Presents Trace Bundy on March 28th at Slim’s—Win Tickets!
Bundy’s star continues to rise. The man fans refer to as the
“Acoustic Ninja” holds court on a bigger stage on each visit to
the Bay Area where GP headquarters is located, and it’s GP’s
pleasure to help rally the player community for his solo performance
on the March 28th at Slim’s—Boz Scaggs’ venerable venue in San
Francisco’s fashionable South of Market district.
is an adept fingerstylist who uses an array of techniques and devices
to push the boundaries of solo acoustic performance. He incorporates
tapping, slapping, harmonics, looping, and multiple capos to get his
musical ideas across. He musters a lot of sound for on man, and
displays a deft gift for gab between tunes.
to his website, Trace has independently sold over 90,000 albums, he
regularly sells-out shows in 23 countries and counting, and he’s
racked up over 29 million YouTube views to date.
influences span the musical spectrum from classical to heavy metal,
and he’s adept at creating solo acoustic arrangements of whatever
suits his fancy. Watch Bundy render “Sweet Child O’Mine”:
old South Korean opener Sungha Jung has a lot of guitar traits in
common with Bundy, and he’s a been a YouTube sensation since he was
a little kid. The two have performed together for many years. This
video of Bundy and Jung performing Pachelbel’s “Canon” has over
six million views.
witness these two awesome acoustic performers in person for one
must-see show in San Francisco.
a chance to win a pair of tickets to the class and the show click
HERE and put Bundy in the subject of your e-mail. Include a thought
on the show and what it means to you to go. Phone contact greatly
appreciated for confirmation. Winner must provide own transportation
to the Slim’s in San Francisco, CA, and have his or her own
accommodations in the Bay Area on March 28th.
Player Presents: Trace Bundy with opener Sungha Jung
Francisco, CA 94103
doors; 8pm show; Ages 6+
$18 advance tickets here now
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