Shaun Martin Three-O w/ AMFM + Winter Parks

Shaun Martin

Andy Mowatt, Winter Parks

$15.00
Ages 21+
Shaun Martin Three-O makes a stop at HMAC Stage on Herr featuring AMFM and Winter Parks!

Shaun Martin, the keyboardist widely known for his work with Snarky Puppy, Kirk Franklin, and Erykah Badu, brings his new project "Shaun Martin Three-O" to HMAC Stage on Herr featuring Matthew Ramsey on Bass and Mike Mitchell on drums.

Featuring AMFM: Andy Mowatt's Frequency Movement and Winter Parks on support!

Friday April 10th

Doors at 8 - Show at 9

$15 in advance - $18 at the door

Shaun Martin Music

Shaun Martin - artist, producer, songwriter, performer and multiple GRAMMY® Award winner . . . Shaun Martin is carving his space in the annals of musical history . . . He is widely known for his work with Kirk Franklin, and Snarky Puppy, while leaving his creative stamp on projects with musical legends Chaka Khan, Erykah Badu, Fred Hammond, Yolanda Adams, Kim Burrell, Tasha Page-Lockhart and God’s Property just to name a few. Most recently, Shaun unveiled his genius to us all in his first solo projects - Seven Summers and Focus. Having written, arranged, produced and played the keyboards on both albums, alongside musicians and vocalists from his hometown, Dallas, Texas - we meet the musical genius of Shaun Martin.

AMFM: Andy Mowatt's Frequency Movement

Imagine the nostalgic bands of your past making music that is fresh again. Modern songs built from your memories. This is the frequency movement. Musicians capturing the amalgamation of retro sounds in the current hip climate of today’s music; moving yesterday’s sound into “the now”.

#ComeGetSome #JoinTheMovement #BecomeAFreque #AMFM

Winter Parks

James Klippel, known by his musical alias Winter Parks, started his musical journey in 2013, attending an arts school and soon becoming exposed to instrumentalists and artists in the Harrisburg area. He hopes to turn his personal and spiritual experiences regarding isolation, anxiety, and perspective into songs and music that borrows from jazz, RnB, pop, soul, and new wave influences.

Venue Information:
HMAC Stage on Herr
1110 N. 3rd Street
Harrisburg, PA