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Grammy Award-winning producer, engineer and guitar texturalist, Larry Mitchell, will serve as the headliner for Saturday’s Twilight Tunes concert event, sponsored by by PazzeriaBy Pietro’s. The event will kick off at 7 p.m. at Telegraph Park with opening act, The Social Brigade, a pop/rock band from Shreveport bringing you your favorite cover hits from yesterday and today as well as original music.
Mitchell is a Grammy award-winning producer, engineer and performer who has toured the world playing guitar with well-known artists including Tracy Chapman, Billy Squier, Ric Ocasek and Miguel Bosé. In his original compositions, Mitchell skillfully weaves guitar textures that showcase his virtuosity as a solo artist and ensemble player.
As an artist, he has released 8 solo records and won a San Diego Music Award for best pop jazz artist. He is currently touring promoting his 2018 release “Déjà Vu.” As a producer-engineer, Larry has won 26 New Mexico Music Awards in various categories from pop, adult contemporary, rap, rock, country World music and Native American. He won a Grammy Award for producing, engineering and performing on “Totemic Flute Chants” by Native American artist Johnny Whitehorse, who is better known as Robert Mirabal of Taos Pueblo.
He has many long-standing endorsements and relationships with companies such as Ibanez Guitars, D’Addario Strings, D’Marzio Pickups, Tech 21 NYC, Cord-Lox, Dava Picks, Antares tech, Sennhieser Wireless systems, Pro Bag gig bags, Ultimate Ears, Peavey, Majik Box, Fractal Audio and now with Knaggs guitars and Godin Acoustic guitars, Morrow Audio cables.
“Twilight Tunes are always a hit for us as part of our Second Saturday events and is a fun, free wayto enjoy some great live music. So, bring a blanket or chair, grab a bite to eat from one of our fantastic downtown restaurants and enjoy the evening,” said Main Street Manager Rachel Skowronek.
For more information, contact Skowronek at 903-702-7777.