Pawtucket, RI
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
ACLU Benefit Concert Featuring the Superchief Trio
Sat, September 21, 2013 at 8:00PM (Eastern)
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The RI ACLU will be holding a fundraising dance party featuring keyboardist, Keith Munslow and the Superchief Trio on Saturday, September 21st, 2013 at 8PM.  This is the fourth in the ACLU's "Evenings of Dangerous Songs"  concert series to support the agency's work on behalf of Rhode Islander's civil liberties.  The program will be held at the home of Stone Soup Coffeehouse.  Light refreshments will be available. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the door, at, or by calling (401) 831-7171.  Parking is found on-street. 

The American Civil Liberties Union is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to upholding and protecting the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Founded in the 1920s by a small group of devoted civil libertarians, today the ACLU is comprised of more than 500,000 members and more than fifty affiliates and chapters nationwide.

About the Superchief Trio

Pianist Keith Munslow met trombonist Pam Murray at Providence arts incubator AS220 in the early 1990's, where they performed together in the Smoking Jackets and the Neo 90s Dance Band. Keith and drummer Johnny Cote played together in the Big Nazo band, and soon Johnny became the drummer for the Neo 90s. Having cut their teeth on rough-and-tumble dance blues with the Smoking Jackets, Keith and Pam began playing gigs at a dim and smoky basement bar (now defunct) called The East Bay Regatta Club. Owing to safety in numbers, Johnny Cote was recruited, and Superchief Trio was born circa 2000. The casual nature of the place and its heckling denizens encouraged recklessness and experimentation with new songs, new arrangements and inspired a higher level of daredevil musical abandon. Emerging from this subterranean honky-tonk, Superchief Trio continues the tradition of good-time music and barrelhouse hijinks. In 2008 Superchief Trio grew to five members when they added guitarist Tom Ferraro & bassist/vocalist Steve Bigelow. Tom has been a staple in many RI bands, including The High Rollers & Stormin’ Norman & The Hurricanes. Steve has also been with numerous bands throughout New England including Sleepy LaBeef and Young Neal & the Vipers. With the addition of these great players, the band finds itself careening down new musical highways and back roads, amassing an ever-expanding repertoire of tasty original songs and cool cover tunes. In more ways than one, Superchief Trio has truly become the largest trio in Rhode Island...and beyond!

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