Adrian Belew

Thursday April 18, 2019
$45 public | $42 members

Adrian Belew is a legendary guitarist well-known for his diverse travels around the musical map. He is a multiinstrumentalist whose solo records are critically acclaimed. His moving singing voice and prolific songwriting has endeared a loyal fan base of music lovers. His music is being discovered everyday by more and more listeners thirsty for great music with a creative standard not often pushed by the commercial music industry.

For more than a decade the Adrian Belew Power Trio stunned audiences around the world. Now Adrian is ready to re-invent his live show with a new quartet which includes Jordan Perlson on drums, Saul Zonana on keyboards, guitar, and vocals, and bassist extraordinaire Julie Slick. The tour dates will be in support of Adrian's newest release "POP-SIDED", coming March 2019. Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy master musicians playing great songs and having a ball!

Adrian describes the show as, "a more complete picture of most things I've done. More songs, new songs from the award-winning FLUX app, King Crimson material I haven't played for years, and a dose of classic Power Trio. It's my intention to make this the best Adrian Belew show ever!”

Check out Adrian’s music app FLUX here: FLUX by Belew
Watch a clip from Pixar’s Oscar-nominated short film Piper, scored by Adrian Belew: Piper (Disney/Pixar)
Listen to Adrian’s score from Pixar’s Piper here on Amazon Music or Spotify

Opening Artist: Saul Zonana

Saul Zonana has recorded/mixed music for Adrian Belew, Crash Test Dummies, Blue Oyster Cult, Taylor Dayne, ATB and many others. He was in the first American band to ever play in Red Square, Moscow, in front of 70,000 fans. In May, 2007 he was featured on the cover of Guitar Magazine with Carlos Santana along with a full feature article. He’s contributed music to films and TV shows including Crazy Love, Men In Trees, Party Of Five, 24, Wonderful World, Dirt, Beautiful People, Army Wives, and Arrested Development.

Today Zonana owns a recording studio, Studio Z, in Nashville. He’s released ten of his own albums and one live CD, in addition to working with and/or producing many other acts. Along the way he secured two major recording contracts and two major publishing deals, received strong US radio play for his songs “Holiday” and “Chasin’ It”, and toured the world several times with artists such as Ace Frehley, Adrian Belew, Crash Test Dummies and Lisa Loeb.