Steve Sullivan and the Factory Record Release Concert Aboard the Minnesota Centennial Showboat
All offers for Evil Is A Man Made Thing CD Release Extravaganza have expired.
The last date listed for Evil Is A Man Made Thing CD Release Extravaganza was Saturday September 29, 2012 / 6:00pm.
Currently at Minnesota Centennial Showboat:
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Come Attend the gala affair for the release of our fourth studio album: Evil Is A Man Made Thing. Stroll down to the showboat in style, dressed to impress, and feel free to invite friends, family, parole officers, mistresses, and any other acquaintance who shares your unique and fine taste in music. All Ages, doors open at 6 pm followed by a concert at 7 pm. There will be drinks, dancing, butlers, gambling and more!
Born after nine months of spiritual possession, Evil Is A Man Made Thing emerges as a modern day masterpiece. On the band’s fourth studio album, Sullivan’s sorrowful songwriting and ragged voice have matured into a perfectly haunted séance of music from America’s sordid past. It is the first record with Sullivan’s tour de force line up of stellar young musicians including trumpet goddess Jessica Lynn Gates, piano and organ from Hundred Dollar Bill Hart, drums and percussion from Jason Sweet and upright bass from Matthew Blake.
About the Ticket Supplier: Steve Sullivan And The Factory
Steve Sullivan is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist. His music combines the Electric Blues of Muddy Waters and classic R&B - think Ray Charles - to a blend of heartfelt Americana. For a memorable night out, go see Steve Sullivan and the Factory at one of their energy-filled live shows