RUSTIC OVERTONES TO PLAY RARE FREE LIVE SHOW AT BULL MOOSE IN WINDHAM SATURDAY MARCH 22

Rustic Overtones will play at Bull Moose

WINDHAM – In celebration of the national re-issue of its July 2007 reunion album, “Light at the End,” Rustic Overtones has added a Maine appearance to its spring East Coast tour.

The band, which was formed in 1995 in Portland and split in 2002, will play a free live show, open to the public, at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at the Bull Moose music store in the Windham Shopping Center, 771 Roosevelt Trail.

Making up the band are guitarist and lead vocalist Dave Gutter, drummer Tony McNaboe, trombonist Dave Noyes, baritone saxophonist Jason Ward, bassist Jon Roods, alto and tenor saxophonist Ryan Zoidis, and keyboardist and vocalist Spencer Albee. They describe their sound as a rock/soul/funk mix of “fiery rhythm section, blazing horn riffs and soulful vocals.”

Last July, during the first month of “Light at the End’s” release, it was available only through Bull Moose stores and bullmoose.com. It stole the Bull Moose record for the highest-grossing, first-week sales of a local release in the store’s history. By August, the CD had continued to top the Bull Moose sales charts for four weeks running, making the CD a record-breaking release for the independent 10-store chain.

The album’s re-issue, available at Bull Moose stores, includes a bonus track featuring David Bowie and updated artwork.


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