Join us for Tosco Music Tuesdays Lunchtime Concerts! Next is Deeper Shade of Blue on April 20 at 12pm on Facebook or YouTube.

TOSCO MUSIC TUESDAYS - DEEPER SHADE OF BLUE

LOCATION
Facebook & YouTube
DESCRIPTION
TMT - DSB

Tosco Music Tuesdays Lunchtime Concerts are live-streamed FREE on Facebook and YouTube each week at noon. The series runs for 5 weeks, from April 6 to May 4, 2021. Each week showcases a different music genre - come with us on a 5-week tour of music cultures in Charlotte!

Dates: April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 2021
Time: 12:00-1:00pm each Tuesday

• April 6 – R&B/Motown – Springer & Cagle Duo
• April 13 – Latin - UltimaNota
• April 20 – Bluegrass/Country - Deeper Shade of Blue

• April 27 – World – VaNova Duo
• May 4 – Jazz - Garvin Dean Project

Deeper Shade of Blue on April 20: This 5-piece bluegrass band has been bringing audiences their incredible sound of bluegrass and gospel music for more than 20 years, with beautifully blended vocals and harmonies, accompanied by top notch instrumentation. www.deepershadeofblue.com

Tosco Music Tuesdays is sponsored by Arts & Science Council Culture Blocks - a community partnership funded by Mecklenburg County Government. Partners include Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation. #CultureforAll #CultureBlocks

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  • The music parties are an indie-music institution in Charlotte, so popular they often fill a 1,200-seat hall, with a roster of performers that has included everyone from American Idol contestants to The Avett Brothers.

  • What started 20 years ago as a jam session in John Tosco’s living room has bloomed into one of the region’s most unique regional events – and a coveted gig for unsigned artists.

  • A Tosco Music Party is a theatre in the round of sorts for acoustic musicians. It's a medium that breaks down artificial barriers between entertainers and audience.

  • Maybe you’ve never heard the new folk trio out of Chapel Hill or the dulcimer player from Appalachia. Maybe you’ll marvel over a double-necked guitar solo or a 13-year-old classical pianist. Whatever you’re seeking, this incredible, quarterly variety show will make you grateful to have John Tosco curating your musical adventure.

  • Think of Tosco Music Party as the musical equivalent of walking into Ben & Jerry's and saying: 'I'd like a spoonful of everything, please.'

  • Lisa Rab

    Charlotte Magazine 2013

  • Wall Street Journal

    2009

  • Creative Loafing

    Charlotte, NC

  • Charlotte Magazine 2014 BOB Awards

    Best Place To Discover New Music

  • Creative Loafing

    Charlotte, NC