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David George releases "Tonight's Child" for the holidays

David George has amassed an all-star team of Kansas City musicians to be a part of his Christmas single “Tonight’s Child,” which is released today.
 
The composition, originally written by George for his niece and nephew, also features Shay Estes on vocals, along with Johnny Hamil (upright bass), Giuliano Mingucci (drums), Mark Lowrey (piano), Betse Ellis (violin), Ben Byard (viola), and Christine Gross (cello). String arranged by Ellis. The song was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Duane Trower at Weights and Measures Soundlab.
 
The single is available for $1 through Bandcamp. All proceeds until Christmas will go to the Coats For Kids Foundation.

 

Next Sunday, December 15, George and friends will take over recordBar for a benefit show for Coats For Kids. The show will kick off at 7 p.m. with A Crooked Quartet (Gross, Ellis, Hamil, Byard) and vocalist Melissa Bollman. At 8:00, The Crooked Christmas Band will perform a few holiday songs. David George & A Crooked Mile will hit the stage at 9:00. Tickets are $10 adv/$15 day of, half-price with the donation of a new or used coat. Facebook event page

 
 

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Show preview: Sonic Spectrum Dealer's Choice at recordBar, 7.29.12

If you haven't been to one of the shows in the Sonic Spectrum Tribute Series at recordBar, this is one to experience. Since debuting the series last January, host Robert Moore has selected local bands and musicians to play songs of eclectic artists like David Bowie, Talking Heads, The Pretenders, Neil Diamond, The Clash, and most recently, Minutemen.

This Sunday, Moore will be celebrating his birthday and has handpicked a few Kansas City musicians to play songs of his choosing, from artists as diverse as Bauhaus, XTC, The Beatles, Loretta Lynn, Devo, T.Rex, and many others. Performances will be from some of Moore's (and Kansas City's) favorite musicians:
  
 
Erik Voeks & His Merry Men: Erik Voeks, Cameron Hawk (The Dead Girls, Hidden Pictures), Dave Tanner (The Depth & The Whisper, Liverpool), Patrick Hawley (The What Gives), Cody Wyoming 
 
Tiny Horse (Abigail Henderson and Chris Meck) featuring Zach Phillips (The Architects), Matt Richey (The Grisly Hand) and Cody Wyoming
 
  
And Moore promises a few other surprises, so be there if you can.
  
Doors: 7 pm
Showtime: 8:00 pm
$7 cover; A portion of the proceeds from this show goes to Midwest Music Foundation.

Upcoming Sonic Spectrum tributes include:
August: Fela Kuti, featuring Hearts of Darkness
September: The Doors
October: The Ramones
November: Devo
December: The Rat Pack

--Michelle Bacon
 
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