St. Joe Jack & The Good Time Co. wsg/ The Brandino Extravaganza

 

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8:00 pm

January 7, 2022

St. Joe Jack returns to The Livery with his backing band, “The Good Time Company” and brings special guest: Brandino Extravaganza to join the fun!

Friday, January 7th
8PM show
“Honor Cover” ($10 suggested admission)

This double-bill of loop pedal specialists will feature an opening set from Brandino and his one-man-band-loop pedal extravaganza, before joining St. Joe Jack & The Good Time Co. for some sit-ins during the full-band closing set! (You might recognize Brandino from past Livery shows with May Erlewine and Max Lockwood!)

ST. JOE JACK: “St. Joe Jack is an eclectic mix of positive energy and excitement. Accompanied by his guitar, loop pedal, banjo, and several odd instruments Jack set’s the stage to take you to a new world of music that will keep you dancing all night long. Everything from Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Beatles, new pop, old jazz, as well as original music, he makes it easy to join in the fun! In 2019 Jack played a tour at 100 Breweries in 100 Days and as of recent has been spotted playing on the roof of the State Theatre in Kalamazoo. Better bring a dance partner, you don’t wanna miss this!”

BRANDINO EXTRAVAGANZA: The Brandino Extravaganza is the new title for the years-in-the-making brainchild of the extremely active and borderline omnipresent Grand Rapids, MI musician Brandon “Brandino” Proch, formerly known as “El Brandino”. Brandino decided that it was time for a small re-inventing, a fresh name, and a removal from the ever-looming feeling of potential cultural appropriation. The hope, however, is that the music stays the same, save for being more, well, extravagant!

At a typical show, Brandino attempts to wrangle the stage all by his lonesome, with a loop-station, guitar, cajon drum, beat-boxing skills and a saxophone to create songs piece by piece before your very eyes, and into your very ears. In other, more rare cases, he employs a full band to back the extravagant show with higher energy.