Grammy Winner Micki Free – Rock Star Memoirs Tour

Nov

21

The Details

Date: Thursday, November 21, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm

Advance: $20

Day of Show: $25

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Show Details
  • When: Thursday, Nov 21, 2019 9:00 PM (Doors open at 8:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $20.00 – $100.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 18 & over

Micki Free:Micki Free really needs no introduction; Originally discovered and managed by Gene Simmons of KISS, Grammy Award Winner & Multi-Native American Music Award Winning artist Micki Free is no stranger to success. His rich musical history includes his career and as a current member in the Multi-Platinum recording sensation Shalamar, his collaboration with Jean Beauvoir in cult AOR legends Crown of Thorns and embracing his Cherokee & Comanche descent – creating Native American flute music. Let’s not forget The Dave Chappell Show and how Charlie Murphy’s Hollywood Stories has made Micki Free a “cult icon” with the “infamous” The Prince skit. As a rock & blues solo artist Micki has also enjoyed international acclaim, regularly playing the Hard Rock Calling festival in London’s Hyde Park to 100,000 of his closest fans and friends, and working with some of rock & pops greatest luminaries including; Prince, Janet Jackson, Wendy O Williams, Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley of KISS, Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, Bill Wyman of The Rolling Stones, Cindy Blackman-Santana to name but a few. Fans and new friends include; Billie & Joe Perry guitarist for Aerosmith, George Lopez and Carlos Santana. (Stay tuned for an upcoming project with Carlos in the VERY near future!)

“Micki Free, is a multi-talented maker of mad machinations in a most mesmerizing manner”
-The Rev. Billy F. Gibbons, ZZ Top
“Jimi Hendrix rides again!” – Bill Wyman
“Micki Free is not a Jimi Hendrix impersonator, but a Jimi Hendrix innovator,”
-Gene Simmons
“I’m not into guitar technique and/or speed. I am a simple “blues-rock inspired guitarist”, influenced by the greats that came before me; Muddy Waters, Albert King, John Lee Hooker, Billy Gibbons and Jimi Hendrix to name a few. I am only interested in the outcome of my guitar playing in connection with my song writing or a good “free form jam”, did it move my audience and listeners, did we connect on the level of music” -Micki Free