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WHO: The Rhythmic Arts Project – TRAP
WHAT: The 23rd Annual TRAP Benefit featuring Pockets
With Táta Vega, Carl Graves, Eddie Tuduri, Chris Pinnick,
Jimmy Calire, Steve Nelson, Bill Bodine with a 4-piece horn section, and Rick Geragi. Surprise second drummer Just Announced ~ Grammy-award winning Vinnie Colaiuta, Luis Conte and Tony Braunagel will join the joyful noise on stage.
Special Guests: TRAP Students, Dion, Karen, Jayde, Ben, & Ryan
Grammy-Award winning drummer will be with the students – Tony Braunagel – to debut the new song written by Greg Sutton & Eddie “Rubbing Shoulders With Angels”
Emcee: Lin Aubuchon of KTYD-FM
WHEN:Saturday, December 11 7:30pm doors open, 8 pm show starts
WHERE: Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St., Santa Barbara
TICKETS:$65 General/Student tickets available at $30.00 with valid Student ID
INFO: Box Office (805)963-0761 Mon – Fri 9 – 5; Sat. 12 – 5
Online or by phone : https://checkout.lobero.com/16436
1-888-4LOBERO, Add $3 fee
ABOUT: The band Pockets is a band of studio players and vocalists who – combined and individually – have played on more than a thousand albums and CDs over the years. From Madonna to the band Chicago and Elton John, The Beach Boys, America, Rick Nelson and The Stone Canyon Band, Brenda Russel, Dave Mason, and Dobie Grey, to Del Shannon, JD Souther, Michael McDonald and, from Marianne Faithful to Oingo Boingo (just to mention a few).
Check out the Grammy winners and sidemen’s links to get the high caliber of talent assembled for this show.
These ultra-talented musicians have more credits you can check out on these sites:
TRAP supports children and adults with a unique scholastic curriculum addressing reading, writing, and arithmetic, social skills, and creative thinking. We are a peer studied methodology published in the journals of Special Education.
ACCESSIBILITY: Wheelchair & the Loop for those with hearing issues
Mission Stmt: The Rhythmic Arts Project empowers people with various disabilities to succeed in the world. We integrate drums and percussion instruments as creative learning tools that address life skills and enhance the mind, body, and spirit.