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Tommy Castro Tix

Tommy Castro & the Painkillers

Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021 @ 6pm

$20/ General Admission

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Castro is one of the brightest stars in the blues-soul genre. Voracious blues energy and ultimate soul power...impassioned vocals and pure inventiveness in his stellar guitar solos.” –Blues Music Magazine

Sizzling, slow-burning, gritty blues and rock...shimmering, swampy, downright funky vibes drenched with Castro’s stinging, pure and crisp lead runs and fluid, jet-fueled solos.” –Living Blues

Soul-baring, roadhouse-meets-church, Memphis guitar licks...gritty voice...Southern colors and rootsy textures.” –Washington Post

“The hardest thing to do,” says internationally beloved soul-blues rocker Tommy Castro, “is be yourself, take some chances and bring your fans along with you.” Throughout his long, constantly evolving career, guitarist, singer and songwriter Tommy Castro has always remained true to himself while exploring, growing and creating new music, and he has taken his thousands of devoted fans right along with him. Since his solo debut in 1994, he’s made 16 albums—the last seven for Alligator—each its own unique chapter in the book of Tommy Castro. Ranging from horn-fueled R&B to piping hot blues to fiery, stripped-down rock ‘n’ roll, each release is solidly built upon Castro’s unshakable musical foundation—a dynamic mix of 1960s-influenced guitar-fueled blues, testifying Memphis-soaked blue-eyed soul and Latin-tinged East San Jose funk, all driven by Castro’s grab-you-by-the-collar vocals and passionate guitar work. Blues Revue declared, “Tommy Castro can do no wrong.”

 

*All ticket sales are NON-REFUNDABLE and All Sales are Final. There are no refunds or exchanges. In the event a performance cancels or is postponed, DFV will notify all ticket purchasers of the options that are available via their website www.dfv-wines.com or on Facebook page.

**All General Admission seating is on a "First Come" basis and after seating is filled the remaining GA Tickets are "Standing Room Only"

***All Times are subject to change

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You are purchasing an electronic ticket(s). There will not be a printed ticket. You will receive an email that you have purchased ticket(s). We will have a list of people who have purchased tickets, when you enter our venue. We will cross-check the list and give you a wrist band to wear. You will not be allowed to purchase drinks or food or enter the WineRocks venue without a wrist band. 

FAQs

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

All ages are welcomed, but must purchase tickets, and be accompanied by a supervising adult. You must be 21 to drink alcohol. Be prepared to show valid ID. 

What can I bring into the event?

 No outside food or drinks will be permitted. Bags and purses may be subject to a search.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For handicap or special circumstances call DFV in advance 217-488-6321 or email susan@dfv-wines.com

What's the refund policy?

No refunds/exchanges will be allowed. Tickets are subject to change. 

 

 
 

 

 

 

For Castro’s new album, a roots music odyssey entitled Tommy Castro Presents A Bluesman Came To Town, he tells a timeless story. This special project was composed by Castro along with Grammy Award-winning producer Tom Hambridge. Through its 13 songs, A Bluesman Came To Town tells the tale of a young man working on his family farm who gets bitten by the blues bug. He masters the guitar and heads out on the road seeking fame and fortune, only to find what he’s left behind is the treasure he’s been looking for. Each memorable song—from the blistering title track to the pleading Child Don’t Go to the hopeful I Caught A Break to the emotional Blues Prisoner—stands on its own, as well as contributing to the larger story.


“I like to keep things fresh and interesting,” says Castro, “Tom and I have talked about making a record together for a long time. Collaborating with him was even better than I imagined. I had an outline for the story and then Tom and I talked it out and the songs just started to organically grow out of each other.” Castro continues, “A Bluesman Came To Town isn’t a story about me. It’s pulled from some of my friends’ and my experiences though. I’ve seen first-hand for a lot of years what it’s like out there on the road.”


The road has always been Castro’s home away from home. He’ll instantly ignite a crowd, turn them into loyal fans and then keep those fans coming back for more. He has traveled hundreds of thousands of miles and performed thousands of gigs, leading his bands at clubs, concert halls, and festivals all over the world. Famed guitarist Joe Bonamassa says, “Tommy has always been top of the heap among blues guitar players. He always puts on a great show.”