Bandallamas and Friends – “The Power of Eleven – Music Bringing People Together”

  • 11/11/11  - Barrymore Theatre – Madison, WI [BUY TIX]
  • 11/12/11 – Radisson Hotel – Green Bay, WI [BUY TIX]

Dynamic supergroup Bandallamas, along with some very talented colleagues will be taking center stage at the Barrymore Theatre on November 11 for their special “Power of Eleven” (11/11/11) showcase. Since 11/11/11 is Veteran’s Day, the group is partnering with Veterans For Peace in hopes that the music will bring us all together and allow the group to donate a portion of the evening’s proceeds to their cause (a scholarship foundation).

The concert begins at 8:00pm, following a 6:00 – 6:45pm meet-and-greet open to VIP’s, charitable ticket purchasers and sponsors that will feature members of the band as well as honored guests/distinguished Green Bay Packer Alumni (to be announced). Bandallamas (www.bandallamas.com) feel now is a perfect time to bring their inimitable spirit of sound and limitless musical soul to Madison, beloved hometown to several band members. Their diverse lineup of rock, blues and jazz vets includes Rob Wasserman, Richard Davis, Wally Ingram, Victor DeLorenzo, Pauli Ryan, Chris Aaron, Bobby Bryan and Lisa Bethke, as well as an impressive list of guest players – Clyde Stubblefield, Jim Schwall, Jimmy Voegeli, Tony Menzer and Annalee Scully.

“The Bandallamas are an eclectic group of rockers, blues and jazz vets who somehow found each other stretched across the US from LA to Denver, and Madison to Chicago. Their music incorporates tribal beats, reggae, blues, jazz, funk, rock, and more; transporting their audience through an all-embracing sound of an irresistible world beat. This eclectic group of artists transcends categorization (in the tradition of Traffic, Blood Sweat & Tears (Exp) and Steely Dan), while creating their own unique spirit of sound. These musicians are transporters of the vibe – through the legacy of the ages; the essence of musical spirit and origin – music’s very roots.” Rock and Roll Detective – November 2nd, 2010.

General admission tickets are $17.00 in advance, $20.00 day of show, and can be purchased at Sugar Shack, Star Liquor, MadCity Music, B-Side, Frugal Muse (Northgate & Junction Rd.), Strictly Discs, the Barrymore online at barrymorelive.com or call & charge at (608) 241-8633. Charitable tickets cost $35 and are available at the same outlets. A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to Veterans For Peace.

For event information, contact Lisa Bethke. General admission tickets are $17.00 in advance, $20.00 day of show, and can be purchased at Sugar Shack, Star Liquor, MadCity Music, B-Side, Frugal Muse (Northgate & Junction Rd.), Strictly Discs, the Barrymore online at barrymorelive.com or call & charge at (608) 241-8633. Charitable tickets cost $35 and are available at the same outlets. A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to Veterans For Peace.

– Diverse supergroup Bandallamas, along with some very talented colleagues will be taking center stage at The Radisson on November 12 for a special showcase. The group is partnering with Vets for Peace Chapter 25 Madison, in hopes that the music will bring us all together and allow the group to donate a portion of the evening’s proceeds to Vets for Peace. The concert begins at 8:00pm, following a 6:00 – 7:00pm meet-and-greet open to VIP’s, charitable ticket purchasers and sponsors that will feature members of the band as well as honored guests/distinguished Green Bay Packer Alumni (to be announced).

Bandallamas (www.bandallamas.com) feel now is a perfect time to bring their inimitable spirit of sound and limitless musical soul to Green Bay. Their diverse lineup of rock, blues and jazz vets includes Rob Wasserman, Richard Davis, Wally Ingram, Victor DeLorenzo, Chris Aaron, Bobby Bryan and Lisa Bethke, as well as an impressive list of guest players – Jimmy Voegeli, pat mAcdonald, melaniejane and Annalee Scully.

“The Bandallamas are an eclectic group of rockers, blues and jazz vets who somehow found each other stretched across the US from LA to Denver, and Madison to Chicago. Their music incorporates tribal beats, reggae, blues, jazz, funk, rock, and more; transporting their audience through an all-embracing sound of an irresistible world beat. This eclectic group of artists transcends categorization (in the tradition of Traffic, Blood Sweat & Tears (Exp) and Steely Dan), while creating their own unique spirit of sound. These musicians are transporters of the vibe – through the legacy of the ages; the essence of musical spirit and origin – music’s very roots.” Rock and Roll Detective – November 2nd, 2010