Save the date for an on-line, streamed concert benefiting KPFT 90.1 FM. Hosted by Sandy Weinmann of DeadBeat, Houston based musicians Matt Harlan, Mark Winters, and Jimmy Pizzitola will share an evening of original songs.
Tickets are $15 and available through Eventbright: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/kpft-benefit-show-w-sandy-weinmannjimmy-pizzitolamatt-harlanmark-winters-tickets-119135755251
About DEADbEAT – Every Saturday from 3 to 6 PM DEADbEAT airs on the Mighty 90 – KPFT Houston. The show offers a fusion of musical genres including: blues, jam, rock, bluegrass, and more. Its a temporal trip from the latest releases to the roots of recorded music. Live in-studio performances from both local and touring musicians are also a staple of the program… And if that’s not enough, count on some good old Grateful Dead to rock your Saturday.
About Matt – Houston favorite, Matt Harlan is a troubadour of the first degree, bringing his handcrafted songs to stages across his home state of Texas, the USA and Europe. Harlan is a winner of multiple songwriting accolades, from outfits like American Songwriter, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Billboard. He was named Singer-Songwriter of the Year in the 2013 Texas Music Awards and was featured alongside a stellar cast of characters (Lyle Lovett, Guy Clark) in the documentary, “For the Sake of the Song.”
About Mark – Mark Winters is a Sugar Land, Texas based rock musician. Marks positive perspective and influences from the people in his life, and a love for guitar drew him to music. Mark’s poetic style comes from his Grandmother who taught him how to write poetry and express himself. Mark combined his positive perspective, music and poetry to form his signature sound, rock with a positive vibe.
About Jimmy: Jimmy Pizzitola is a Houston based singer/songwriter, night-time landscaper, and lover of all things jellicle (except Cats). His early musical influences, driven into his three year old skull while being held captive in the back of a 1968 blue Malibu by his carpool-driving mother, were the singer-songwriters of the 1970’s. Jimmy is a Sugar Hill recording artist that weaves lyrics that tell stories!
Please join us for this KPFT benefit