Fri, Nov 11, 2005. Doors open 7:30 PM
Bill and Fred's Excellent Adventure
Bill Mott - vocals, guitar
Fred Wilchek - more guitars
Dale Kotler - bass guitar
Howard Kadison - drums, no guitar
Come party down for Thanksgiving with Profusion's own Fred Wilchek as he brings to the Inwood Coffeehouse a special group of old friends.
Singer, songwriter, rocker, Bill Mott has been performing on the Baltimore/Washington music scene for over 25 years. His critically acclaimed CD, Dancing With Angels, has gained national and international recognition being played on stations in over fifty countries and across the United States. Bill's ensemble includes ten-time Wammie™ award winning guitarist Bill Kirchen, the very talented guitarist and producer Billy Kemp, well-known pianist Deanna Bogart, Jeff Sarli (bassist of the Rolling Stones' Bridges to Babylon CD), keyboardist Mookie Siegal from Bob Weir's Band (Grateful Dead).
"Bill's music might be best described as a work that would come from sessions with Bob Seger accompanied by his Silver Bullet Band, Alan Jackson, and Jimmy Buffett." - The Gazette
Former student of Fred and bass player, Dale Kotler can be found by day teaching music at Victor Litz Music in Gaithersburg and by night performing with the rock band "Stratus." Check out Stratusrocks.com.
Drummer Howard Kadison has performed in every state of the U.S. He has played in jazz festivals from Singapore to Norway and performed with many artists over the years including Carmen McRae, Barbra Streisand, Shirley Bassey, Al Hirt, Laura Nyro and Pete Fountain.
And be sure not to miss special Profusion guest folk artist, David Potts-Dupre. A 20 year resident of Takoma Park and a founding member of TakomaZone, David has been playing music for over 25 years, performing in acoustic coffee house settings from Takoma Park, Maryland to Davis, California.
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