Doors open at 7:30pm, music starts at 8pm. Tags: Rhythm & Roots 2012 and rushad eggleston. The views expressed here are the author's own. Want to post on Patch? accepts paypal tips: sneegoblin@gmail.com A fearless improviser, Eggleston spontaneously navigates through his seemingly endless repertoire of instrumentals and vocals, only pausing briefly to set the stage for a battle between him and Bach, or rattling off with incredible speed a 3 page poem of self-fashioned words. It is upbeat, vocals are crisp and the extended 'boogie-woogie' jam keeps your bones shaking your feet tapping right to the very end. The Witching Hour x204. [citation needed]. Rushad Eggleston is not a serious guy. He eventually teamed up with Morgan Morse, who was one of Matt's students since the age of eight and bass player Pat Haddon a veteran of the New Haven, CT blues scene to complete the trio. Lucky Souls Productions presents grammy nominated cellist, Rushad Eggleston. Rushad constantly publishes videos on his Facebook fan page, where currently his song "Bush Charge" holds the record for most views at over 750k. Their single "It's Alright" is a contagious rhythmic, feel good song. Using his cello (and occasionally a guitar) as the steering wheel, Rushadicus will take you on a rocket-fueled melodic journey through space and time, and from the ridiculous to the sublime. tuning02. He has performed at renowned venues (including Carnegie Hall) in 45 states and 13 countries, and taught hundreds of youngsters worldwide how to let loose their musical imaginations and rock on the cello. He has been touring as a solo act since 2013, often referring to himself as Rushadicus or simply as the Cello Goblin. Eggleston has toured extensively with Darol Anger's Republic of Strings, Fiddler's 4, and the alternative folk/bluegrass group he helped found, Crooked Still. "Rushad Eggleston's ability to rally a crowd makes him Monterey County's first supernatural rock star", "Carmel High grad Rushad Eggleston chats about his cello and his Grammy nomination", "Cellist Rushad Eggleston pioneers his own world", "Mike Block String Camp (Vero Beach, FL) Faculty", "Beppe Gambetta-Rushad Eggleston light up Branford Folk Music show", Video of Tornado Rider at 2012 Rhythm & Roots Festival, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rushad_Eggleston&oldid=988529520, People from Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2018, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WorldCat-VIAF identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 November 2020, at 18:59. Eggleston formed the power trio Tornado Rider consisting of Scott Manke (drums) and Graham Terry (bass) in 2008, and their debut album Do You Have Time (2009) was followed up by Jark Matter (2011). Hopping nimbly around the stage with his cello strapped to his body while passionately singing songs that range from stuck-in-your-head-for-weeks to elaborate yet compelling miniature operas in his own language of Sneth, Eggleston is an incomparable soulful jester of modern times. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive, Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist, Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song, Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists, Solo performance Eggleston has brought the Land of Sneth to people in places like Australia, Bali, Lithuania, and Sicily, building a snethwork of global fans. Matt Miklus having a fulfilling run with the North East Jam Band Hubinger St. turned his focus towards his passion for traditional acoustic sounds in 2007 with his first solo CD "From the Hillside".