Electric Beethoven, the new project led by bassist Reed Mathis, will issue their debut album Beathoven this Friday, September 30 on Royal Potato Family. Currently out on the group’s first-ever tour, the ensemble has revealed plans to perform a run of shows in Colorado later this year.
Mathis and drummer Jay Lane, keyboardist Todd Stoops and guitarist Clay Welch will play four shows in Colorado in November. The band will play Cervantes in Denver on November 12 and November 13. The first night they’ll present Ludwig van Beethoven’s complete Symphony No. 3 and the second night they’ll perform the legendary composer’s complete Symphony No. 6.
Electric Beethoven will also play the Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins on November 14 and the Fox Theatre in Boulder on November 15. For a taste of an EB concert, here’s a 50-minute, jam-filled “In Memory Of A Great Man” from the group’s recent concert at Nectar’s in Burlington, Vermont:
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