Join us for the final parlor concert of the year on Saturday, September 30 at 7:30 pm featuring Tokyo Rosenthal at the Whitmore residence, 125 W. Queen Street, Hillsborough. The cost of a ticket includes sales tax and a dessert reception.
In a career that started with the country rock boom, Rosenthal has honed his craft and “Rootsy/ Americana with a little blues thrown in” sound to perfection. His move to Chapel Hill, North Carolina allowed him to team up in the studio with the famed producer and recording star Chris Stamey.
Rosenthal made his reputation while living in Rhode Island, New York, and Los Angeles. He headed such groups as the legendary Harpo and Slapshot and Treo Gato as well as solo endeavors. This has helped him receive radio airplay in the U.S., Canada, the UK and Europe. While content to let the critics compare his style to others, Tokyo doesn’t hesitate to point out his influences, who include The Band, The Byrds, The Indigo Girls, Gene Clark, Emmylou Harris, and Janis Joplin.