"Smoketoberfest" All Ages + Bar w/ID Other bands will be playing ... DLIVAHH is scheduled to play @ 8:00 pm
The DLivahh Band Featuring Tony DLivahh & drummer Ken Elkind
Downtown park near the light rail, and across the street from the Y
This is The official Sky Cast Indies Christmas Show Artist Line-up. It Will be the Final Show of the Year and will run until New Years Eve. Sky Cast Thanks Everyone Who Has Supported The Show Especially The Peeps At A.A.G.S.C. And Wish You All a Happy Holiday Season. Times again are 9pm EST and 6pm PAC Cheers and Looking forward to seeing you all again in the New Year, Wordsmyth.
Sounds Like: Phil Keaggy, Pink Floyd, Kerry Livgren/A.D., Deep Purple, Jethro Tull
Label: Publishing: Royalty7Music/TonyKingMusic, Royalty7Records
Manager: Renee Prince
Bio: Tony DLivahh's music incorporates his signature guitar sounds, which are very "classic rock" like, and a flourish of keyboard/piano work throughout. The rhythms vary and the vocals are soaring. All of this to round out the sound that folks are labelling "different but good!" The lyrics are often...See Full Bio
“After spending time as both a musician and minister, Tony “DLivahh” Prince has found a balance of his two inspirations, blending his ’70s music roots with Christian ministry to produce music that both inspires and “rocks.” Prince’s eighth and most recent album is a conceptual disc entitled “Behind the Mask.” The songs featured on “Behind the Mask” have a wide range of themes and sounds, from faith-based ballads about God to high-energy songs that reflect his love of the “Lord of the Rings” movie trilogy. Paisley Yankolovich, another modern Christian artist who is based in Phoenix and collaborated with Prince on “Behind the Mask,” reflected on Prince’s work. “Tony is his own creation,” Yankolovich said. “He is an incredibly talented musician and singer and songwriter, but he definitely marches to the beat of his own drum.” ... Prince said the only mission he has in making music is bringing people joy. ”
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