The second show of the second series-- at this point we're in it to win it.
A fabulous, frolicking night of avant garde folk implosions.
Post Show Notes
Uh. First off, if you didn't see the promotional video for this installment. Remedy that immediately:
Joshua Quarles started off the evening. A talented songwriter and former bandmate with Molly Berg of Fuzzy Baby. His wintery set finished off with a beautiful song: "Back to the Sun" written about a trip to New York with Hope Ginsburg, and stylistically harkening back to the great London folksingers and songwriters from the 60s.
Lobo Marino brought a treat to the Listening Room, as they played the second side of the new record they're recording with Dave Watkins. If you don't have their first album: "Keep Your Head Up," track it down, go see em play, and buy one. Other highpoints: the crowd throwing stuffed animals at the band during "Animal Hands," and a mysterious flying Pope bird. A buffet of sounds and
Fuzzy Baby closed the evening with a set of startling sounds, breathtaking eccentricity, tactful wit, and overall brilliance with Molly playing the straight foil to Justin's mischievous tom foolery.
Check out the following blogs for some free tracks and reviews:
I Could Go On and On
Joshua Quarles, Jameson Price, Laney Sullivan, nathaniel Roseberry, Molly Berg and Giustino Riccio
to Apropos Roasters for donating the coffee
to Kendra of Ipanema Cafe for donating coffee cake
to Williams Bakery for donating donuts
to Bizhan Khodabandeh for the poster design and programs.
to The Listening Room volunteers.
to Rob Jefferson for taking photographs
to Allen Bergendahl for running sound.
to The Richmond Scene for continued sponsorship.
to St. James's, our generous hosts
to the IN-FAMOUS Mr. Schmiegel.
to all of the attendees,
Thank you for Listening.
Let's keep this thing going!
Next Month: Series II, Volume III: Knox Hubbard, Tyler Crowley, and Alison Self. Mark your calendars for January 18th!