).
Also performing will be Paul Cullen (formerly of Bad Company), Lower Case Blues, and Erin Dickens from Manhattan Transfer, as well as many others.
Tickets are $75 per person and you can find all the information you need here:
ON 10/24, BR and the Tragic Figures will headline the first ever LoDel Music and Arts Festival at the 16 mile Brewery in Georgetown, DE.
Tickets and other information are here: http://www.lodelfestival.com/
Set times TBA.
Check “Shows” section for other upcoming dates.
Check it out: Episode 5 of our acclaimed webseries, “Curtain Call: Historic Theaters of the Eastern Shore”
This episode features the almost literal resurrection of the arts in Milton, Delaware.
BR will headline the historic Smyrna Opera House on 9/18…solo show at 8pm.
He’ll open (featuring Big Mike Noyes on mouth harp) for the legendary southern rockers the Marshall Tucker Band on September 25th in Wilmington at the World Cafe Live at the Queen Theater and…
BR and the Tragic Figures will showcase once again at the Dewey Beach Music Conference at Saturday 9/26 at 8pm.
The show is at the greatest rock n roll bar in the world: the Bottle and Cork in Dewey.
Ticket links for all shows are in the “shows” section.
And from the teaser department:
Big shows and festival announcements for October forthcoming.
Here is the ticket link for the night. Get your tickets now!!!
From the “I hope you check it out and dig it” Department:
Please have a look at Episode 4 of my webseries “Curtain Call: Historic Theaters of the Eastern Shore” as we head to the Smyrna Opera House in Smyrna, Delaware.
This series aims to tell the stories of not only the many historic theaters that are fighting for survival on the Eastern Shores of Virginia and Maryland and Coastal Delaware, but also the passionate souls who are leading that fight and caring for these theaters.