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The Tokyo Rosenthal Program

Thursday, Jul 31 7:45p to 9:00p

A live-to-disc AMERICANA radio show in the Triangle!

Internationally touring Americana recording artist, Tokyo Rosenthal, who happens to live just up 15/501 in Chapel Hill (Orange County), will be hosting The Tokyo Rosenthal Program on the Pittsboro Roadhouse stage!

UPDATE! We hope to bring Marshall Ballew in for Season 2! He had to cancel. Instead tonight's guest will be Dough Guild.

Follow The Tokyo Rosenthal Program on Facebook.

Come early for dinner or appetizers or desserts.

Created by pittsbororoadhouse

Performers at this Event
Tokyo Rosenthal
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"Rosenthal can draw you into his lyrics much the same way that James Taylor and Don Henley can". "Take Jackson Browne’s personal confessions and wrap them in Kris Kristofferson’s world weary tales of broken relationships and you have an idea of what to expect from Tokyo Rosenthal....
Doug Prescott Band
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The brand new CD from the Doug Prescott Band, Blues in the Key of Sea, is available on Fri, Jan 25th. Just a glance through the talent roster on this CD will be enough to make you want to give a listen, from Billy Payne of Little Feat to Johnny Gallagher from Ireland....
Reviews & Comments
Oct 07, 2007 - Bruno on Tokyo Rosenthal

Whisperin & Hollerin UK
'Tokyo Rosenthal'
'One Score and Ten'

- Label: 'Rock & Sock Records'
- Genre: 'Alt/Country' - Release Date: '2007'

Our Rating: * * * * * * * * * *
There's fake country music, and then there's Tokyo Rosenthal (http://www.tokyorosenthal.com). On "One Score and Ten," Rosenthal's voice is thrust into the front of the mix, and there's no need to figure out why. This man can truly sing. Not a flashy vocalist by any means, but Rosenthal can draw you into his lyrics in the much the same way that James Taylor and Don Henley can. You want to know what he's singing about because his voice captivates you. It's raw and in your face yet is in tune with the subtleties of human emotion. Rosenthal knows his limitations and how to harness his strengths. That's the sign of a true artist.

And, really, it doesn't get too much better than "One Score and Ten." In fact, this CD is among the year's best albums, no matter what the genre. Opening up with the sly Doors homage of "My Reflection" (wherein you will hear "Break On Through" haunting the flow of strummed guitars), Rosenthal already shows what he's capable of with his stunning way with words; there's a swagger in his delivery that takes command not only of the song but your attention as well. The guitar work on "My Reflection" is mesmerizing, too, as Rosenthal shifts from acoustic propulsion to an electric bonfire.

Rosenthal is a storyteller, and a fine one at that. The deceptively upbeat "You're Dead to Me Now" and "Long Ago I Knew Someone Like You" have emotionally stirring narratives, and even "Edmonton" can appeal to people who've never been there.

The production is clean and crisp throughout with an emphasis on Rosenthal's crystalline vocals.
author: Adam Harrington