Gig this Wednesday at the Outer Space

And as I finish pasting the announcement into the blog post a voice in my head with a thick Eastern European accent says, "Oy, and so now he uses the blog to announce gigs?"
Coming to the Outer Space on Wednesday, June 8
the return of
David Chevan meets the Spies of the Balkans
6:30-8:00 p.m.
295 Treadwell Street
Hamden, CT
Hope you can come to the Outer Space on Wednesday to hear me play some new tunes, some old tunes, some introverted jams and some rock solid grooves
with an ever changing configuration of musicians known as
The Spies of the Balkans
The Spies of the Balkans is a musical configuration whose music is shrouded in enigma and mystery.  Reputedly the group plays music that explores the intersections between cultural identity, groove and the harmonic minor scale. What does that mean?  Well, as spies the group is willing to take on different identities and explore the sounds of those identities. Of late that has mostly been music from Eastern Europe with a mix of funk, jazz and jam.  But if needed, this identity could be shed and abandoned for something completely different.  Curious? Frightened? So is the NSA.  Come hear the band that no one will admit on record to knowing anything about.
Hope to see you there!!

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