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Frankenstein Bros. hitting B.B. King's this Monday; handful of tickets still available
If you're looking to experience a show like none other, you'll have your chance this coming Monday, March 26, at B.B. King's Blues Club & Grill in Times Square, NYC.
The Frankenstein Bros., featuring Buckethead & "That 1 Guy", a.k.a. Mike Silverman, will be bringing their brand of eclectic-but-beautiful sonic madness to the lounge-styled venue for all to enjoy. Buckethead, who played the same venue back in the summer of 2011, is about as enigmatic and bizarre of a musician as one is apt to find. Whether it is the extremely unique persona or the even more original & furious playing style that characterizes the virtuoso guitarist, he remains a sight to see when on stage and maintains a presence that is starkly contradictory to the shroud of anonymity that he hides behind.
"That 1 Guy", Mike Silverman, is no stranger to eccentricity, himself. Though he got his start as a bass player, Silverman is best known for crafting his own musical instrument, a seven-foot-tall collection of swiveling pipes, metal gears, bass strings and electronic buttons in the shape of a harp known as the "Magic Pipe". The extreme uniqueness of both the instrument and his performances have brought him critical acclaim and massive success - and teaming up with Buckethead is about the only thing that he could've done to make his performance more interesting, more impressive and more out-there.
Tri-State Rock will be on-hand to enjoy the aural assault that these two will likely be providing & a full-review, as well as photographs and the set list will be available on www.tri-staterock.com Tuesday morning!
Tickets are still available for the show and can be purchased by clicking here. If you're on the fence and need a little convincing, check out the video of the Frankenstein Bros. performing together below - your mind will likely be made up for you very easily: