Grand Central Market | Events | Live Performance: California Feetwarmers | FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd, 2016 | 7:00PM Celebrate the launch of Grand Central Market Summer Nights with us and the Grammy-nominated California Feetwarmers ! Masters of ragtime, Dixieland blues and early swing, The California Feetwarmers ar.
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Live Performance: California Feetwarmers
June 03, 2016

FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd, 2016 | 7:00PM

Celebrate the launch of Grand Central Market Summer Nights with us and the Grammy-nominated California Feetwarmers!

Masters of ragtime, Dixieland blues and early swing, The California Feetwarmers are renowned for an earthy depth of character that sets them apart from others who have followed that throwback path to New Orleans, Circa 1920.

Their boisterous on-stage antics are solidly underpinned by playing that is as close to the source as it can be.

This is the band that Keb’ Mo’ sought out to provide an air of authenticity when he recorded his latest album, BluesAmericana. The collaboration won them a Grammy-nomination in the Best American Roots Performance category.

Based in Los Angeles, they stylishly down and re-work old classics, re-visiting material from The Blue Ridge Playboys, Scott Joplin, The Memphis Jugband and Emile Grimshaw’s Rag Pickers.

 

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