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Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen Bring in 2012 with New Pickers and Show

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Danny BoothFrank Solivan closed out 2011 with Danny Booth's first tour as an official member of Dirty Kitchen and it was Lincoln's last performances with the band. Lincoln wanted to start spending more time at home off the road. as you all know, FS&DK is really starting to ramp up. Frank says, "Linc is a dear friend and awesome musician. We support his next chapter. The whole FS&DK team would like to thank him for his commitment to the band and all the great music and shared experiences."

Frank continues, "Our good friend Chris Luquette from Seattle will be filling in on guitar while we are in Alaska this month. January 21, 2012 marks the start of the 2 week "Way up North to Alaska Tour". Chris is one of the hardest working musician in the Seattle music scene today. You'd be hard pressed to find another 21 year old seamlessly switching from International Music to Jazz and from Rock to Bluegrass so comfortably. He has even studied Brazilian Jazz with Seattle based Brazil music legend, Jovino Santos Neto. "

Chris' musicianship reflects the multitude of musical influences he turns to for inspiration. His acoustic guitar playing really stands out but this virtuosic, multi-instrumentalist is equally at home playing mandolin, drums, bass, electric guitar, banjo, and Greek bouzouki! In addition to his own Seattle based band, Northern Departure, Chris plays with Folk Voice band, Michael O'Neill and is a first call freelance musician. Don't miss an opportunity to hear him shred his Martin guitar in half when he?'s playing with Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen.

Nationally touring artists, Frank Solivan, Avril Smith, Leon Alexander and Stefan Custodi come together for a fun night of music and food at a great NEW music venue - The Hamilton in DC.

Frank and his mother Lorene will be showing folks how to make an easy Chile Verde for two at the start of the show followed by a taste of the dish and tunes from some of DC's best, this is a show you don't want to miss

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