Berklee Performance Center - Open for the Aristocrats 9/29

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Summary

On September 29th, 2011, the Aristocrats, a newly-formed electric power trio featuring three masters of their craft, will be coming to the Berklee Performace Center. The BPC will select one opening artist exclusively through Sonicbids. The selected artist will play at the 1,200 seat theater and will also be featured in the “Artist Spotlight” on the Sonicbids homepage. /n/nOn September 29th, 2011, the Aristocrats, a newly-formed electric power trio featuring Guthrie Govan, Marco Minnemann, and Bryan Beller, will be coming to the Berklee Performace Center. They will select one Sonicbids band as an opener for the show. Additionally, 5 submissions will be selected at random to attend the show for free.

Bands are encouraged to post their music videos to the Aristrocrats' Facebook event page here.

Sonicbids will feature the selected artist under the Artist Spotlight at sonicbids.com. The feature gives artists an incredible amount of visibility and will run from September 24 - September 30, the week of the performance.

Artists must provide their own backline.

About the Aristocrats
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Formed in January, 2011 after a mind-blowing debut performance at a NAMM bass event, The Aristocrats can be viewed as the "Cream of the 21st Century" featuring the amazingly virtuosic guitarist/composer Guthrie Govan, bassist extraordinaire Bryan Beller who has played with the likes of Steve Vai, Dethklok, and Mike Keanelly, and unbelievable drum virtuoso Marco Minnemann whose credits include Necrophagist, the Buddy Rich Big Band, Eddie Jobson, Mike Keanelly, and Adrian Belew, just to name a few.

This band is more than three extraordinary virtuosos getting together for a typical one-off "superband" project. The Aristocrats is a close collaboration between three unique artists contributing their original musical vision and the result is a whole that is much greater than the mere sum of its parts. Synergy and chemistry are words that come to mind to describe the incredible musical interplay between these three monster musicians.

About the Berklee Performance Center
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Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Showcasing over 200 events each year, the BPC may just be the busiest theatre in Boston, and it is certainly the most unique. Owned and operated by Berklee College of Music, the BPC hosts concerts by talented students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as a wide variety of productions presented by outside promoters, arts presenters, and community organizations. Events at the BPC span every musical genre and represent a broad range of countries and cultures, from traditional artists to contemporary innovators defining the future of music.