Howard Iceberg and the Titanics - Uptown Arts Bar
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 22, 2013
Howard Iceberg and the Titanics at the Uptown Arts Bar
The Dylan-esque, ‘Rock Shaman of Kansas City’ will appear at the Uptown Arts Bar on Friday, May 10th, 2013, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Howard Iceberg (also known as Howard Eisberg, attorney), started writing and performing songs around the age of 30. He has written over 800 songs, and though he usually performs with core band mates Gary Paredes (lead guitar), Doug Osburn (bass), and Pat Tomek (drums and alter ego), Howard is well known and loved in Kansas City and plays with many local musicians. You never know who might show up, but be certain you will hear some of the finest folk/rock to be found with emphasis on original work presented unjuried and uncensored
The Uptown Arts Bar is a community bar which celebrates the performing arts with emphasis on theater, dance, comedy, original prose/poetry, storytelling, the spoken word, music, political discourse, puppetry, as well as cultural groups and the historic urban core community.
Uptown Arts Bar 3611 Broadway Kansas City, MO 64111 www.uptownartsbar.com
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