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Living Room Recitals
Beauty. Community. Generosity.
All proceeds are always for artists and other worthy causes.
Wednesday, October 6, 2010
NOVEMBER 07, 2010
JEN WOOD & ALAMEDA
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THIS SHOW IS
Please join us for another
Living Room Recital ...
Sunday - November 7
The Sprinkle's living room @
2610 NE 65th St Seattle, WA 98115
A beautiful intimate performance:
Jen Wood (with band!) & Alameda
Admission is well worth 10$
100% of proceeds support the artists.
A guest list limited to 35 lucky guests will be created before the recital to ensure
that we will have an appropriate number of guests.
You may pay in advance using PayPal or you may
y when you arrive, but we do ask that you reserve a seat
before the recital by emailing us. We will reply to confirm your place
on the guest list and give you the information you need.
Please be sure to include the names of all attendees in your initial message.
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Please arrive at 7 PM for refreshments and company.
Beautiful music begins at 8 PM sharp.
Please keep in mind that Day Light Savings starts on Sunday @ 2 AM!
"In Jen Wood’s own words this album “…is about finding the light inside the darkest places of my mind and my past.” If there are any dark places scattered around here…we can’t find them. All we hear are smooth, intelligent, resilient, smart, upbeat modern pop songs from a young woman who obviously stands out from the pack." Baby Sue
Several years in the making,
Find You In Love
is the result of a gifted singer-songwriter writing the best songs of her career, a dynamic band and the right producer working together to create such a powerful and special album.
More About Jen Wood
"Alameda, sports a fluid lineup that crafts melancholy, atmospheric songs that teeter between folky simplicity and chamber-music lushness. Besides stepping up to the microphone, [Stirling] Myles has switched from bass to guitar; Alameda's debut EP,
The Floating Hospital
, reveals his hushed and tranquil songwriting, a solid core around which revolves the outfit's baroque yet stark multi-instrumentalism." Denver Westword
"Alameda's luminous, spare melodies suggest solitude without loneliness and the peace of fruitful introspection. Like the work of early Low, the latest songs from Alameda are soothing yet haunting and possessed of a delicate immediacy." Thomas Murphy
More About Alameda
Looking forward to spending a lovely evening with you!
Aaron & Karina Sprinkle
SOLD OUT!NOVEMBER 07, 2010JEN WOOD & ALAMEDA
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