Reed Mathis and Electric Beethoven To Perform At Salvage Station on January 29th
Asheville’s Salvage Station is proud to announce that Reed Mathis and Electric Beethoven will be performing on Sunday, January 29th. The performance will include Mathis’ recent rearrangement of Beethoven’s Symphonies #3 and #6 with modern-era dance beats and plenty of waypoints for the musicians to jump off into heavy, full-band improvisations. Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance online for $15.00 from https://reedmathisandelectricbeethoven.eventbrite.com or at the door on the day of the event.
While on tour with various projects over the past few years, bassist extraordinaire Reed Mathis spent his spare time rearranging Beethoven (Symphonies #3 and #6), recording each newly reimagined movement with a long and impressive “who’s-who” list of his musical brethren, including Phish’s Page McConnell and Mike Gordon, Marco Benevento, Joe Russo, the Barr Brothers, Robert Walter and Galactic’s Stanton Moore. The resulting double album, “Beathoven,” was released September 2016 on Royal Potato Family records.
When imagining what it would be like to tour these Beethoven masterpieces, consider this: It’s jamtronica with Beethoven — hence, the world’s first CDM (“classical dance music”) band. While the album’s many special guests will show up at various shows along the way, to tour the album for the next two years, Mathis assembled his very own dream team: Jay Lane (Primus, Ratdog) on drums, Todd Stoops (RAQ / Kung Fu) on keyboards, Cochrane McMillan (Tea Leaf Green) on percussion and laptop, and Clay Welch on guitar.
What: Reed Mathis and Electric Beethoven
When: Sunday, January 29th
Where: Salvage Station, 468 Riverside Dr., Asheville, NC, 28801
Tickets: $15 Advance &/ Day of Event
More Information: https://reedmathisandelectricbeethoven.eventbrite.com
Ticket Link: https://reedmathisandelectricbeethoven.eventbrite.com
ABOUT SALVAGE STATION
Salvage Station is Asheville’s newest riverfront bar, restaurant, concert hall, and special events venue with the ability to host up to 2,500 guests. From music shows and festivals, to community and private events, the Salvage Station is an excellent place to hang out and have a great experience.