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The Current presents

DAVE SIMONETT (rescheduled from 5/9/20)

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Friday, November 27
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$30
ALL AGES SHOW

The Dave Simonett show originally scheduled for May 9 has been rescheduled and will take place on November 27, 2020. All tickets purchased for the original performance will remain valid for the new date, so please hang on to your original ticket for entrance.

The deadline to request a credit or refund for this show has passed. Visit Lyte to see if this show is eligible for return or exchange through their platform.

If you are interested and able to donate, consider putting the cost of your ticket toward the TC Music Community Trust’s Entertainment Industry Relief Fund in support of individuals in need. All funds donated will directly impact someone who has lost a gig due to COVID-19 and its effect on the industry. The outpouring of words of encouragement and monetary donations thus far has been incredible, and we thank you for your continued support of the Twin Cities music scene. Donation link and more information can be found here.

For any ticketing questions, please contact etix at support.etix.com or 1-800-514-3849.

DAVE SIMONETT

Dave Simonett has spent almost two decades as the lead singer, guitar player and songwriter for the widely popular and beloved roots band, Tramped By Turtles. He also fronts Dead Man Winter, a bull-bodied, emotionally resonant brand of Americana-infused indie rock band. He now boldly steps forward with a shining collection of new solo material for the first time under his own name called Red Tail.

While Dead Man Winter’s Furnace was a much-needed cathartic experience for Simonett during a dark time, he is not connecting these songs on Red Tail to his own life as he prefers to allow listeners to develop their own interpretations. The conversational and poetic style in which Simonett writes lends itself to this perfectly, inspired by the spacious and stark Northern woods of Minnesota, where he’s from. Drawing from the outdoors, Simonett uses light, weather and imagery to paint introspective, cinematic scenes that are easy to lose yourself in.