Twenty7, DROM, Red Cross, Hurricane Sandy
Twenty7 kicks off its first US tour, starting in New York on December 1 and ending in Oakland on December 8, with popular pop-rock band Gripin from Turkey. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Red Cross to support victims impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
Twenty7 is a band based in Los Angeles that incorporates rock, funk, and ethnic music influences into a unique music style, taking on characteristics of East meets West, the old world meeting the new. It was nominated a top 100 unsigned act in the United States by respected trade publication MUSIC CONNECTION and described as “a world-class act that takes listeners on a journey with distinct peaks and valleys.” Now, the band is teaming up with Gripin, a band based in Istanbul, Turkey, that has performed over 200 concerts in its home country and across Europe during the last 2 years with internationally-known acts such as Cake, Evanescence, and Franz Ferdinand.
12/1 – New York, DROM
12/2 – Washington DC, Bayou
12/4 – Boston, The Middle East Upstairs
12/6 – San Diego, The Griffin
12/7 – Los Angeles, El Cid
12/8 – Oakland, Kimball’s Carnival
This tour is not to be missed. For more information about Twenty7, Gripin, and the upcoming tour, visit www.bandtwenty7.com or www.gripin.org.
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