During the last 25 years, Rusted Root has played on some big stages supporting acts such as Santana, the Grateful Dead, Dave Matthews Band, the Allman Brothers Band, the HORDE Festival and the Jimmy Page/Robert Plant reunion tour - including the first show in The Warehouse back in 2015. Glabicki returns with Rusted Root guitarist Dirk Miller to perform inspired versions of Rusted Root tunes as well as new, exciting, and funky songs. Live, both Michael and Dirk play acoustic and electric and Michael often adds rhythm with a kick drum - creating a much fuller sound and energy than you find with a traditional duo. “It’s lots of energy. It’s a tighter, more groove oriented band. We have been working on a lot of new material and will be playing four or five new songs that night,” he says. “I have really opened up the older Rusted Root material over the past few years. I am finding new landscapes and meaning in these older songs, and the fans are feeling it, too.” - Michael Glabicki Concert Tickets $28
MICHAEL GLABICKI OF RUSTED ROOT WITH DIRK MILLER
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Sunday, November 25th
Doors @ 7:00 PM
Show @ 7:45PM

GENRE
Rock / Singer Songwriter



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Price:$28
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During the last 25 years, Rusted Root has played on some big stages supporting acts such as Santana, the Grateful Dead, Dave Matthews Band, the Allman Brothers Band, the HORDE Festival and the Jimmy Page/Robert Plant reunion tour - including the first show in The Warehouse back in 2015. Glabicki returns with Rusted Root guitarist Dirk Miller to perform inspired versions of Rusted Root tunes as well as new, exciting, and funky songs.

Live, both Michael and Dirk play acoustic and electric and Michael often adds rhythm with a kick drum - creating a much fuller sound and energy than you find with a traditional duo.

“It’s lots of energy. It’s a tighter, more groove oriented band. We have been working on a lot of new material and will be playing four or five new songs that night,” he says. “I have really opened up the older Rusted Root material over the past few years. I am finding new landscapes and meaning in these older songs, and the fans are feeling it, too.” - Michael Glabicki

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