TELLURIDE BLUES & BREWS KICKS OFF WITH LITTLE HURRICANE

The 19th Annual Telluride Blues & Brews Festival is proud to announce San Diego Blues/Rock duo Little Hurricane for the Bal de Maison, a special weekend opening performance at the historic Sheridan Opera House. The event takes place Thursday, September 13, 9 p.m.

Little Hurricane currently is touring the country in support of their debut album, Homewrecker, a hard-hitting release that spins raw, dirty dirty blues with with indie rock influences, great lyrics and an unforgettable sound that combines comforting familiarity and originality.

Little Hurricane mixes soulful verses with harmonized vocals, a synergic approach to finding the thread that binds the electric soul of Chicago blues and the raw grit of West Coast indie rock. Fronted by Anthony “Tone” Catalano on guitar, and backed by Celeste “CC” Spina on drums, the two young multi-instrumentalists have been making waves with their tension-building song structures embedded in six string distortion, heavy percussion, and tragically honest lyrical content.

As I Live Music blogger, Adam E. Smith put it this way:

“This dynamic chemistry has afforded them the chance to take their deep blues tales to the frontlines of festivals with spots at Lollapalooza, South By Southwest, and Austin City Limits.”

Making it a habit to stun audiences around the country, Little Hurricane’s buzzing live performance whirlwind is nothing short of impressive for a Southern California band that met via Craigslist and released their debut album, Homewrecker, in April of last year.

Limited tickets for Little Hurricane for the Bal de Maison are $20.00 and on sale now at tellurideblues.com or by phone at (866) 515-6166.

All tickets and passes to Telluride Blues & Brews are also on sale now. Saturday and Sunday passes are $65 with Friday passes at just $55. Three-Day passes run $170. Juke Joint passes are $25 per night, and feature late night jams at various intimate venues. Festival 4-day camping passes are $40 per person, with camping located adjacent to the Festival grounds starting Thursday, September 13.

Tickets also available locally at both Telluride Music, located at 123 E. Colorado Ave and Wizard Entertainment, located at 126 East Colorado Avenue.

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