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Local Musician Brad Manosevitz Helps Spread Awareness About Organ Donation

“I consider myself more of an entertainer than an artist. Though I do write songs from time to time, I mostly play covers. My specialty is showing people a good time, not songwriting”. “I like playing songs from artists & songwriters who are my heroes. If we had to wait for these people to come around and play for us, we’d never get to hear their music. When I play a cover, it feels like a tribute to a hero of mine like Guy Clark, Steve Earl, or Robert Earl Keen. I feel good about sharing their music with audiences. And maybe, through me, someone will get turned on to some music they’ve never heard before”.

Raised on Texas radio in Austin, Brad Manosevitz’s musical influences encompass a diverse range of reggae, acid jazz, funk, soul, electronica, jam, Celtic, blues, bluegrass, Latin, and others. His time in Santa Cruz as a KPIG radio DJ had the greatest influence on his present catalog: an eclectic mix of Americana, West Texas folk rock, bluegrass, classic rock & originals.

In the Spring of 2009, Brad teamed up with long time supporter, Chris Klug. Chris Klug is a pro snowboarder and organ donor recipient. The Chris Klug Foundation is dedicated to promoting lifesaving donation and improving the quality of life for donors, donor families, organ transplant candidates, and recipients. “I decided that I could put the music to work for a good cause by helping spread the message to each audience I play for,” says Brad. More at

Ball and Chain

Brad Manosevitz has opened for: Robert Earl Keen, Kinky Friedman (formerly the next governor of Texas), Dave Alvin & the Guilty Women, Vince Herman (of Leftover Salmon), the Drew Emmit Band (of Leftover Salmon), Honky Tonk Homeslice (side band of String Cheese Incident’s Billy Nershi) and New Monsoon.

Thrill is Gone

Brad Manosevitz has played at: The Wheeler Opera House, Belly Up Aspen, PAC3, Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival, Basalt Summer Concert Series, Bud Light Big Air Friday’s Concert Series, The Red Onion (Hurricane Katrina Relief Party and Closing Party), Ute City Bar and Grill (Closing Party), and just about every other venue and farmer’s market in the Roaring Fork Valley. Brad has also appeared on KPIG Radio’s “Please Stand By”, KDNK-Carbondale, KSPN, KSNO, KZYR, KHEN in Salida, and KZMU in Moab, Utah. Brad Manosevitz released his first all original CD “Sounds Just Like I Pictured It” in early 2009.

Performance Schedule 

Thursday, 2/9,  4-7pm, Slow Grooving BarBQ, Snowmass

Saturday, 2/11, Bumps, Buttermilk, with Dave Notor Band (see links below)

Sunday, 2/12, 4-7pm, Slow Grooving BarBQ, Snowmass

Monday, 2/13 4-7pm, Slow Grooving BarBQ, Snowmass

Friday, 2/17, 8:30 – 11:30, Glenwood Springs Brew Garden

Saturday, 2/18, 4-7pm, Aspen Brewing Company

Sunday, 2/19, 4-7pm, Slow Grooving BarBQ, Snowmass




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