Wednesday 11/22 – Children of the Klorn featuring Matt Lapham, Anthony Cole & Simon Klochko at Jazz Tastings in Maitland. (Early show – 7:00-11:00)
RC3 [Roosevelt Collier|Anthony Cole|Matt Lapham] WINTER 2017 TOUR
Roosevelt Collier Trio hits the road this Winter..
12/6 – Raleigh ,NC @ The Pour House Music Hall
12/7 – Charleston,SC @ Charleston Pour House
12/8 – Ashville,NC @ Asheville Music Hall
12/9 – Lexington,NC @ High Rock Outfitters
12/13 – Richmond,VA @ Capital Ale House Richmond
12/14 – Washington,DC @ Pearl Street Warehouse
12/15 – Philly,PA @ The Ardmore Music Hall
12/16 – Brooklyn,NY @ Knitting Factory Brooklyn
12/17 – Bridgeport,Ct @ The Acoustic
12/19 – Charlotte, NC @ The Evening Muse
Doug Wimbish, bassist of Living Colour, joins Roosevelt Collier’s Trio for a night of sacred steel and massive low-end. You won’t want to miss this unique show.
Free Show, as always.
Today June 8 at 8 PM – 12 AM
937 Douglas Ave, Dunedin, Florida 34698
Roosevelt Collier Trio w/ Con Leche at Red Lion Pub – 7/23
We are thrilled to announce the Doctor’s return to the Lion’s Den!
Roosevelt Collier Trio (RC3)
featuring Matt Lapham & Anthony Cole
w/ Con Leche
RC3 SET & Special Guests 10/2/15:
Videos courtesy of The Sober Goat Productions
Saturday, July 23rd
$10 | 9pm | 18+
Soft-spoken by nature, south Florida-bred Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the sacred steel guitar. Brought up in the tradition of the House of God Church, Roosevelt built his reputation alongside his uncles and cousins in The Lee Boys, known for their spirited, soul-shaking live performances. Seated front and center, “The Dr.” leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work on the pedal steel. At festivals, he is a regular “Artist at Large,” performing alongside many of music’s most prestigious acts, from the Allman Brothers, to the Funky Meters, to Los Lobos to the Del McCoury Band. Whether on tour with the Lee Boys, bouncing from stage to stage at festivals, or hosting an allstar get down in Miami, when Roosevelt takes the stage, the ear-to-ear grins can’t help but be contagious.