This just in from the Daniel Katsük newswire:
There is still time to help Daniel get his new song, “There and Back Again” into the last Hobbit movie coming out in December 2014! We would like to thank everyone who has already gone to our Go Fund Me page and has donated. Also, everyone who has shared the song and passed it onto anyone who they think could help. If you haven’t and would still like to help, by all means please do. We are putting everything we have into making this happen, but we can’t do it alone. Follow the link below and get us into Middle Earth!! From the the fullness of our heart, thank you! DONATE HERE: http://www.gofundme.com/Thereandbackagain
Saturday April 5th @ Elemental Yoga
Potluck, friends, wine, merriment and live performance by Daniel with Joe Vea’nueva on harp and Christin Duke on violin. 7pm. All Ages. Free. All donations go to helping Daniel get to New Zealand and finish a new KatsüK album that is the culmination of the sound he has always dreamed of. All the songs are complete, they just need to be recorded. We hope to see you!! FB INVITE
For any who missed it, clicked HERE to see KatsüK’s live performance of “There and Back Again” on WFAA Channel 8 Good Morning Texas this morning.
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“Weaving together an impressively thick sonic tapestry,” Fort Worth-based KatsüK and their “massive Middle Eastern sound” call to mind both “Dead Can Dance and acoustic Led Zeppelin” (Harder Beat Magazine). In a genre that could be classified as conscious world folk, KatsüK’s tribal sound evokes the epic soundscapes of early 70s rock legends layered with a melodic pop infectiousness.