The Salisbury-based recording artist returns to The Blue Vine
November 26, 2010 (CHARLOTTE, NC) — The Marc Hoffman Trio will return to The Blue Vine in downtown Salisbury for another “Blast From the Past Evening” of tunes primarily by bands that became known primarily for one song on Saturday, November 27, from 9 to 11:30 p.m. There is no cover charge.
Recording artist Marc Hoffman and his trio have prepared a play list full of “one hit wonders” for the Saturday night performance as well as other favorites. The trio includes Terry Peoples on bass and Chris Garges on drums.
“It’s always fun to play close to home at The Blue Vine,” Hoffman said. “It’s an opportunity to perform a lot of music I don’t get to do anywhere else.” Great crowds, too!”
As a composer, pianist and vocalist, Hoffman regularly performs a repertoire of original jazz and his own arrangements of standards, ballads, and pop in clubs, concerts, jazz festivals and other public and private events. He often performs with his trio, but he also works as a soloist.
Hoffman and bassist Sean Tarleton performed Beatles hits at The Blue Vine in August. More recently, Hoffman joined his old band, the once-popular “Fahrenheit,” for a reunion concert of Classic Rock cover tunes at The Blue Vine.
For more information on Marc Hoffman, visit www.marchoffman.com.
For more information on The Blue Vine Wine Shop & Wine Bar, go to www.thebluevine.com.
About Marc Hoffman:
Virillion Music recently released Curioso, Marc Hoffman’s third CD that features an eclectic blend of all-original jazz. Curioso followed Long Way Home, a CD of piano music that blends jazz, easy listening and Hoffman’s unique style of composition and performance; and his jazz-flavored Christmas Time collection of original tunes and new arrangements of traditional seasonal standards. A composer, pianist and vocalist, Hoffman received his degree in composition from the North Carolina School of the Arts and studied film composition at USC. He also attended The Dartington International Summer School of Music in Devon, England. His composition teachers have included John Corigliano, Leo Arnaud, Neil Hefti, and Sherwood Shafffer. A member of BMI and the American Composer’s Forum, he is also founder and artistic director of the Salisbury School of Music. He lives in Salisbury with is wife, Anne, and their daughter August. For more information Marc Hoffman and his work, visit www.marchoffman.com and www.myspace.com/marchoffman. He is also available on Facebook under Marc Hoffman Music.