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  • O.A.R. - Just Like Paradise Tour

    O.A.R. - Just Like Paradise Tour

    Huntertones, LUMiN

    Fri, November 30, 2018

    Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

    The Capitol Theatre

    Port Chester, NY

    $42.50/$60.50 (ADVANCE) $47.50/$65.50 (DAY OF SHOW)

    This event is 18 and over

    This event will have a general admission standing room only floor and a reserved seated Loge and Balcony.  Reserved Loge and Balcony tickets will NOT have access to the general admission floor.

     

    18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

     

    .50 cents from every ticket is donated to Heard The World Fund, O.A.R.'s youth and education charity.

    O.A.R.
    O.A.R.
    What do you call a band whose twenty year-career spans sold-out stands at both Madison Square Garden and Red Rocks Amphitheater, millions of albums sold over the course of what will be nine full-length releases, and multiple chart-busting entries? In the case of O.A.R., two simple words suffice: “The Mighty.”

    That’s the best way to sum up the Maryland quintet—Marc Roberge [lead vocals, rhythm guitar], Richard On [lead guitar, backing vocals], Chris Culos [drums], Benj Gershman [bass], and Jerry DePizzo [saxophone, guitar, backing vocals, additionally MikelParis [keys, backing vocals, percussion] and Jon Lampley [trumpet, backing vocals].

    Since their emergence in 1996, the musicians have tirelessly delivered a signature brand of rock steeped in alternative scope, roots tradition, and pop ambition. Among many highlights, 2008’s All Sides yielded the platinum single “Shattered” and bowed in the Top 15 of the Billboard Top 200 a space they continually occupied with King [2011] and The Rockville LP [2014].

    Beyond packing arenas and amphitheaters coast to coast, they’ve given inspiring performances on The Today Show, CONAN, the 2015 Special Olympics Opening Ceremony, the ESPYS, in addition to playing their hit song “Peace” at the coveted Times Square New Year’s Eve Celebration on the eve of 2016.

    “Richie Sambora announced us at Red Rocks as ‘The Mighty O.A.R.’ a few years back,” recalls DePizzo. “Those two words just stuck with us, and Marc suggested we use it as the album title. We have a great sense of pride in the career we’ve had up to this point. The term wraps up who the band is in 2019. It feels good to us.”

    “Our hope is everyone leaves our show feeling better than when they got there,” says Culos. “We make that happen by playing together as a unit, playing with a pulse. Through that pulse, we tell our story. It’s about friends and family - our brotherhood. The Mighty refers to our foundation."

    O.A.R. most definitely do that on their latest offering. They also tread uncharted territory. Rather than follow the same playbook and record during a set timeframe, they intermittently recorded throughout 2018, working on or writing a song only when inspired. Crafting all the songs simultaneously until the very last hours of the production deadline. In the studio, longtime producer Gregg Wattenberg would be joined by PomPom, who added a fresh take on the sound with an electronic sensibility and expanded soundscape.

    “We used to rent a place for a month, go in, write music, take off for a break, and then record for another month,” says Roberge. “Thanks to Wattenberg, we now had access to a brand new studio and his guidance without the pressures of the clock. We could come and go when inspired, and fell into this comfortable experience. For the first time the schedule went out the window.”

    “PomPom grew up around O.A.R. music,” DePizzo says. “To be able to bring someone into the fold who came up with your tunes and influence added a whole different perspective.”

    Case in point is the first single, “Miss You All The Time.” Produced by Gregg Wattenberg and Derek Fuhrmann. Its lush keys and moving guitar riff uphold an orchestral admission, “I miss you all the time.” The emotionally charged send-off immediately resonated with fans as the official music video directed by Rudy Mancuso swiftly clocked over 5 million views on YouTube, and counting.

    “Like anyone, we’ve seen tragic losses over the years,” says Roberge. “You have people in your life who are so important and influential, and then one day they’re gone. It happens quickly, and you’re left to pick up the pieces. We wanted to celebrate their greatness instead of mourn. ‘Miss You All The Time’ is a moment to honor those who aren’t with us anymore.”

    Whether it’s the space and harmony of “Free”, the uplifting anthem “California”, or the addictive groove on “Knocking at Your Door,” O.A.R. ignite a bold, brilliant, and inspired next chapter.

    “It’s a renewal of experiences,” says Roberge. “We’ve built the foundation, we’ve got the confidence to be who we are.”

    And, who are they in 2019?

    Well, they’re The Mighty O.A.R.

    “We’re fortunate as hell to have done this for over two decades,” Culos leaves off. “We’ve done it together. We have each other’s backs, and we’re a family. There’s a feeling of freedom in that.”





    The Mighty will be released March 29, 2019 on RED Music.
    Huntertones
    Huntertones
    Huntertones brings people together around the globe with fun, imaginative and fearless music. Their high energy, horn-driven sound fuses inspired improvisation and adventurous composition melding jazz, funk, rock, and soul. Adding depth and contrast to their live set, Huntertones shift from a dynamic six-piece ensemble to a trio featuring saxophone, sousaphone, and beat-boxing, keeping their listeners’ eyes and ears open at every turn.

    Huntertones formed in Columbus, Ohio at The Ohio State University and hosted their first shows at a house on Hunter Avenue. They have since relocated to New York City, released three albums, and toured North and South America, Europe and Africa -- experiences which have pushed the band to expand even further, stylistically. What started as a group of classmates finding a voice has developed into a highly collaborative group of musicians traveling, sharing, and growing together.

    Individually, members of Huntertones have compiled a diverse resume of collaborations with top artists in pop, jazz, soul, and musical theater. This includes work with Jon Batiste and Stay Human, O.A.R., Snarky Puppy, Stevie Wonder, Andy Grammer, Ed Sheeran, Allen Stone, Gary Clark Jr., Phillip Phillips, We Banjo 3, Umphrey’s McGee, Vulfpeck, and more.
    LUMiN
    LUMiN
    LUMiN is an American alternative-pop artist based in Los Angeles. LUMiN is the official stage name of Sony/ATV songwriter and record producer Austin Massirman. After writing for artists like DVBSS & Terror Jr., and having his songs synch in commercials for RAM Trucks, Clinique Makeup, Comcast XFinity, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, LUMiN launched his project by selling out his first two concerts at the legendary Viper Room in West Hollywood and Hollywood’s tastemaker venue The Study. Following his first two performances, LUMiN debuted his first single, ‘Heaven Sent’ on May 24th, 2018 alongside a headlining performance at "School Night," LA’s biggest weekly music industry showcase. His School Night performance drew some of LA’s most prominent industry names, which led to ‘Heaven Sent’ premiering on LA’s 88.9 KCRW.

    After a successful debut release, LUMiN followed ‘Heaven Sent’ with a powerful indie-pop anthem called ‘Crossing Lines’, which was released on July 13th, alongside a sold out show at The Peppermint Club in West Hollywood. LUMiN’s third single iDWF was released on August 31st, 2018 and debuted at #20 on Spotify’s New Music Friday, New Music Friday Canada, Mood Booster, Singled Out, and 97.9 Kiss FM. After racking up over 100k streams on the first day, LUMiN gained the support from thousands of new fans. LUMiN’s fourth single ‘Bury You Deeper’ was released on October 12th followed by sold out shows at Madame Siam in Hollywood and Bowery Electric in New York.

    LUMiN is continuing his journey by supporting O.A.R. (Of A Revolution) on tour in November and December of 2018. Keep your eye out for LUMiN, as he is becomming one of the most innovative, emerging artists in the alternative-pop scene.
    Venue Information:
    The Capitol Theatre
    149 Westchester Avenue
    Port Chester, NY, 10573
    http://thecapitoltheatre.com/