An early evening with
Galactic Cowboy Orchestra
Saturday, March 31
at The Hook and Ladder Theater & Lounge
Doors 6:30pm :: Music 7:00PM / 21+
$15 Reserved Seats
Tickets Go On-Sale Friday, February 23 at Noon
An intimate, two set, seated concert for all art-rock lovers!
The Hook and Ladder Theater hosts an evening with The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra, Minneapolis’ very own “Art-Rock Jazz Fusion” band, Saturday, March 31.
The Galactic Cowboy Orchestra has been freakin’ minds since 2009. They stretch their own musical limits with album after album of intensely energetic ART-ROCK. Definition of ART-ROCK: A type of rock music, often with poetic lyrics, characterized by sophisticated harmonic, dynamic and technical complexity based on forms derived from classical (and jazz) music and requiring performers of considerable training and skill. It sounds so serious, but when you combine that type of music with four fun-loving musicians who don’t take themselves too seriously and who have a love of so much music beyond art-rock (which is why the band covers songs from Otis Rush’s All Your Love to Whipping Postto When the Levee Breaks to YYZ), you get a bit of magic in live music form. The band writes and performs music that excites them and has a blast doing it! The GCO appreciates and aspires to superior musicianship while combining their love of a good riff, hummable melody and groovy jam… over a jazz/jazz-rock musical bedrock. It all culminates in an intensely energetic live performance because “we freakin’ love what we do and love that the fans dig it too!! ”
“Sounds like Bela Fleck meets Rush, goes out to breakfast with John Coltrane, and gets home in time to go golfing with Jeff Beck.” — Jay, GCO Superfan
ART-ROCK. FUSION. JAZZ FUSION. JAMGRASS. JAZZGRASS. EXPERIMENTAL ROCK.