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Gent Treadly to bring blues-based rock n’ roll to Caz

Group will play May 25 at Catherine Cummings Theatre

Gent Treadly members David Berg, left, Tom Kaelin and Greg Koerner, perform with special guest Vince Welnick at a recent concert. The acclaimed group will play in Cazenovia at 7 p.m. May 25 at Catherine Cummings Theatre.

Gent Treadly members David Berg, left, Tom Kaelin and Greg Koerner, perform with special guest Vince Welnick at a recent concert. The acclaimed group will play in Cazenovia at 7 p.m. May 25 at Catherine Cummings Theatre. Courtesy gent-treadly.com

The Catherine Cummings Theatre at Cazenovia College presents Gent Treadly in Concert, Friday, May 25, at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. and a cash bar is available. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for students.

Gent Treadly is truly a unique act, offering a precocious blend of bluesy improvisational roots rock. Members of Gent Treadly have performed with The Grateful Dead, Phish, Jane’s Addiction, Spin Doctors, moe, The Band and many others.

Gent Treadly’s lineup includes Greg Koerner, bass (a veteran of New York bands Uncle Buzz, The Joneses and Crimson Rose and a “phil-in” for the Dark Star Orchestra); Tom Kaelin, drums (formerly of Gravity, Dreamspeak and Atlantic recording artists, The Hatters); and composer David Berg, guitar, vocals. The group is frequently rounded out by special guests Craig Dreyer, saxophone (The Dreyer Bros., Keith Richards), Peter Levin, keyboards (God Street Wine, Zen Tricksters); Buddy Cage, pedal steel (New Riders of the Purple Sage, Bob Dylan); and Anastasia Rene (Percy Hill, Assembly of Dust) vocals.

For more information about the group, visit gent-treadly.com.

Event tickets are available at the door before the event, and at Cazenovia Jewelry on Albany Street in Cazenovia. Tickets may also be purchased by calling 655-STAR (7827).

For event information, contact Colleen Prossner, theatre manager, at 655-7238 or cprossner@cazenovia.edu.

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