The Everyone Orchestra is thrilled to announce a return to the Northeast, April 18th through April 20th, 2013 in Quincy, Mass., Philadelphia and New York. The Northeast run will feature Al Schnier (moe.) on guitar, Vinnie Amico (moe.) on drums, Kalmia Traver (Rubblebucket) on vocals, Alex Toth (Rubblebucket) on trumpet, Reed Mathis (Tea Leaf Green) on bass and Trevor Garrod (Tea Leaf Green) on keys Marco Benevento will join the lineup on keys in Philadelphia only. Fans can plan to see very special surprise guests to complete each night’s roster.
“I always look forward to playing with Everyone Orchestra,” states Schnier, a frequent participant. “It is one of my favorite gigs - ever. There is always a great cast of inspiring, top-notch players. You never know what surprises you'll discover along the way. I'm especially looking forward to playing with the members of Rubblebucket. They have become one of my favorite new bands and I've been wanting to do something with those guys for some time.”
The Everyone Orchestra presents a new combination of performers and improvisational musical conceptions at every show. The performances are centered around cues from Butler, written on a handheld whiteboards, conducting musicians on stage and at times encouraging every attendee to clap their hands or sing in sync with the band, effectively becoming the “choral” section. “Many of us have been through the ‘Everyone Orchestra transformation’ enough times, that it's gotten to the point where we're composing deep, multi-faceted songs on the spot,” comments Schnier.
The Northeast run begins at the South Shore Music Hall in Quincy, Mass. on Thursday, April 18th, followed by the Blockley in Philadelphia on Friday, April 19th and the Cutting Room in New York on April 20th. Tickets are available for purchase online thorough EveryoneOrchestra.com and venue websites.
Since conception in 2001, the Everyone Orchestra performed at music festivals including Jam Cruise, High Sierra and All Good in addition to many venues around the country like Sullivan Hall (New York), Quixotes (Denver) and the Charleston Pour House (Charleston, S.C.).
More information on the Everyone Orchestra is available at www.EveryoneOrchestra.com.
Media inquiries please contact Truth Wingfield (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Macro-Management Group (828.252.3678).
Everyone Orchestra Spring Tour Dates
3/7 Southland Ballroom Raleigh, N.C.
3/8 Southland Ballroom Raleigh, N.C.
3/9 Asheville Music Hall Asheville, N.C.
4/18 South Shore Music Hall Quincy, Mass.
4/19 The Blockley Philadelphia, Pa.
4/20 The Cutting Room New York, N.Y.