Session of songwriters in Plzeň. Acoustic show.
Little friendly showcase of three artists of another styles. Traditional Spain and portugal music represents Frída Co., hard acoustic blues with an jazz and folk influences represents Justin Lavash and Czech songwriting represents Marek Dusil Blend
Facebook event: www.facebook.com/events/743562335741401/ Tramvajové spojení: 22, 25, 57 (zastávka U Kaštanu)
Acousti cut (Akustický řez) is a traditional event which is every month in another club. Corner stone of this event is band MAREK DUSIL BLEND and guests on the stage are this evening pop-punk teenage trio KOBYLINEC with theirs humour sotys and PETR KADLČEK headliner of popular Czech band natural in a solo acoustic gig only with his guitar.
Acoustic cut / Akustický řez annual music event, running 4 Years yet, and had started in this club. Pleasure place, with a good beer, sound and near to Underground line- Metro
Sounds Like: Fink, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Kings Of Leon, Justin Lavash, Števo Šanta a Ostrov
Manager: Marek Dusil
Bio: Marek Dusil is an Prague´s songwriter, who´s building his songs on the ground of folk, rock and blues. Influences from Czech scene, from american folk- rock bands and blues bands from everywhere. Most of songs are wrote in his native language - czech, but time to time coming song in english. But ...See Full Bio
““The Marek Dusil Blend formed in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Marek Dusil was the songwriting cornerstone for the group, with musicians gathering, and aiding, in the creation of the music. Health concerns took the lead guitarist away from the group shortly after their 2010 debut album, the culmination of five years of work. Rather than plugging in another musician, Marek wisely chose to record and present Ocean, the band’s latest release, with a more acoustic face to the sound. Many of the song’s stories are told in native Czech. The tracks recorded in English hint that lyric content for the tales moves with the same poetic flow through both languages. An assured acoustic rhythm grounds “More Stones” as a solid border of fret work from Marek Dusil’s guitar maintains consistency in the arrangement. The weaving note patterns never become routine yet there is an order, made possible by the six-string, that allows David Bapka’s lap steel to take flight and offers a firm foundation”