Saturday 3 November 2012 at 10:00pm
227 Maple Ave E, Vienna, 22180, United States
Tel: (703) 255-1566
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Lucca's life-long immersion in music and his ever-deepening life experiences have resulted in a potently affecting body of work: his lyrics and vocal quality are instantly identifiable, even to those who have heard his music once or twice. Raised in Waterford, Michigan, Lucca began singing at age 3; by 12 he was writing and playing in Detroit-area bands. As a teen, he lived in Orlando, Florida, where he worked for four seasons on the Disney Channel's "Mickey Mouse Club" alongside such future superstars as Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and *Nsync's Justin Timberlake and JC Chasez.
It wasn't until the Michigan-native turned 18 and moved to Los Angeles that he realized his true potential as a legitimate artist. After familiarizing himself with the landscape, Lucca began writing and recording music with some of the most talented artists and players around. Lucca, who is based in LA, went the internet route and sold his first two independent releases, his debut "So Satisfied" (1997) and the follow-up "Strong Words, Softly Spoken" (1999), through his own website. His first commercially distributed album, "Shotgun," arrived in 2004. It was succeeded by his Rock Ridge Music debut "Canyon Songs" (2006) and "Come Around Again" (2008), "Rendezvous With The Angels" (2010) , and Lucca's most recent release, "Under The Influence," which came out in 2011 (a 10-song compilation of tunes by artists that influenced Lucca as a musician and songwriter).
His songs have been featured on TV's "Friday Night Lights," "Brothers & Sisters," "Shark," and "Felicity" and in Kevin Costner's feature "Open Range." He has been seen on E! Entertainment Televsion and A&E, and performed numerous times on NBC's "Last Call With Carson Daly." In 2011, he appeared as himself on NBC's "Parenthood," performing his song "Like Love." Lucca was also tapped to appear in friend Justin Timberlake's 901 Tequila commercial spot. Over the course of his career, Lucca has shared stages with *Nsync, Marc Anthony, Macy Gray, Johnny Lang, the late Chris Whitley, Sara Bareilles, and Tyrone Wells. Lucca has also completed several cooperative tours with Jay Nash and Matt Duke (which resulted in "TFDI," a collaborative EP recorded at SPACE in Evanston, Illinois, and released by Rykodisc in late 2009, and "When I Stop Running," a full-length album by the trio that was released by Rock Ridge Music in the summer of 2011).
Saturday November 3 10:00PM
Tony Lucca (full band!)
+ Matt Duke
9pm - The new Lobby Bar opens
10pm - Doors
10pm - Tony Lucca
After The Show - Lobby Bar stays open!
Buy tickets for Tony Lucca (full band!)
• Full dinner and drink menu available
• All ages
• The Lobby Bar opens at 9pm
• General admission standing
• First come, first seated
Tony Lucca (full band!)
Tony Lucca captured America's hearts this year as the Team Adam finalist on NBC's hit TV show "The Voice." Lucca's cover of Hugo's version of Jay-Z's "99 Problems" reacted strongly, propelling Lucca to the No. 3 spot on iTunes Overall Singles sales chart and No. 1 on iTunes Rock Singles chart. Additionally, Lucca's duet of "Yesterday" by The Beatles with coach Adam Levine (Maroon 5) landed Top 5 o n iTunes Overall and Pop Singles sales charts. In 2011, Tony Lucca appeared as himself on NBC's "Parenthood" performing his song "Like Love." Lucca was also tapped to appear in friend Justin Timberlake's 901 tequila commercial spot. His songs have been featured on TV's "Friday Night Lights," "Brothers & Sisters," "Shark," and "Felicity" and in Kevin Costner's feature "Open Range." He has been seen on E! Entertainment Television and A&E, and performed numerous times on NBC's "Last Call With Carson Daly." Over the course of his career, Lucca has shared stages with *NSYNC, Marc Anthony, Macy Gray, Johnny Lang, the late Chris Whitley, Sara Bareilles, and Tyrone Wells. Lucca has also completed several cooperative tours with Jay Nash and Matt Duke, also known as TFDI.
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Duke's impressionistic lyrics - delivered in a pure tenor that cuts straight to the bone -- shine bright, particularly throughout the edgy "Kangaroo Court" and on the guitar-driven "Needle and Thread," in which Duke assumes the role of the troubadour yearning to find "open arms at the bar for the prodigal son that often goes astray." Such quests make up the heart and soul of One Day Die - an album which finds Duke asking questions of himself and which grabs listeners by the lapels and shakes them into a similar frame of mind. Duke has been to a lot of places since he began his musical career. Writing and performing around South Jersey and Philadelphia while in high school helped him win the respect of soon-to-be-collaborators like Marshall Crenshaw, Suzzy Roche and Dylan sidemanDavid Mansfield.