WRFA public affairs director Jason Sample talks with Ronnie Kuller from Mucca Pazza, a Chicago-based music ensemble that will be performing at Jamestown’s Reg Lenna Center for the Arts on Saturday, May 14 at 8 p.m. The interview was originally broadcast on Friday, May 6 during WRFA’s Arts on Fire program (5pm Fridays).
The Chicago-based Mucca Pazza sells itself as a little marching band that thinks it’s a rock and roll band. This 30 piece group has horn players, string players, guitarists, accordionists, cheerleaders, and drummers wearing mismatched uniforms and playing original songs.
The group has performed with Conan O’Brien and have appeared at Lollapalooza, MassMoCa and on NPR Music’s Tiny Desk series.
Mucca Pazza will also perform a brief flash concert at Southern Tier Brewing Company at noon on Saturday.
Tickets for the concert start at $14 for students 12 and under and $20 for adults and can be purchased at the Reg box office, by calling 484-7070 or visit reglenna.com.
For more info on the show visit www.reglenna.com/events/mucca-pazza-little-marching-band.
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