Ray Bonneville - Wednesday, August 16th 8:00
The first thing he did was live an amazing life. The kind of Steinbeck novels.
Next, like any great author, he just sat with it. Listened deep within.
Until the songs, like a great novel, finally emerged. When they did, they were born fully grown; mature, graceful, and familiar. That's when Ray Bonneville, now in his forties, began performing.
With that rare combination of poetry and groove, like Greg Brown or Bruce Cockburn, Bonneville brings you more soul than a 12-piece funk band. With little more than the alternating bass of his thumb and a harmonica like Louis Armstrong's trumpet, Bonneville will lull you to sleep in a land of rhythm and blues.