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Uncle Bonsai Wed/ 11/09/2016 7:30pm

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Uncle Bonsai Wed/ 11/09/2016 7:30pm
$21.20

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Doors open at 6:30pm, showtime is 7:30pm. There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. TICKETS ARE NOT MAILED, ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR.
Now in its 35th year, Uncle Bonsai continues to perform and record new material. The group has eight recordings and, in mid-2013, released its first ever "bedtime book for grownups," The Monster in the Closet/Go To Sleep. This fully illustrated, reversible, hard cover book for parents, features two popular Uncle BonsaiUncle Bonsai songs, with artwork by members Arni Adler and Patrice O'Neill, and includes a recording of the songs. The group is currently recording a new cd, tentatively titled: "The Family Feast: The Study of the Human Condition, First World Problems, and the Lasting Physiological and Psychological Effects of Eating Our Young," due for release in November, 2016.

"Singers Ratshin, O'Neill and Adler are pitch-perfect in their delivery of often complex harmonic arrangements. And if there were an Ella Fitzgerald Award for Exquisite Elocution in Song, they would surely get it. The trio officially bills itself as a "folk" outfit, but has none of the naiveté that label might suggest. These are nicely edgy, sour-sweet songs, written for grown-ups." - The Seattle Times
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Doors open at 6:30pm, showtime is 7:30pm. There is a 6% handling fee included in the ticket price. TICKETS ARE NOT MAILED, ALL TICKETS ARE WILL CALL AT THE DOOR. Now in its 35th year, Uncle Bonsai continues to perform and record new material. The group has eight recordings and, in mid-2013, released its first ever "bedtime book for grownups," The Monster in the Closet/Go To Sleep. This fully illustrated, reversible, hard cover book for parents, features two popular Uncle BonsaiUncle Bonsai songs, with artwork by members Arni Adler and Patrice O'Neill, and includes a recording of the songs. The group is currently recording a new cd, tentatively titled: "The Family Feast: The Study of the Human Condition, First World Problems, and the Lasting Physiological and Psychological Effects of Eating Our Young," due for release in November, 2016. "Singers Ratshin, O'Neill and Adler are pitch-perfect in their delivery of often complex harmonic arrangements. And if there were an Ella Fitzgerald Award for Exquisite Elocution in Song, they would surely get it. The trio officially bills itself as a "folk" outfit, but has none of the naiveté that label might suggest. These are nicely edgy, sour-sweet songs, written for grown-ups." - The Seattle Times
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