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Garbaz Brings Zeppelin Back to Buffalo
Garbaz Brings Zeppelin Back to Buffalo

In its fourteenth year, renowned live performance artist Jeff Garbaz brings his latest installment of Blouses of the Holy: A Tribute to Zeppelin to Nietzsche's. 

BUFFALO, NY-January 24, 2015 – Renowned live performance artist Jeff Garbaz, well-known for innovative video and visual screens at concerts and festivals, will be presenting his latest installment of the annual Blouses of the Holy Led Zeppelin tribute show on January 24th at Nietzsche’s, 248 Allen Street. With a $7 cover for eight bands, heady visual stimulation will combine with Zeppelin tunes to produce an experience to fill the senses. In its fourteenth year, Blouses of the Holy will spotlight some of the best of Buffalo. With performances by Eric Crittenden’s Juke Joint, the Instigators, Yogurt Club, Cowboys of Scotland, Youngblood, Random Abstract (formerly Jeff Miers Band) Dan Delano Band, and the talented Metal Mania, Blouses is designed to be a multi sensory feast for music lovers.

This talented ensemble features the best of our city, including Buffalo Music Hall of Fame members.

 “The vocal talent of the shows female musicians,” says Garbaz, “lends itself to Zeppelin note for note.”

Garbaz is particularly enthusiastic to collaborate with his best friend Eric Crittenden for this show.
Crittenden, a principal member of the Buffalo Jazz and Funk scene for almost two decades, is certain to energize Garbaz’s video vision with his soulful sound. Friends for years, the talented duo has a long-established entertainment partnership, stemming in part from their collaboration in the Buffalo nineties alt-rock band Last Lemming. 

"Can you imagine your best friend is Eric Crittenden, who has played with Bob Weir, and a zillion other legends, and he calls and says he wants in on Blouses? We are going to blow the roof off that joint."

Jeff Garbaz is a photographer, multi media artist, musician and concert projectionist, who has worked with an array of Grammy Winners throughout every genre of music. In demand at events across the country, Jeff has worked with icons such as Skrillex, Weezer, Crosby, Stills and Nash, Lou Reed, Etta James, The Killers, Phil Lesh, Buddy Guy, The Flaming Lips, Ben Harper, Toots and the Maytals, Michael Franti, Kings of Leon, B.B King, Lee Ann Womack, Slightly Stoopid and John Mayer. Entertaining at events such as the Doheny Blues Festival, Austin Reggae Fest, All Good Festival, Grey Fox, and at reknown venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Greek Theater in Berkley, and the Hard Rock Vegas, his success stems from his fluidity within a variety of creative mediums, both visual and musical. 

Jeff is known for his live visual audio performances, producing the large video screens seen at concerts and events. Using an array of visual and video effects, he has entertained over 1,000,000 spectators with a mix of live feeds, multi media and mind-blowing graphics. 

 

Garbaz has upcoming events with musical icons Dr. John and Lee Scratch Perry at Austin Reggae Festival, and is returning to Wakarusa Fest to direct video and stages for his ninth straight year.

You can see his work online at http://www.garbaz.com and on Youtube at Garbovision https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2dfRFXKL-tY

 

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