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Dave Nachmanoff to perform in Sutter Creek

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From page B6 | February 01, 2013 |

Award-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Nachmanoff will make his debut at The Sutter Creek Theatre, 44 Main St. in Sutter Creek, on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 8 p.m.

Tickets are $16 in advance and $18 at the door.

He will perform songs from his new critically acclaimed CD “Step Up” plus fan favorites.

Nachmanoff has toured across the United States and the world for more than 15 years, both on his own and as Al Stewart’s (“Year of the Cat”) opening act, verbal sparring partner and lead guitarist.

In appearances from the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC to the Royal Albert Hall in London, Nachmanoff  has shared his songs and stories. As a side player (guitar, piano, bass, accordion and more) he’s worked with Stewart on a regular basis as well as many others at hundreds of venues as far ranging as The Bottom Line, Glastonbury Festival and the Edmonton Folk Festival.

A California based performer with nine albums under his belt, Nachmanoff is known for sophisticated songwriting, clean guitar playing, rich and textured instrumentation, top-notch singing, and most importantly, an energetic show.

He’s been described as having “an acoustic style that’s somewhere between the easygoing charm of Arlo Guthrie and the raw energy of Bruce Springsteen.”

A Davis resident, Nachmanoff has performed frequently in the Sacramento area, including Harlow’s, and has appeared on Capital Public Radio.

“Step Up” is Dave’s latest release. It was produced by Ronan Chris Murphy (King Crimson, Steve Morse), and features musicians Bob Malone (John Fogerty), Ian Sheridan (Jason Mraz) and Victor Bisetti (Los Lobos), and vocalists Al Stewart, Rosemary Butler (Jackson Browne and James Taylor), John Wicks of powerpop band The Records, and Liz Bligan.

He’s got nine albums in all, including his first, “Candy Shower,” released in 1997. He’s sold more than 15,000 recordings, which can be found at Amazon, iTunes, CDBaby and many other outlets.

Nationwide independent music consortium Just Plain Folks honored Nachmanoff with the 2001 Songwriter of the Year award. Recently, he has been recognized in three songwriting contests — the USA Songwriting Competition, the International Acoustic Music Awards, and the Great American Song Contest.

More information about Nachmanoff can be found by visiting his Website davenach.com.

For more information about the Sutter Creek Theatre visit suttercreektheater.com or call 209-267-1070.

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