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Every Wednesday in March
The Slim Man Band!
We, the Slimmest of All Bands, are playing at the famous Vicky's, right outside Palm Springs. It's one of the coolest clubs around! They've got a 9-foot grand piano, and we've got just the guy to play it…Tateng Katindig, the Thrilla from Manila! Craig Chesnut on drums, Chase Huna on sax, and Nick Sosa on guitar. Sometimes Enrique Hernandez joins us on percussion. You gotta hear this band!
Vicky's of Santa Fe
45-100 Club Drive
Indian Wells, CA 92210
Friday, April 3rd, 2020
The Slim Man Band Returns to Sioux Falls!
South Dakota, Here We Come!
It's been a while since the Slim Men have been to Sioux Falls, a surprisingly cosmopolitan and hip haven of the arts. Here is your chance to see Giorgio Hazelrigg on piano, Kevin Levi on sax, John E Coale on drums, and Mr. Man on bass and vocals. We'll be playing all your favorite Slim Man songs, as well as some Bona Fide instrumentals and a couple of very cool covers. The show is at the legendary Orpheum Theater, a venue that is one of the best places around to see a show. Especially a Slim Man Show!
The Orpheum Theater
315 N. Phillips
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
SHOWTIME 8 PM!!
Saturday, June 27, 2020
The Slim Men Return to the Soundry in Columbia!
That's Maryland, not South America
For this very special sizzling summer show, we have quite the lineup...Kevin Levi on sax, John E Coale on drums, Hit Man Howie Z on bongos, Rick O'Rick on synth, and Giorgio Hazelrigg, the King of the Keys, on piano. Giorgio is badass, as the kids say these days. If you haven't heard this band, you owe it to yourself to check 'em out. The last time we played together it was sold out, and the band was SMOKIN'! We don't know what they were smokin', but it must have been good because it was the best show in a long time.