Stick Men: Tony Levin (King Crimson), Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson), Markus Reuter

Stick Men: Tony Levin (King Crimson), Pat Mastelotto (King Crimson), Markus Reuter

Jul 30 2019 · Tue

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

$22 Advance / $25 Day of Show / $39 Seated

This event is 21 and over

Stick Men
Stick Men
STICK MEN - Tony Levin and Pat Mastelotto, the powerhouse bass and drums of the group King Crimson for several decades, bring that tradition to all their playing. Levin plays the Chapman Stick, from which the band takes it’s name. Having bass and guitar strings, the Chapman Stick functions at times like two instruments. Markus Reuter plays his self-designed touch style guitar – again covering much more ground than a guitar or a bass. And Mastelotto’s drumming encompasses not just the acoustic kit, but a unique electronic setup too, allowing him to add loops, samples, percussion, and more.

TONY LEVIN - Born in Boston, Tony Levin started out in classical music, playing bass in the Rochester Philharmonic. Then he started playing jazz and rock, having a notable career, recording and touring with King Crimson (since 1980), Peter Gabriel, John Lennon, Pink Floyd, Yes, Alice Cooper, Paul Simon and many more. He has also released 5 solo albums and has published books of poetry and photography. In addition to touring with Stick Men, he is currently a member of King Crimson and Peter Gabriel Band, and jazz band Levin Brothers with his brother pianist and keyboardist Pete Levin.

PAT MASTELOTTO - Very rarely does a drummer go on to forge the most successful career on the demise of their former hit band. Phil Collins and Dave Grohl have managed it, so too has Pat Mastelotto, a self taught drummer from Northern California, who has also been involved with pushing the envelope of electronic drumming. Pat has spent a lifetime jumping genres from pop, to prog, to electronica to world music with – among others – Mr. Mister, XTC, David Sylvian, The Rembrandts, Kimmo Pohjonen, and for the last 25 years with King Crimson.
Venue Information:
The Ardmore Music Hall
23 East Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA, 19003
http://www.ardmoremusic.com