Rusted Root’s Michael Glabicki and Dirk Miller play an intimate gig in Safety Harbor this week

Glabicki recently released his solo project called “Uprooted,” a stripped down, percussion-heavy album.

click to enlarge Glabicki and Miller. - Michael Glabicki / Facebook
Michael Glabicki / Facebook
Glabicki and Miller.
Rusted Root members Michael Glabicki and Dirk Miller aren’t ready to get the band back together, but they will keep its legacy alive when they bring their “Uprooted” project to the Safety Harbor Art and Music Center (SHAMc) this Thursday.

According to a press release, the ever-evolving Glabicki is going to challenge himself to rearrange, and then perform, Rusted Root tunes as you’ve never heard them before.

This run of shows takes place in primarily intimate settings, so perhaps the rearrangements will be acoustic-based.
Right now, tickets are $30, but if you want to wait until the day of the show to buy your tickets, they’ll cost you $35.

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