Sorry, but this show has been
The performers are snowed in at Watertown.
The show will be rescheduled at a later date.
Best of all, they’ll be at the Belle Fourche Area Community Center on Sunday, February 24th for an evening concert you’ll not soon forget! The curtain goes up at 7:30 p.m. This outstanding performance is brought to the northern Black Hills by the Center of the Nation Concert Association.
|Joel Brown, Chris Brubeck, and Peter "Madcat" Ruth|
When touring, Triple Play earns rave reviews for its unique programs, so the audience is in for a real treat! Triple Play is led by Chris Brubeck, the son of legendary musician Dave Brubeck’s son. Chris plays three instruments - bass, trombone, and piano - and is a lyricist and orchestral arranger as well.
Triple Play also features Peter “Madcat” Ruth, who has established an international reputation through his exhilarating virtuosity on the harmonica. His expertise has amazed audiences worldwide.
Joel Brown is on guitar. He has performed with the London Symphony, The Boston Pops, and in New York at Carnegie Hall, Tully Hall, and Tanglewood. Joel is a top-flight musician.
Of Triple Play, Mark Swed of the Los Angeles Times wrote, “Triple Play was rollicking good fun…Led by bassist, trombonist and pianist, Chris Brubeck, the trio stole the show with its flair and virtuosity….”
Circle the date on your calendar now: Sunday, February 24th, at 7:30 p.m. You won’t want to miss this exciting program and evening of great entertainment.
Local sponsors for Chris Brubeck’s Triple Play include: Black Hills Pioneer/Weekly Prospector; Double Star Computing – Bret Penning; Lindstad Alignment/Lindstad Trout Farm. Be sure to let these good people know you appreciate their support for the Center of the Nation Concert Association and the many fine performers who grace our stage in Belle Fourche. See you at the concert!