Levitt Amp greensboro

Greensboro | North Carolina

Tom Principato

May 15, 2016 at 7pm

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Tom Principato has spent the last 40+ years as a guitarist and singer based in his hometown of Washington, D.C. In the 1970's, Tom was leader of the legendary band Powerhouse, an East Coast phenomenon whose album "Night Life" was met with critical acclaim. Tom also did a one year stint with Geoff Muldaur and recorded an album "I Ain't Drunk" (Hannibal/Island Records 1980) with the band Geoff Muldaur and His Bad Feet, members of which included Andy Stein (Asleep At The Wheel), Mark Kazanoff (Earl King) and Sarah Brown (Lou Ann Barton).  

www.tomprincipato.com 


Opening Act

Starting at 6pm

The Healing Blues Project

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The Healing Blues Project project invites people that are experiencing need such as homelessness, income inequality, PTSD or abuse, to tell a story of their challenges to participating blues musicians. Blues musicians will collaborate with the storyteller to write and perform a song that will be included in The Healing Blues Project album crediting both the collaborators with the creation of the song. The healing process of talking about and memorializing one’s struggle in living music permeates this project as it has permeated The Blues since the beginning of the genre. 

The Healing Blues Project will work to bring musicians and storytellers together, facilitate the recording of the songs and organize a concert that will raise money to benefit the IRC (Interactive Resource Center) located in Downtown Greensboro, North Carolina.

www.cdbaby.com/cd/thehealingblues

 

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Location

1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States
Jimmie I. Barber Park
1500 Dans Rd, Greensboro, NC 27401, United States

Contact

ArtsGreensboro
info@artsgreensboro.org
336-373-7523
https://www.artsgreensboro.org/

Location Info

For all concerts, grounds will open at 5pm, with the opening act starting at 6pm and the headliner starting at 7pm—unless indicated otherwise. All concerts should end by 8:30pm.

Parking

Over 250 paved parking places are available within Barber Park. Overflow parking will be made available at the Hayes-Taylor YMCA. Volunteers and signage will be on-site to help you find safe and convenient parking.

Please refrain from parking along streets in the surrounding residential neighborhoods.

Park Rules

Alcohol will be on-sale, therefore North Carolina law stipulates that no outside alcohol may be brought into the event. All alcohol purchased at the event must be consumed within the confines of the amphitheater/designated event area.

  • No weapons or firearms
  • No animals or pets
  • No fires or grills
  • No unauthorized vehicles driving or parking on unpaved surfaces

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