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Concert at Pequot Library by Steve Katz

Steve Katz, founding member of Blood, Sweat & Tears, will perform in his one-man show on Saturday, September 21, 2013, 8:00pm, in Pequot Library’s Auditorium/Concert Hall.

Steve Katz from Blood Sweat and Tears

Steve Katz from Blood Sweat and Tears

In 1969, a Blood, Sweat & Tears album sold six million copies worldwide, a major feat for that time, and fostered three number one singles. The group won three Grammies, was voted best band by the Playboy Jazz and Pop Poll two years in a row, and won three major Downbeat awards. Katz wrote many songs during his tenure with Blood, Sweat &Tears, including his well-loved “Sometimes in Winter.”

In his one-man show Katz performs songs from his career with Blood, Sweat & Tears, The Blues Project and beyond. He includes an exploration of his folk roots through acoustic renditions of his classic songs. Moreover, Katz will include first hand narratives from his storied career in the music industry as a founding member of an iconic rock group. The evening performance will be a living memoir of one of the most fascinating periods in the history of American music. Tickets/reservations are $30.00. Available online at

Attendance for this special event is limited to 210. Doors will open at 7:00 pm, and seating is on a first come, first served basis. Pequot asks that the ticket purchaser have a photo ID with them at the event. Matching your name on the ‘Will Call’ list will be the only way to guarantee admission for you and your guests, as there will be no physical tickets for this event. Because of the intimate nature of the program, please use discretion with regards to purchasing tickets for children below the age of ten. Please refrain from the use of cameras or video/audio recording equipment of any kind at this event.

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