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Colie Brice

Rank #1 US Eastport, ME Blues / Experimental Music / Eclectic Songs
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Sounds Like: Albert King, Phantom's Opera, Gemini, LUNAR ensemble, John Lennon

Label: AERIA Records

Manager: AERIA Entertainment L.L.C.

Bio: Colie Brice has recorded 27 independently produced albums, recorded and co-produced three internationally distributed albums as the lead singer and a songwriter for Phantom's Opera a band that at one time featured members of Bon Jovi and other notable NJ musicians and is footnoted in the Encyclop... See Full Bio

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Twitter_icon_for_status: Posted a new song: "Dark Thoughts" http://t.co/GLMF6OSaNp http://t.co/k3kMB9Cl5F

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  • Sat

    Aug 16


    Machias, ME, US | 1:00pm
    Black Fly Ball
    Machias, ME, US
    Sat Aug 16 1:00pm

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    with the Field Guides

  • Sat

    Aug 9


    Eastport, ME, US | 4:00pm
    Rossport Farms
    Eastport, ME, US
    Sat Aug 09 4:00pm

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    TBA

  • Sat

    Aug 9


    Eastport, ME, US | 12:00am
    Rossport Farms
    Eastport, ME, US
    Sat Aug 09 12:00am
  • Sun

    Aug 3


    Eastport, ME, US | 5:30pm

    Eastport, ME, US
    Sun Aug 03 5:30pm

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    "Retrospecitive" . Paintings by artist John R. Salko Artist Reception - Sunday, Aug 3rd, 2014 - at 5:30 Presented by the Eastport Art Center Eastport, Maine (the Island city of art!) Music provided by Coleman R. Brice — with John Salko and Coleman R. Brice.

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    Jul 19


    Lubec, ME, US | 7:00pm
    Lubec Blues Weekend
    Lubec, ME, US
    Sat Jul 19 7:00pm

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    "more if you can, less if you can't" applies to all "suggested donations" and includes refreshments. House concerts are a great way to meet the artist and enjoy music in an intimate setting which often ends in a "kitchen party." We'll try not to turn you away but please RSVP to guarantee a seat and find out the location. All are welcome to bring food and drink to share. Frank Fotusky Colie Brice A very special weekend in many ways, CB Music welcomes two friends who have immigrated from New Jersey and enriched the already thriving climate of Maine. "When Frank Fotusky plays, listeners are moved by the sweet sadness, the fine instrumentation and his melancholy singing. He is a fine picker that he can hold his own against the best guitar virtuosos in the land. Upon first listen, he will remind you of Paul Geremia and Jorma Kaukonen, two very comparable musicians with a similar style, drawn from the original 1920s and 30s blues of Blind Blake, Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Wille McTell and later Rev. Gary Davis." Acoustic, Folk, and Country Blues in the21st Century web site. Read Frank's entire profile on the site. Originally from South Jersey, Frank moved to Portland a short time ago and is making his mark already. We'll do a house concert & kitchen party on Friday to welcome Frank to Lubec - call 207 733-4570 or email for directions and reservations (seating limited). On Sunday Frank will host an acoustic blues workshop. The big show at Crow Town Gallery on Saturday will also feature another ex-Jersey musician who now lives in Eastport, the amazing Colie Brice. Colie Brice has recorded 27 independently produced albums, recorded and co-produced three internationally distributed albums as the lead singer and a songwriter for Phantom's Opera a band that at one time featured members of Bon Jovi and other notable NJ musicians and is footnoted in the Encyclopedia of Rock & Roll. After experiencing the Grateful Dead live, Colie set upon pursuing a creative direction he terms the "Luna Muse" principle and started creating a sub genre of music he calls New Age Blues. In 1997 Colie's solo debut New Age Blues was accepted in the 40th Annual Grammy Nomination Entry List in several categories including Top Instrumental for "17G (Tribute to Jerry)"After experiencing the Grateful Dead live, Colie set upon pursuing a creative direction he terms the "Luna Muse" principle and started creating a sub genre of music he calls New Age Blues. In 1997 Colie's solo debut New Age Blues was accepted in the 40th Annual Grammy Nomination Entry List in several categories including Top Instrumental for "17G (Tribute to Jerry)" He'll open for the legendary Dick Dale on August 9, 2014 at Rossport Farms in Eastport, Maine. For more information visit: http://coliebrice.com

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  • LeonB. (Artist) LeonB.
    Very creative and unique Blues-elements here ! Best wishes,Leon.
  • Overnight Collides (Artist) Overnight Collides
    Awesome tune's! Luv your sound. Check us out when you can! :) - Overnight Collides
  • sleeping dogs lie (Artist) sleeping dogs lie
    Nice fretwork! Best of luck to you, Eric
  • BadgerStatic (Artist) BadgerStatic
    Great Sound and Playing!
  • Rich Pulin Musical Family (Artist) Rich Pulin Musical F...
    You sound great! I have a song (not recorded)on a lead sheet that I believe is right in your 'wheelhouse' and I'd like to send it over by e-mail, if you don't mind. Plz send ...
  • Smith III (Artist) Smith III
    Nice work! I came by to show you some love and support, you can return the favor by stopping by out page. Put A Stamp On it!
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Q: I often get asked if I played with guitar genius Michael Romeo of Symphony X infamy.
A: Yes Mike and I played in Phantom's Opera together. We recorded one album and lots of demos together. We went to jr. high together and spent a lot of time jamming throughout high school and our early 20's. I was always in awe of Mike's talent as a guitarist and even more so as a composer. We often fought like blood brothers. None the less I am extremely happy for him and his continued success with Symphony X. You rarely see someone get the credit they are due in the music business and I am happy Mike is acknowledged as one of the world's greatest guitarists. He is.. I never saw a musician work harder to improve their knowledge and technique. In fact I never saw anyone even come close. The maestro deserves every accolade he gets.

Asked by Colie Brice. Answered on Tue Apr 09 2013

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