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The Slambovian Circus Of Dreams Lands At The Acoustic Cafe In Park Ridge, NJ
The Slambovian Circus of Dreams Lands
at The Acoustic Café Saturday, April 26
When: Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 8 PM
Where: Our Lady of Mercy Academy, 25 Fremont Ave. Park Ridge, NJ 07656
Tickets: $25 advance online & $28 at the door www.cafeacoustic.org 201-573-0718
Proceeds benefit the OLM St Vincent’s Haiti Scholarship fund.
Formed in Sleepy Hollow, New York over a decade ago, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams (AKA The Grand Slambovians) pioneered the alt-folk/americana genre, staying on the fringes of the music industry and under the radar while producing several critically acclaimed studio albums. ‘A Box of Everything’ the band’s next release (due out April 1st, 2014) is a compilation of the ‘Greatest Hits’ you’ve never heard from this reclusive band.
Their melodic avant-folk conjures a quirkier Tom Petty or fuller Buffalo Tom with an exotic instrumental arsenal. If you like Dylan, Bowie, The Decemberists, you’ll find a lot to love about this band which features an otherworldly slide mandolin, accordion, cello and styles ranging from dusty Americana ballads to Pink Floydesque cinematic anthems. Headlining major music festivals and venues across the US, Canada and UK, they built their career from the ground up with a loyal fan base supporting them all the way.
Fronted by songwriter Joziah Longo (vocals/guitar/harmonica) the band features guitarist/mandolin player Sharkey McEwen (think lovechild of David Gilmour and Duane Allman); multi-instrumentalist Tink Lloyd (accordion, cello, uke, theremin, melodica); and Eric Puente (Percussion).
“Casting a wide net, their music energizes anyone who hears it.” ~ Relix Magazine
“Songs imbued with mystical stirrings and idealism…..they took the stage by storm!” ~ New York Times