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[Recommended] Mike Gordon, Barrymore Theatre, Nov. 17th, 8PM

Mike Gordon Barrymore Theatre, Nov. 17th, 8PM,  all ages, $20/$25, more info at trueendeavors.com Mike Gordon is the bassist for the band Phish and also plays the banjo, piano, guitar and does percussion.  Phish was formed in 1983 and blend together a wide variety of genres.  They're a fusion of rock, jazz and psychedelic.  The band broke up in 2004, but has reunited in 2009 and have begun to play together. Mike Gordon began to tour in his own solo band in 2003.  He put out his latest album "Moss" that was released last month. Here is Mike Gordon's song "Soulfood Man" from his album Inside In: Overall: This will definitely be a high energy and fun show to see.  Mike Gordon is a very well rounded musician and even has directed some films that have won awards. Why Should You Go?
  1. He's definitely an interesting person to check out.
  2. The Barrymore is a nice venue.
  3. Wednesday is a good night to go out on the town.


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11/15/2010 12:23PM
[Recommended] Mike Gordon, Barrymore Theatre, Nov. 17th, 8PM
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11/17/2010 12:52PM
Marco Esquandolas
Mike and his band brought it when they were here last fall, this year should be even better. Ask Cactus about his ficus. Do you have any tabouli, man?
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