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Friday, November 3rd, 2017
11:00 PM
The Music of Phish & the Grateful Dead Reimagined for Solo Piano
Texture, nuance, and a gift for dexterous high-wire improvisation are the hallmarks of San Francisco-based classically trained pianist Holly Bowling, who infuses jam band music with a technically advanced, emotionally rich style.  After studying piano performance at SF State University, Bowling has turned her agile mind and interpretive prowess to the works of Phish on 2013’s Distillation Of A Dream album and the newly released Grateful Dead focused Better Left Unsung (released December 9, 2016 through The Royal Potato Family).  Her instantly compelling playing and unerring ability to successfully collaborate with other musicians in an impressive array of styles has brought her to the attention of Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Branford Marsalis, and other luminaries who’ve asked Bowling to perform with them, and led to her being featured both as a solo artist and band collaborator as part of this years Christmas Jam hosted by Warren Haynes.  Already a rising star on the festival circuit, Bowling plans to expand her solo touring in 2017 and beyond.

For more information:
http://hollybowling.com
http://royalpotatofamily.com/artists/holly-bowling
http://facebook.com/hollybowlingmusic
Holly on NPR's The Takeaway

Video Links
Tahoe “Tweezer” reimagined for solo piano
“Eyes Of The World” - for JamBase's Songs Of Their Own
December 31st, 2016 - Cutting Room

Doors: 7:30pm  Show 8:00pm
Tickets: $25 adv $25 door
This show is All Ages!
www.hollybowling.com