Mystics at Sapphire Room Oct. 18
Since the Sapphire Room posted it on its site, we've been getting lots of questions about tickets for our show there on Oct. 18.
Tickets are $20, $25 for preferred seating (recommended if you want to get a table to share with your friends. Those prices go up $5 if you wait to get them at the door, and by then preferred seating probably won't be available.)
Tickets are or will soon be available on eventbrite.com.
If you haven't seen the newly remodeled Sapphire Room in the Riverside Hotel, you're in for a treat. It's pretty impressive. We'll be asking classic rock and roll trivia questions that night and giving prizes to those who come up with the correct answers. It's going to be fun!
Doors open at 6:30; we start playing at 7:30.
Looking forward to seeing you there.
PLEASE NOTE: The Mystics who are playing at the Sapphire Room on Oct. 18 are the Boise Mystics, not the Mystics band that originated in Brooklyn, N.Y. in the late 1950s. We recently learned that two ticket websites' automatic algorithms incorrectly used that group's photo and some of its music to promote us at the Sapphire Room. The Sapphire Room has contacted both of them about correcting the mistake.
The Sound of Experience
"Sometimes it only takes one song to bring back thousands of good memories. That happened over and over last Saturday at our reunion. The Mystics' music is always good, but that night it especially hit the sweet spot that was the mid 1960s. Thanks, guys."
-- Carol Kraay, co chair, Boise High Class of '66 Reunion.
The Mystics play at private and company parties, cruise nights, class reunions, wedding receptions, festivals, fundraisers and special events. We'd love to play for your event. Give us a call!
For bookings & information
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call 208 859-1886 or email email@example.com
The Mystics CD, NOW & THEN, is available on CDBABY as well as most digital outlets. And at our gigs!
The CD includes thirteen original songs by the current band, plus both sides of the 1966 Mystics' 45 rpm record. A local classic-rock collector's item.
An unsolicited review of "Now and Then," by Frank Trowbridge, session player for Bachman-Turner Overdrive and Sleepy John:
"It's hard to keep the feel of this era of music and use all the modern technology available! The arrangements are very solid and fun to experience. Like taking a trip to the Sixties but with today's technological advances. The Mystics are truly a great-group-of musicians. They don't just play this style of music; they "are" this style of music. Great job!!! Loved It."