The Green Music Center hosted two electric shows last weekend. The weekend started early with a Thursday night double bill of Trombone Shorty and Orleans Ave. followed by St. Paul and the Broken Bones. The two groups have been touring off and on together throughout the country over the last year. Trombone Shorty kicked off the night with a performance that had the crowd dancing and singing through the whole set. A New Orleans native, he sure brought the jazz tradition with a hard-edged funk flair to Sonoma County. St. Paul and the Broken Bones, a six-pieced Alabama-based soul band, kept the energy alive with their unique blend of passionate vocals and spirited orchestrations.
The following evening, Sonoma County favorite Pink Martini brought out the crowds for an evening full off surprises. Beloved for their multi-genre music and International sound, Pink Martini continues to impress crowds and get guests on their feet. By the end of the night, the spirited ensemble encouraged audience participation to the max by inviting any willing patrons to join them on stage as they finished up their show.
1.) Trombone Shorty performing with his band Orleans Ave. 2.) Paul Janeway, lead vocalist for St. Paul and the Broken Bones
3.) China Forbes, lead vocalist for Pink Martini 4.) Thomas Lauderdale, founding member and pianist for Pink Martini
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Box Office Business Hours
Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tickets may be purchased in-person at the SSU Student Center, Monday through Friday from 10 am until 6 pm.
The GMC Box Office located in the courtyard of Weill Hall is open one hour prior to most performances.