Buffalo Rose Presents

Ross Henderson Band

with Eddie Turner

Featured Guest Kenny Passarelli

at Buffalo Rose

Time: 7:00pm     Day: Saturday     Doors: 6:00pm     Ages: All Ages with Parent or Guardian 21+     Price: $15
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The Buffalo Rose is excited to host Fox Hollow Animal Hospital's Dr Ross Henderson (from Animal Planet’s "Hanging With The Hendersons”) for a very special concert evening with Denver’s very own Eddie Turner Band and special featured Guest Kenny Passarelli (Elton John, Joe Walsh). Come and spend an evening with the Singing Vet and friends!

Showtimes

7:00 pm
Kenny Passarelli
8:00 pm
Eddie Turner Band
9:00 pm
Ross Henderson Band
Kenny Passarelli

All-American bass guitarist. Passarelli was a founding member of Barnstorm, co-writing the hit "Rocky Mountain Way”.  Passarelli has played with a variety of rock musicians, including Joe Walsh, Elton John, Dan Fogelberg, Stephen Stills and Hall and Oates. He served as a replacement for Dee Murray in the Elton John Band from 1975–76, playing on the albums Rock of the Westies and Blue Moves. After leaving John's band he joined the Hall and Oates band in June 1977 and appeared on their albums Livetime and Along the Red Ledge. This will be a very exclusive never before seen solo performance by Kenny Passarelli

Eddie Turner Band

Born in Cuba and raised in Chicago, Eddie "Devil Boy" Turner first picked up a guitar at the age of 12. He honed his craft growing up in Chicago, and later Colorado, and his music shows the diverse influences of the Afro-Cuban sounds of his homeland and the deep blues of his adopted country. A diverse blend of rock, voodoo blues and R&B peppered with African rhythms, Turner's music moves the feet while simultaneously haunting the soul.  In 1974 Eddie played with Grammy-nominee Tracy Nelson and Mother Earth, followed by stints with Zephyr and the Legendary 4-nikators. In 1995 he helped form the Otis Taylor Band where his intense guitar work contributed to the band's sound on five CDs and countless tours. His 2005 release Rise resulted in a Blues Music Award nomination for Best New Artist Debut, and was followed by 2006's The Turner Diaries. His release, Miracles & Demons, again displays his dynamic guitar work and strong original songwriting. From rap-styled lyrics to funk- and groove-based rock to his searing guitar work, Eddie Turner provides infectious, psychedelic urban blues.

Ross Henderson Band

Ross Henderson gained international attention, including that of celebrities Thomas Rhett and Ashton Kutcher, after a video of him singing to a frightened dog before surgery went viral. This created opportunities that led to him to starring in Animal Planet’s newest series “Hanging with the Hendersons” where Ross shows us a completely different side of himself.  The show appropriately features his original music and follows his collaboration and co-write of a song called “Where Did I See You” with Colorado resident Kenny Passarelli (former touring bass player for Elton John, Joe Walsh and others).  Ross is constantly writing and producing songs, and his sound has been inspired by artists like John Mayer and Gary Clark Jr. to One Republic. When he isnt playing with a band you will often find him doing a captivating live looping performance that blends all of his skills.