Saturday, April 09, 2011

Tucson: Jonathan Northover and Friends benefit concert at Beowulf Alley Theatre


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Jonathan Northover and Friends –

With Ross Buchan and Saumya Jain

An Evening Of Original Rock, Pop and Folk Music From Across The Pond

In a Shared Benefit Performance at Beowulf Alley Theatre

(Tucson, AZ)  Beowulf Alley Theatre announces a benefit musical concert by Jonathan Northover and Friends on April 10, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. Jonathan has been writing, recording and playing his music for about eight years, and has been fortunate to play and record with a number of talented musicians in both his native London and since arriving in Arizona.  His background is in writing and arranging, playing guitar and singing, and occasionally playing bass guitar.  He will be presenting a range of his original rock and pop songs during the evening, and indulging in his passion for making each song sound unique.  Hear a preview or two at
Ross Buchan is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist hailing from Aberdeen, Scotland.  Over the years, he has taught cello and bass guitar, played in orchestras and Scottish folk groups, but has also had a longstanding passion for alternative and acoustic rock music.  Having formed the rock band, Undertow in Aberdeen, whose debut album “Gallimimus Terminus” achieved considerable local acclaim, he has since released two solo albums, “Perspective” and the recently completed “Elusive Truths,” available at online retailers.  To hear Ross’ music, check out


Tickets are $12 when purchased by the day before either by phone (520) 882-0555 or online at and $15 at the door.


Proceeds of this concert will be donated to the Red Cross to support relief efforts in Japan and Beowulf Alley Theatre to support the non-profit’s operational costs.




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