Date(s) - 04/11/2014
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
University Center Auditorium
From the Street to the stage. The California Celts, performing kilted near you.
Free for students.
$5 general public tickets can be purchased at knoxvilletickets.com, the Central Ticket Office on campus, or the Thompson Boling Arena Box Office.
The California Celts music draws from the worldwide catalog of Celtic, Nautical and Island music. Their style can hold a crowd, young and old. Their music reflects this in subtle tones of Reggae, Bluegrass, Mexicano and Rock. The California Celts are a unique group of minstrels that pay homage to the Scotch-Irish musical thread and its journey from the Old World to The Americas and beyond. Hear the Appalachian influence as it seamlessly weaves its way to the California songs of the 49ers. The California Celts are a one of a kind experience.
Powered by indie record label Invisible Mass, the California Celts are the Armitage brothers from the hills of Yucca Valley in the Mojave Desert, CA. From Riverside on guitar, melodica and vocals is Miguelangelo La Marque Casares a.k.a. “Pirate Mike”. Navy Corpsman “Navy Davy” Macias plays guitar. Brad Pitt’s cousin Tommy Cooper is on trumpet and stage table dancing. On Celtic harp is Patty Hood. She is a performing and recording member of the 80′s pop band from Australia, The Church.
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