Go Big For Hunger All-Star Band Feat. Oteil Burbridge, Cyril Neville, Tom Constanten, Rob Derhak, Wally Ingram, and Steve Kimock at Portland House of Music and Bayside Bowl March 2 and 3
Media Contact: Greg Martens, (207) 402-4950
PORTLAND, ME - The Go Big For Hunger All-Star Band returns for two fundraising concerts at Portland House of Music and Bayside Bowl on March 2 and 3, 2023. Led by current Dead & Company and longtime Allman Brothers Band bassist Oteil Burbridge and New Orleans' "first family of funk" percussionist and vocalist Cyril Neville, the shows feature Grateful Dead keyboardist Tom Constanten, moe. vocalist and songwriter Rob Derhak, Timbuk 3 drummer and percussionist Wally Ingram, and Zero and KVHW guitarist Steve Kimock.
Go Big For Hunger All-Star Band - Night One
THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 2023, 7 PM, AT PORTLAND HOUSE OF MUSIC
Go Big For Hunger All-Star Band - Night Two
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2023, AT 7 PM, AT BAYSIDE BOWL
"March 2 and 3 will be great nights for live music in Portland, Maine. These musicians create works of art, not just concert experiences," said promoter Greg Martens, Go Big For Hunger founder. "I have a long and, at times, storied music history, which includes accumulating treasured relationships with everyone on the lineup. I am lucky, and I take tremendous joy in creating and sharing the Go Big Jam with music lovers."
Night One guest artists include local artists: Tom Faunce, Jenna Mammina, Charles Wigo IV, John Hanrahan, Jeff Glidden, Matt Day, Brian Graham, James Taylor, Chris Dow, Compton Maddux, Sam Whitman, Chris Coninis, Chip Sullivan, Treelock Wheelock, Dan Kelly, Rodney Sturdee, Marcus Kaplan, Marc Chillemi, Jeff Merrow, Tim Tyler, David Graham, and Michael Taylor.
Night Two guests include the Beyond Description, members of Rustic Overtones, SeepeopleS, theWorst, Darby Sabin, Hambone, and Frank Bang 3, plus many others.
"As we are all aware, any number of children living with hunger here in Maine or anywhere is unacceptable," said Martens. "I started Go Big For Hunger to raise money to support Maine's anti-hunger organization Full Plates Full Potential. Go Big raises money through concerts, and I appreciate my friends filling our stages and packing the house to enjoy the shows."