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A NEW NAME!
Still the same world class entertainment you've come to expect.
to the Future
Thursday, February 27, 2014 - 7:00 P.M.
Bach to the Future is composed of chart-topping
pianist Michael Silverman, pioneer of cutting-edge electronic percussion Rob
Silverman, musical-arrangement connoisseur Matt Bollinger and electric
violinist Andrew Driscoll. Each musician is a renowned artist in his own
right. Michael is an Emmy Award winning composer who has written music for
hundreds of film and television productions on CNN, ABC, A&E. Rob is the
author of the best-selling “Drumset 101,” Andrew is a Berklee School of
Music graduate and has performed with Luciano Pavarotti, and the
Trans-Siberian Orchestra and it was Matt’s interest in arranging Bach’s
cello suites for six-string electric bass that was the creation for this
unique quartet. Bach to the Future uses unique instruments like the keytar,
zendrum and violectra to put a modern twist on the musical stylings of Bach
and Beethoven adding a little jazz here, African and Latin rhythms there and
whole lot of personal panache to every part of the show.
Lynch's Jazz 101
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 7:00 P.M.
Jesse Lynch is no stranger to Live On Stage. He
has played piano for popular veterans Daniel Rodriguez and The American
Tenors and has wowed audiences of his own playing everything from Beethoven
and Bop to free jazz and contemporary compositions. With an extensive
professional history as a vocal accompanist and coach, as well as a student
of both jazz and classical performance, Jesse is a genre-defying musician
with the ability and passion to take on any style of music. Joined on bass
and drums, Jesse Lynch leads audiences on a journey through the evolution
and history of jazz through music and multi-media presentation in his
touring program Jesse Lynch’s Jazz 101. This talented trio will crank up the
heat on stage with explosive energy and electrifying technique in the sounds
of Joplin, Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong and other jazz greats.
Thursday, April 24, 2014 - 7:00 P.M.
Classic rockers turned country rebels - Exile is
reunited and stirring up some musically entertaining madness … just like
they did 25 years ago. In 1978, Exile reached their pop peak with #1 single
“Kiss You All Over,” but it was their shift to country music that brought
the most success. With six Country Music Association nominations, it’s safe
to say the shift was a success. The band topped the country charts with
numerous #1 hits including "Woke Up in Love," "Give Me One More Chance,"
"Crazy For Your Love," "She's a Miracle," "Hang On to Your Heart," "I Could
Get Used to You," "She's Too Good to Be True” and the list goes on. After
more than two decades apart, J.P. Pennington (guitar), Steve Goetzman
(percussion), Sonny Lemaire (guitar/vocals), Marlon Hargis (keyboards) and
Les Taylor (guitar/vocals) are riding the country waves, infusing their pop
and southern rock sounds into their newly recharged lyrics.
Live on Stage Marshalltown (LOSM), an all-volunteer non-profit concert association, is excited to bring six concerts for the 2013-2014 season. The association previously known as the Marshalltown Community Concert Association (MCCA) has been bringing high quality concerts to the Marshalltown, Iowa community for 74 years, and looks forward to continuing that tradition for years to come.
These concerts are performed at the Marshalltown High School/Community Auditorium, 1602 S. Second Avenue (parking lot and auditorium on northeast side of building, off Third Avenue). Click on the photo for more information and photos of the auditorium
Click on the link below for membership information and subscription cost.
In addition to these six concerts we have reciprocity agreements with our sister Community Concert Associations in Newton, and Waterloo whereby our subscription fee will enable members to attend the concerts in these other cities at no additional cost.
For more information about the
Live on Stage Marshalltown Concert Series, click on any of the pictures above or the links below.
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