Max Creek to rock their way into 2014

December 27, 2013 by  

There is still time to round off 2013 in style, as ‘A Horney Dixieland New Year’s Masquerade’ is being presented by the Worcester Arts Council.

This evening is recommended for people 21 years of age and older, and photo ID may be required. This evening features the rock band Max Creek with a special guest appearance by Primate Fiasco. Poster printing has most likely been used to promote this evening to people in this community.

Max Creek was formed by Dave Reed, Bob Gosselin, and John Rider back in 1971. The group has a loyal fan base, most of it obtained through Camp Creek, a festival that ran up until 2008 on the East Coast. It is a multi-generational group, although much of the back line up of players has shifted and been replaced by the percussion team of Jamemurrell Stanley and Bill Carbone, neither of whom were even alive at the time of Max Creek’s founding.

The group’s second LP, ‘Drink the Stars’, has recently been re-released in digital format some 30 years after its original release. The New Year’s Eve performance promises to be special, especially as they welcome The Primate Fiasco to the stage.

A Horny Dixieland New Year’s Masquerade costs $25 – $30 to attend and will be held on December 31 with the doors opening at 8:00 pm and the show starting at 8:30 pm at the Stafford Place Theater, which is located at 75 Main Street in Stafford, Connecticut. See the Worcester Arts Council or Stafford Place Theatre websites for further info.