Chuck Murphy and Rob Bonfiglio are opening for Gino Vannelli at The Rose in Pasadena on Saturday, February 11.
Doors open @ 6:00 PM.
Show begins @ 7:00 PM.
Chuck will perform at 7:15 PM, backed by Rob.
Rob will perform solo at 8:00 PM.
Gino Vanelli goes on at 9:00 PM.
We have general admission tickets available through ACR Management at an artist discount price of $38 per ticket. By purchasing the tickets directly from us, you save all of the fees charged by the venue and Ticketmaster, which almost doubles the cost of the ticket. To purchase tickets, use the ticket link or PayPal $38 per ticket to ACR Management at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put your full name in the message box so it can be on your ticket envelope at Will Call the night of the show.
Get your tickets through us now, before they sell out:
Purchase tickets from Chuck’s ACR Management page.
Purchase tickets from Rob’s ACR Management page.
General Admission tickets can be upgraded to seating ($30 upgrade) and/or table seating ($20 center tables, $10 side tables) by contacting the venue.
Artist Biography of Gino Vannelli by John Bush from AllMusic.com…
Ranging from soul to soft rock, singer and songwriter Gino Vannelli earned several hits during the 1970s, including “People Gotta Move” and “I Just Wanna Stop.” Vannelli learned to play the drums early in life and studied music theory at McGill University. He formed an R&B band with two brothers, but later began recording solo material for RCA in 1970. He became popular four years later when A&M released his hit single “People Gotta Move,” from the Powerful People album (retitled People Gotta Move). Many albums followed, including Storm at Sunup (1975), Gist of the Gemini (1976), A Pauper in Paradise (1977), Brother to Brother (1978), Nightwalker (1981), Black Cars (1985), Big Dreamers Never Sleep (1987), Inconsolable Man (1990), and Live in Montreal (1992). After a lengthy absence from the recording studio, Vannelli returned in 1995 with Yonder Tree; Slow Love followed three years later. After yet another lengthy absence from the studio, Gino recorded the ambitious Canto in 2003 and 2006’s These Are the Days, which featured remastered recordings of some of his best-known work alongside seven new compositions. A Good Thing, featuring a CD and accompanying book of poetry, was issued in early 2009, followed by another CD-book package, Stardust in the Sand, later that same year.