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3/10/2014 3:27:00 PM
Green Light performs at My Dobro March 14
Chicky Brooklyn (left) and Tommy Acosta
Chicky Brooklyn (left) and Tommy Acosta

Five-piece original vocal-band Green Light will perform 8 p.m. Friday, March 14 at My Dobro Grill.Spirits.Music, in Cottonwood AZ, 1100 Hwy 260 #21, Fry's Shopping Plaza.

It will be the first time the Sedona-based band will play there and the band is excited.

"My Dobro is a great new venue for us," said rhythm guitarist Chicky Brooklyn. "It's got a big stage, a bar with a view of the stage, good food, room for dancing and plenty of tables to sit at. It's like an Arizona venue with a New York City rock-club feel. Our people are going to love it."

Chicky, with fellow band-founder and songwriter Tommy Acosta, have assembled some of the finest musicians in the area and have now put together the band they have always strived for.

On lead guitar and vocals, the legendary Robin Miller has taken over. A master guitarist, composer, songwriter and seasoned professional, Robin brings to the band melodic and dynamic leads that compliment and enhance each song; polishing them to their best presentation.

Then there is Uncle Marc Wolin on trombone and keyboards. Like Robin, he is a legend in the Northern Arizona music scene and has played with some of the best musicians anywhere.

With drummer Eddie Baratinni getting behind the skins, the beat is locked in and the dancing begins. Every band that has ever had the good fortune to play with Eddie knows they have played with the best.

"We've been waiting a long time for the right combination of musicians and now that we have it we've gone into the studio and laid down 12 songs for our first professional CD," Chicky said. "We are looking to an early summer release."

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