Tao Rodriguez-Seeger at the Triple Door
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The last date listed for Tao Rodriguez-Seeger was Friday July 16, 2010 / 8:00pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm).
Currently at The Triple Door:
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Sex, drugs, rock 'n' roll, druids, Vikings, Hindu goddesses ... and one little bumble bee with a big problem -- what else could they possibly have packed into this explosive, sexually charged, '70s-inspired psychedelic show? Dancers, singers and live musicians? Oh, don't worry -- they've got plenty of those, as well. The first staging of this exotic and exciting show since 2011, the Triple Door will soon find itself filled with a colorful kaleidoscope of choreographed dances, sexy burlesque performances and impressive live music featuring what The Examiner described as "powerful, mind-blowing vocals ... the band alone is worth the price of admission." So come strap yourself in for a 90-minute extravaganza of non-stop, Broadway-style excess at House of Thee Unholy. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from UrbanLiving206
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First the opening act was canceled. Then the main act was running late, so doors opened an hour later than expected (Goldstar sent an email but we didn't see it in time). Tao was much more rock than folk - ok, but not what we hoped for. To be fair, the description did mention he likes to add rock to his folk. As a vegetarian, I could only eat one entree on the menu and it was so-so.
Music is in his blood. Fusing the folk styles of his family heritage with contemporary rock 'n' roll, Tao Rodriguez-Seeger’s music breaks all barriers of traditional folk bringing a unique and distinctive sound to the table.
Born into a musical family in Poughkeepsie, New York, Tao is the eldest grandchild of folk singer Pete Seeger. Tao spent his childhood in Nicaragua where his father was a war correspondent, making documentary films about the Sandinista revolution. With little access to pop music in Nicaragua, Tao cherished his AC/DC and Metallica cassettes along with the two tapes he had of his grandfather’s music. Here began the merging of rock and folk music that would come to influence Tao in his musical career.