James Cavern’s Live CD Release at Old I – July 6, 2012

Posted on 05 July 2012 by dubs

A lot of musicians try to create an organic live sound on their studio albums. But there is one local Sacramento artist who is going the extra mile to capture that true sound. On Friday, July 6 at Old Ironsides, James Cavern will record his live show and everyone present will receive a free copy of the freshly recorded tracks at the end of the night. He will record at least 15 tracks and play in three different musical styles that he has perfected over the years, including: a solo acoustic set, a two-piece electric guitar and drum set, and live hip-hop from The Ricky James Project. If that isn’t enough to get you out to the show, it will be hosted by comedian Carlos Rodriguez to add a little bit of humor to the live tracks. To add more spice to the night, Queen of Arts Tattoo and Piercing will be present to offer discounts on your next piercing or tattoo. Don’t miss out on a unique opportunity to be a part of a live recording with James Cavern at Old Ironsides (1901 10th Street, Sacramento) on Friday, July 6, 2012 at 8 p.m. Cover is just $8 at the door. Learn more about him at http://jamescavern.com/.

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