Glen Phillips will be performing at the Original Cafe’ Eleven with local musician Donny Brazile. Phillips, who started his first band Toad The Wet Sprocket at 15, went solo in 1998 when the band disbanded. As a solo act, he has released 5 solo records and two EPs, collaborated on two projects (Mutual Admiration Society and Works Progress Administration), released an EP with Plover (with Neilson Hubbard and Garrison Starr) and an album as RemoteTreeChildren (with Portland’s John Askew). He has toured off and on since then with Toad The Wet Sprocket.
Donny Brazile has a gift of delivering messages with song. His sound reflects a blend of the places he has lived, combining the driving rhythms of LA with a hint of Nashville funk and the heartfelt lyrics of country. With his array of instruments, expressive voice, extensive list of cover and original music, and gift of gab, he is the consummate entertainer.
Music starts at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $20 in advance, $24 at the door and can be purchased online.