The End Of The World tour with Gungor, The Brilliance & Propaganda

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The End Of The World tour with Gungor, The Brilliance & Propaganda
Tuesday, April 30, 2019 8:00 PM
Mystic Theatre & Music Hall, Petaluma, CA
  • 21 & over
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General Admission

$23.00

Balcony Reserved

$38.00

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  • When: Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019 8:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $23.00 - $49.99
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
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Doors 7pm / Show 8pm
Tickets: $23 general admission advance / $28 general admission doors / $38 balcony reserved

Gungor: Michael and Lisa Gungor are curators of the Grammy-nominated musical collective simply known as Gungor. The duo uses their skills as accomplished song writers and multi-instrumentalists to tell honest and forthright stories - some personal and some allegorical. Together they’ve tapped their considerable musical reserves to blur genres and break expectations creating a unique magnetic expression. Gungor just completed their album trilogy titled “One Wild Life," now available everywhere.
The Brilliance:
THE BRILLIANCE create art that inspires empathy.
 
In a world where hate is the language of the day, racial tension runs high, violence is a means to an end and shootings are a common occurrence, it’s easy to give in to despair. Yet, in the midst of New York City, one of the country’s most diverse and socially involved cities, lies a musical collective creating art that’s counter cultural. With their second full-length project, David Gungor and John Arndt—otherwise known as The Brilliance.
 
The two men have shared a brotherly bond since childhood when their fathers played in a wedding band together in the ’70s. Throughout college, they made music together in a variety of bands. Eventually, David wanted wanted to write original music, so he sent some ideas to Arndt, and a unique musical journey began as the two, along with an ensemble of musician friends, began recording under the moniker of The Brilliance. Inspired by neoclassical music, their sound is built on piano and string arrangements and rarely follows traditional pop form.