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Jimmy Herring, Wayne Krantz, and Michael Landau Perform as The Ringers on Feb. 2013 Mini-Tour

January 22, 2013
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Powered by Keith Carlock (drums) and Etienne Mbappe (bass), The Ringers showcase the extraordinary guitar triumvirate of Jimmy Herring, Wayne Krantz, and Michael Landau. The quintet will be mixing up rock, funk, jazz, blues, and African styles on this exclusive tour comprising five special performances.

Jimmy Herring is known for his work with Aquarium Rescue Unit, Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh, and The Dead. He released his second solo album, Subject To Change Without Notice, this past August.

Wayne Krantz is a jazz fusion guitarist who has performed with artists such as Steely Dan, Michael Brecker, and Leni Stern. He recently released his ninth solo album, Howie 61.

Michael Landau
is session guitarist, who has played on a multitude of albums for artists such as Pink Floyd, Steve Perry, Miles Davis, James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, and also fronted several bands.

Keith Carlock has recorded and toured with such notable acts as Sting, Steely Dan, John Mayer, Diana Ross, and James Taylor. He also released an instructional DVD in 2009.

Etienne Mbappe spent many years with the Zawinul Syndicate, and has toured with Steps Ahead, Ray Lema and Mayra Andrade, and played with Ray Charles. He currently performs with John McLaughlin's quartet, The 4th Dimension.

 
THE RINGERS Exclusive Tour Dates:

Feb 19, Georgia Theatre Athens, GA

Feb 20, Neighborhood Theatre Charlotte, NC

Feb 21, Lincoln Theatre Raleigh, NC

Feb 22, BB Kings Blues Club New York, NY

Feb 23, Howard Theatre Washington DC
 
For more information and to purchase tickets visit abstractlogix.com.
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