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About Tyrone Shoelaces
Tyrone Shoelaces began in Brian Blair’s studio in the basement of the Palace Theatre in Danbury CT sometime around 2005. After a decent run of gigs at Tuxedo Junction with Soul Live, The Radiators and The Machine, the usual assortment band drama occurred and a few band members departed. Chuck was left with a handful of songs he had written and no one to play them. After discussing the situation with long time friend and fellow musician Jimmy Bennett (Levon Helm, Greg Katz) Jimmy uttered the words that would change the course of TSL forever. “JUST GET THE GIG!”
So Chuck booked the first TSL gig in Norwalk, CT and recruited Sam Lamonica (Todd Rudgren, Joe D’Urso) on Drums and fellow Norwalker John Konya on Bass and the rest is the rest so they say. Using the theory of getting the gig first TSL has been able to play with a roster of musicians who have played with many a national acts and span the genre of Rock, Reggae, Afrobeat, and of course the blues. These musicians have performed with the likes of Levon Helm, Johnny Winter, Jimmy Buffett, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Bruce Springsteen and many more. Chuck himself has shared the stage with Bruce Springsteen, Levon Helm and New Riders of the Purple Sage.
Playing an original mix of Jam Band Rock, Reggae, Dub, Swing and ballads the band effortlessly swings between the different Genres while incorporating a sporadic cover or 2.
Tyrone Shoelaces has played extensively in and around the East and West Village in NYC, NJ, RI, Boston MA and of course Chuck’s home town of Connecticut. Their first CD Tyrone Shoelaces was released in 2009 and their 2nd album was released in 2014. The bands third release is scheduled for a Fall 2015 release.
Chuck’s original release with The Lost Boys was in 1990 is sold out. His first solo release in 1994, Walking Back from Heaven is still available and Chuck continues to play some of these songs from both releases today.
Brandi Carlile’s third of six 2020 Ryman Auditorium concerts featured guest appearances from The War & Treaty and Sheryl Crow.
Dark Star Orchestra recreated two classic Grateful Dead shows and played a pair of elective concerts as part of their Jam In The Sand 2020 destination event in Mexico last week.
Mike Gordon dusted off “Soulfood Man” for the first time since 2017 and just second time since 2014 as part of his band’s Sunday night show at Mr. Small’s in Pittsburgh.
Wilco loaded their setlist with bust outs and rarities on Sunday at their Sky Blue Sky destination event in Mexico.
Dead & Company focused on Jerry songs over the course of Sunday’s matinee at Playing In The Sand in Mexico.