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Master & the Monkey
  • Artist: Ross Dacko
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 700261213347
  • Item #: SRD121334
  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 4/24/2007
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Master & the Monkey on CD

Hand-crafted acoustic rock, good people! Ross has been a showman for years at a variety of venues up and down the east coast. He performed at Don Henley's 'Walk for Walden Woods' benefit and with David Garza at the Mercury Lounge and The Living Room. He has also performed at The Bitter End, The Knitting Factory, Kenny's Castaways and Googie's Upstairs (at The Living Room). Bio Highlights: 2008 ASCAPlus Award winner, composer for 'The Lower East Side: An Endangered Place' (premiered April 2009), NPR and Time Warner Cable featured performing artist, co-producer on several projects for Atlantic Records. During his career Ross has worked with Garrison Keillor, Don Henley, Robert Quine, Andy Karp and David Garza. VENUES/PERFORMANCES: The Mercury Lounge ? The Knitting Factory (Knot Room) ? Googie's ? Kenny's Castaways ? The North Amherst Harvest Festival ? The PostCrypt/Columbia University ? The Common Ground ? Dixon Place ? Kate Kearney's ? The Lucky Cat ? The Living Room ? Boats, Books & Brushes Festival (New London, CT) ? Stash's ? The Pavillion (Ocean Beach, CT) ? Liberty Heights Tap Room ? Laila Lounge ? Southside Lounge ? Hadlyme Public Hall ? Taste Budd's Cafe ? The Muddy Cup.