On Halloween weekend the good times will be flowing at Ardmore Music Hall.

On Friday, 10/28, Zero, will be gracing the AMH stage for a special evening of tunes that span over three decades. The night will feature some of the most accomplished musicians from The Bay Area and beyond. In 1992, the group played The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco, and earlier this year they released the set under the album, “Naught Again” from the night that includes originals as well as covers from iconic musicians Jimi Hendrix and The Who. 

The lineup for Ardmore Music Hall on Friday features the following:

Steve Kimock (Guitar)

Greg Anton (Drums) 

Pete Sears (Bass)

Hadi Al-Saadoon (Trumpet)

Spencer Burrows

Special Guests:

Ron Holloway (Saxophone)

John Morgan Kimock (Drums)

On Saturday (10/29) and Sunday (10/30) Ardmore Music Hall welcomes 

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe for two nights of pure funky tunes.

Denson, well known for his virtuoso flute and saxophone playing, will be joined by some very special guests on both evenings. 

Bernard Folwer, known for his work with The Rolling Stones will be guest vocalist on Saturday evening (10/29) along with GA20. On Sunday (10/30) the group will welcome Robert Randolph on pedal steel and John “Papa” Gros tickling the ivories (keyoboards).

It will be a magical three nights at Ardmore Music Hall.

Tickets for the show can be purchased here:

Zero: 10/28

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe: 10/29 + 10/30

Zero: 10/28
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe: 10/29 & 10/30