News: Running On Empty Band

The Water’s Edge Show was a blast!

We sold out yet another show—this time at the Water’s Edge Resort in Westbrook, CT. We also got some great fan feedback! Our band was so enjoyed by these new friends, that everyone stayed till the end! Well, we hate to say it, but we are not surprised. The music we play is so fantastic, and we all love it so much, that something magical happens to us when we get together on that stage.


Next show!

Music Tribute Productions presents:
Jackson Browne Tribute performed by
Running On Empty
Sat., May 11th 8PM
Bridge Street Live
41 Bridge Street
Collinsville, CT 06022
Phone: (860) 693-9762
Tickets: $25 Gen Adm. / $30 VIP’s Plus fees

https://tinyurl.com/runningonemptybsl

Booking: Anthony Manzi / President, Music Tribute Productions Inc.
musictributeproductions.com

MORE UPCOMING SHOWS:
Tue. June 25 Rockwell Park, Bristol Park & Recreation
Fri. July 19 Bartlem Park, Cheshire Park & Recreation-We’re Back by Popular Demand!
Sat. July 20 Majestic Theatre 8PM
131 Elm Street, West Springfield, MA 01089
Tickets: $24 & $26 Call for tickets: (413) 747-7797
Doors open: 7pm/Showtime: 8pm
Wed. Aug. 7 Wallingford Park & Recreation
Sat. Sept. 7 Wall Street Theatre, Norwalk, CT
Running On Empty & Fleetwood Macked

Running on Empty Band are:
Sheila Fabrizio, Andy Gundell, Howard Jeffrey
Kenny Kosek, Rob Mack, Shawn Persinger
Jonathan Schneider, Greg Trabandt, Jordan West

What they’re saying about Running On Empty Band.

“I have seen this band and they are amazing, energetic and fun to watch.”
—Jonny Rosch, Original Blues Brothers Band

“Pure contentment, pure joy!”
—Kristine Stone, SiriusXM Radio

“Listening to Running On Empty is one wonderful experience! Hearing those great Jackson Browne songs coming off that stage is a thrill. The band delivers with high energy and great musicianship. If you close your eyes you feel like you’re in Laurel Canyon and it’s 1977 all over again!
—Middleman Burr

“I was so impressed! Congratulations on a sold out show.”
—Hollywood Steve Gaspár, Hollywood All Stars

2018 shows:
We played another Sold Out show on Saturday, October 20th, at The Bijou Theater in Bridgeport, CT, where there is “Not a Bad Seat in the House!” We had a great time! Thanks to you.

On August 24th, We had a great time playing for you at Infinity Music Hall & Bistro in Norfolk, CT.  Thanks again for being there!

Violin player Kenny Kosek at Infinity Hall with Running On Empty.

The Kate Theater show in Old Saybrook, CT. on June 2nd, 2018 was a Sold Out show with 249 tickets sold! Thanks so much for your support.

2017 Shows:
Running on Empty Band
had a  great, near sell-out show at the Nelson Hall Theater in Cheshire, CT, November 17th, 2017 with 225 seats sold. It was a solid turnout on a Friday for a theatre that few folks know about!

What a great show Running On Empty Band had at
Toad’s Place of New Haven, CT, with Mark Daniel opening the show.  Thanks to everyone for coming!
Photos from Toad’s Place Show by Mike Ross:
Click here
Running On Empty Band

 

RUNNING ON EMPTY, the Jackson Browne and
Laurel Canyon tribute band

While running up 91 on a beautiful, New England blue-sky day in the summer of ‘15, Jackson Browne’s song, “Running on Empty” was blasting from the car stereo. At that moment, creator, bandleader, manager Jonathan “Rock Doc” Schneider knew he had to assemble a group of talented singers and musicians to re-create the music from that special time and place: The early 70’s in Laurel Canyon. The songs of Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Linda Ronstadt, Joni Mitchell and the Eagles come to life with the extremely talented ensemble that always leaves the audience on their feet dancing, and wanting more.

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