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It’s time again for Onomatopoeia’s huge, annual concert in Boise’s historic Egyptian Theatre — and this one will make all our previous extravaganzas pale!

On top of breaking out the tunes you love and even unveiling more new music, we’ll be performing with the expanded sound of a 16-piece chamber orchestra! Yes, just imagine Tom being able to multiply himself by 16 (okay, sorry, now imagine it just musically ;^). This brings a whole new level of richness and power to the music, and it is a real treat because this kind of sound is usually only available to us in the studio, which eliminates the working-without-a-net excitement of live performance. If you’ve ever seen Onomatopoeia in concert you know the kinds of fun and random things that lets us do to… I mean WITH each other. So it will be a tremendous night!

  • Who: Onomatopoeia plus the award-winning Centennial Chamber Orchestra
  • When: 8:00pm February 29, 2008
  • Where: The Egyptian Theatre (Main&Capitol, downtown Boise)
  • Cost: $25/ticket, assigned seating, so call soon to reserve yours: 208-387-1273 or 208-345-0454

“Onomatopoeia: now with sixteen times the strings!”

Hope to see you there,

P.S.: You can check out this little “trailer” MP3 of samples from our latest CD, “Some Assembly Required”. For CDs and more information, please visit www.kevinkirk.net.
“If you like The Pat Metheny Group, Dave Matthews Band, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Nickel Creek, Flim & the BBs, or the band Yes, then you are going to dig Kevin Kirk & Onomatopoeia!”

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