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Eran Troy Danner w/special guest Marty Q

Event Date/Time

Dec 23, 2012
7:30 pm

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Eran Troy Danner w/special guest Marty Q

Eran Troy Danner is Connecticut’s foremost up and coming performer. As a singer, guitarist and songwriter, he has drawn rave reviews from fans and has built a loyal following throughout New England.

Performing “LIVE” blues, swing and originals off his recently released CD, Eran immediately takes charge of the evening with his magnetic stage presence and exudes blazing passion on guitar. He delivers an astonishing highly intense night of music aimed at keeping the crowd entertained. He naturally draws audiences in, gets them out on the dance floor and keeps them there, sometimes performing all night without a single break.

Eran played the blues circuit in various bands for fifteen years before striking out on his own in 2003. Since then, his career has reached new heights. He has appeared in some of New England’s top venues, has frequently appeared live on radio stations, has been invited to be the opening act for many National performers and has released his all original CD “This Is It”. Eran Troy Danner is making a mark on music that cannot be erased.

Marty Q Bio

Marty Q, saxophonist / singer / songwriter, born and raised in CT  has been on the National music scene for only a few years and put out his first National Release  titled “Table for 2” in Jan. 2010.

Marty has written 3 songs that made it to commercial airplay along with many other cover songs from his CD's. Marty has also won an Honorable Mention in John Lennon Songwriting Contest in 2004 (1 of 16 finalists for 8000 entries) for his song "Fingerprints on my Heart"

After Marty stamped his sweet soprano sax sound on "My Girl" on Shanachie Records compilation CD titled "Smooth Jazz Plays Motown's Favorite Love Songs" Marty teamed up with the producer Chris "Big Dog" Davis to do his own project titled “Table For 2”.  A lush CD with a blend of melodic tunes featuring Marty's signature angelic soprano sax and some very flavorful tenor expressions too. The title track "Table for 2" went to #12 on The Billboard Indicator Chart for airplay in the country in Smooth Jazz.   

Growing up the youngest of 7 children Marty was influenced by all styles of Music, mainly Jazz,  Rock & R&B. Marty played clarinet and drums at an early age of 6 years old.

 It wasn't until High School  that Marty played sax. Marty throughout High School and College played in clubs drumming and singing and did some studio work as well.

Marty Q’s live show is always satisfying, along with his soulful vocals, Marty is versatile while playing alto, tenor and soprano sax.  
 

Cost $19, $29
Location

Infinity Music Hall & Bistro
20 Greenwoods Rd.
Norfolk, CT
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Additional Information
Phone866-666-6306
Contact emailadmin@infinityhall.com
Websitehttp://www.infinityhall.com

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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