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Ray Bonneville Album Release 



May 10
8:00 PM
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The Hook and Ladder Mission Room
3010 Minnehaha
Minneapolis, MN 55406 United States
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Ray Bonneville Album Release with Tom Feldmann on Friday, May 10 at The Hook and Ladder Mission Room

Ray Bonneville Album Release

Plus Special Guest Tom Feldmann
Friday, May 10
The Hook and Ladder Mission Room
7:30 Doors :: 8pm Music :: 21+
$15 Advance / $20 Day of Show

Internationally celebrated, rootsy, hard-traveling songman Ray Bonneville returns to the Twin Cities in support of his new, highly-acclaimed album “At King Electric.” Guitar master, performer and instructor Tom Feldmann opens this special evening.

Ray Bonneville’s sound has been described as “folk-roots gumbo…a languid Mississippi Delta groove, seasoned with smooth, weathered vocals and a propulsive harmonica wheeze.” His awards include a prestigious Juno, the Canadian equivalent of a Grammy. He’s a winner of the Blues Foundation’s International Blues Challenge, and his post-Katrina ode, “I Am the Big Easy,” earned the International Folk Alliance’s “Song of the Year.”
“Few can ride a groove like Canada-born, U.S.-raised Ray Bonneville.”No Depression
“Like gunpower and opium.”Ray Wylie Hubbard


Tom Feldmann’s guitar mastery has aligned him with the who’s who in acoustic music working alongside Jorma Kaukonen at his infamous Fur Peace Ranch, teaching numerous instructional videos for Stefan Grossman’s Guitar Workshop, and contributing articles to Acoustic Guitar and Vintage Guitar Magazines.

 “His are some of the best picked blues I’ve heard, and I’ve heard lots!”Jorma Kaukonen (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane)

“No question, Tom Feldmann is a jewel of American guitarmanship.”Vintage Guitar Magazine“Tom Feldmann is a master of his craft – whether old country blues and gospel tunes or original compositions. He has it all. Great and soulful guitar technique combined with a powerful voice. His music carries on the tradition and shines bright.”Stefan Grossman