Mark Bonilla and The Dragonchoir
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BOGIES PRESENTS MARC BONILLA AND THE DRAGONCHOIR
Sunday, January 26, 7:00-10:00PM / Doors at 6:30PM
Join guitarist, producer, composer, Marc Bonilla and The Dragonchoir for a night of guitar instrumen- tal virtuosity. The band will debut songs from the new highly-acclaimed albums CELLULOID DE- BRIS, the first solo release for Marc in over 25 years, as well as favorites from EE Ticket and American Matador, and The Keith Emerson Band featuring Marc Bonilla.
Joining Marc onstage:
Thomas Lang (Robert Fripp, Peter Gabriel) - Drums Steve Porcaro (Toto, Boz Scaggs) - Piano
Mike Wallace (Boys Club,) - Guitar
Travis Davis (Keith Emerson Band, CTA) - Bass Jonathan Sindelman - (Alan White Band) - Keyboards
Plus some surprise guests!
Guitarist Marc Bonilla has played and toured with Warner Bros. recording artists Toy Matinee, and has produced, recorded, and performed with countless notable artists including Ronnie Montrose, Glenn Hughes of Deep Purple, UK’s Eddie Jobson, Slash, Peter Frampton, Rob Halford, David Coverdale, Paul Rodgers, Edgar Winter, Ambrosia, Robby Kreiger (The Doors), Tesla, Billy Idol, and Tin Drum (with members of Ambrosia) and is currently on tour with Derek Smalls’ (formerly from the band formerly known as Spinal Tap) Lukewarm Water Live Tour.
For the last 25 years, Marc has also been carving a name for himself composing music for and performing on numerous television shows and major motion pictures including The Bourne Legacy, Green Lantern, Iron Man 2, The Scorpion King, The Replacements, Falling Down, Spy Kids, Spiderman 2, Terminal Velocity, Waterworld, The PJ’s, ER, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore and the hit series Justified. He’s collaborated with such notables as James Newton Howard, John Debney, Joel McNeely, and Snuffy Walden, receiving an Emmy award nomination in 2001 for his score for David Milch’s Big Apple.
Marc’s association with Keith Emerson, of ELP fame, began in 1988 and continued through 2014 upon Keith’s passing, generating a generous body of work including several associations with renowned symphony orchestras around the world. Also, Marc produced and directed the highly-anticipated DVD “The Official Keith Emerson Tribute Concert” due out in 2020. Marc & Keith joined forces with Glenn Hughes and Ronnie Montrose in 1998 and toured under the moniker Boys Club. He also continues to record and tour with Hall of Famer Danny Seraphine of Chicago and the band CTA.