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    Aztec Two-Step: "Naked" CD Release Show

  • Dates:
    August 13, 2017
  • Time:
    7:00 PM
  • Admission:
    $25 Advance / $30 at Door
  • Location:
  • Address:
    227 Maple Avenue, East, Vienna, VA 22180
  • Phone:
    877-987-6487
Details

Legendary folk-rock duo Aztec Two-Step celebrates the release of their new album ‘Naked’ - performing highlights from the new album as well as old fan-favorite ATS classics. 

The story of Aztec Two-Step is intertwined with the history of folk-rock music in America, originating from a chance meeting at an open mic night in a Boston folk club in 1971. In 1972, Aztec Two-Step, whose name comes from a poem by beat poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, burst upon the scene with their self-titled debut album on Elektra Records. Since then, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman have spent a lifetime making music together.