Earlier last month, The Disco Biscuits’ Marc Brownstein announced that his relatively new project Star Kitchen will be making its inaugural run this November with a mini East Coast tour. Brownstein debuted his new side project over the summer at Rothbury, MI’s Electric Forest festival.
Star Kitchen has tapped a very special guest for one of their upcoming inaugural shows, as legendary sacred steel player Robert Randolph will join the quartet at their Ardmore Music Hall show on Friday, November 9th. Star Kitchen and Randolph will also be joined by saxophonist James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band), vocalist Lady Alma, and hip-hop artist Chill Moody.
With Star Kitchen, Brownstein finds himself joined by Danny Mayer (Eric Krasno Band), Rob Marscher (Addison Groove Project), and Marlon Lewis (Lauryn Hill & John Legend). During the group’s first performance at Electric Forest, the band stuck to classics, using tight renditions of funk and R&B standards as a launching point to dive deep into adventurous and exploratory extended jams.
The first-ever Star Kitchen run kicks off at Washington, D.C.’s Gypsy Sally’s on November 8th, followed up by a performance at Ardmore Music Hall, a fan-favorite venue just outside of Brownstein’s Philadelphia home base, on November 9th. From there, the group will continue on to Worcester, Massachusetts, with a performance at Electric Haze on November 10th. Star Kitchen’s upcoming debut mini-tour will close out with a show at New York City’s Brooklyn Bowl on November 11th.
Tickets for Star Kitchen’s upcoming Ardmore Music Hall show can be purchased here.
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