Sunday, March 5, 2017
concert w Santa Fe favorite20 Casa del Oro Loop, Santa Fe, NMEldorado House Concertnoon brunch, music @ 12:30
Join us for a Sunday Brunch house concert with Jono Manson and friends, featuring Peter Williams and Mark Clark. Breakfast Burritos, Coffee and Tea, will be provided. Please feel free to bring other food and/or beverages to share. For reservations please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brunch begins at Noon.
Music starts at 12:30
Suggested donation $20.00
Hosted by Kris Swedin and Tom Mauter.
Manson began playing professionally in his early teens, in the 1970s dive bars of his native NYC. He has since performed in venues as diverse as Max’s Kansas City and Madison Square Garden, from house concerts to festival stages, and he has amassed an impressive recorded catalogue, which includes major-label releases as both artist and producer. His songs have been recorded by Grammy winners and have been featured in major motion pictures, on network television and in national advertising campaigns. While playing with the Worms, Manson found time to participate in numerous side bands such as The Mighty Sweetones, The Dogs, and the Les Ismore Orchestra. Jono recalls several years in the mid-1980’s when he played over 365 gigs a year, without ever leaving New York City.
In 1998 Manson’s Little Big Man was released on Paradigm Records. That same year, the Italian label Club de Musique released Manson’s independently produced “One Horse Town”, marking the beginning of Jono’s European career. He has toured in Europe every year since, particularly in Italy, where 9 of his albums have been released. Jono continues to collaborate with a wide range of artists as a co-writer and producer, and as a member of an array of side projects, such as Brothers Keeper, Manstein (with songwriter/composer Donald Rubinstein), The Whateverly Bros. (with UK singer/songwriter George Breakfast), his duo project with percussionist Wally Ingram, and The Duskray Troubadours (with John Popper). He also owns and operates The Kitchen Sink recording studio in his adopted home of Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he has twice been named “Producer of the Year” by the New Mexico Music Awards.
Presented in partnership with Santa Fe Performance Exchange.