Kiefer Sutherland en live pour la série The Kate (USA Connecticut), saison 2, le 19 février 2017 au Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center.
CPTV (Connecticut Public Television) and the Kate (season 2) present:
Sunday, February 19, 7:30pm
« La voix fatiguée et usée par la nicotine de Sutherland montre une véritable émotion »
Actor Kiefer Sutherland takes the stage for The Kate Season 2 to showcase his debut album, Down In A Hole. This show is being filmed live for the CPTV series ‘The Kate.’
This performance is being filmed for The Kate series on Sunday, February 19th at the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center.
Yep, Kiefer Sutherland’s coming Sunday to the Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center for a sold-out appearance.
I know what you’re thinking: Why is this happening?
Well, because he wants to sing for you. Y’see, last year, Sutherland released « Down in a Hole, » a heartfelt and more-than-competitive debut album containing 11 country/roots tunes he co-wrote with producer/pal Jude Cole.
Often, the impulse, on learning that yet another actor has decided to become a music star, is to slice your ears off. « Please! No more Keanu-ness! » But it wouldn’t be fair to dismiss « Down in a Hole » without giving it a listen. Sutherland’s weary, nicotine-savaged voice shows real emotion, and « I’ll Do Anything, » « Calling Out Your Name » and « Gonna Die » are some pretty fine tunes. I suspect that all the folks who bought enough copies of this album that it hit #33 on Billboard’s U.S. Country charts are glad they did so — well beyond just the curiosity or memorabilia quotients.
It’s also fair to suggest that Sutherland can presumably afford to pay a great backing band — which includes guitarist/vocalist Michael Gurley, one of the three members of dada, THE great overlooked American power-pop trio. theday.com