You are cordially invited to an evening with The Gluey Brothers for their first Santa Fe performance since 2008…!
Saturday, July 28th, MC Tahina, King Hummus, and the ‘Sleece’ era Established Gentlemen will be performing at the Santa Fe @Railyard Plaza as part of the Santa Fe Reporter‘s Best Of Santa Fe Celebration, along with the winner of ‘Santa Fe’s Best DJ’ accoldes, AND New Mexico’s only (that we know of) Lord Buckley doppelgänger Rod Harrison! The party starts at 5, music kicks off at 7, admission is FREE, ALL AGES are welcome, and the whole shebang is pretty much guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience. Do join us, won’t you?
And don’t forget to join your Santa Fe neighbors on the Railyard Plazabeside the landmark Water Tower for great FREE concerts all summer long!
Coming on-stage with hilarious, real-life characters that are both outlandish and lovable, the Gluey Brothers live are a unique and riveting experience, with stage props and mock theatrics that range from the sublime to the ridiculous, and outfits that snap eyeballs.
The Gluey Brothers are not blood brothers, but rather are glued together in a tight bond on a magical level that allows for humor to flit between them in a super-fluid manner. M.C. Tahina and King Hummus, the twisted leaders of the group, became tight friends at Walter Reed Junior High School in Studio City, CA, where they first performed together in the jazz band. It wasn’t until 1989 in North Hollywood, at a Middle Eastern cuisine restaurant serving falafels, that their intriguing and endearing personal names were born and they became the Gluey Brothers…
The Levitt AMP Santa Fe Music Series is supported in part by the Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation, a private foundation that empowers towns and cities across America to transform underused public spaces into thriving destinations through the power of free, live music. In 2017, more than 450 free Levitt concerts will take place in 22 towns and cities, all featuring a rich array of music genres and high caliber talent. Learn more at levitt.org.