GRIMM & PEDERSEN└ formerly of stray passage ☾☽ crutching and beyond ☾☽ a mime slowly sinking into a vat of glue
VENEREAL CRUSH ├ quell form orchestra drone ☾☽ knitting wrong stitches ☾☽ a thing with long legs rising above thick trees
TAR PET ╪ wavering leavings ☾☽ knife juice ☾☽ a flame that will not go out
MID WASTE ╘ city waste ☾☽ rib cage blooming ☾☽ a stuttering child
Justice resonator at Bright Red Studios. Please feel free to bring spectors and baubles as this will be a daemon friendly event. 5 CREDITS FOR THE TRAVELING RADIENTS. It will begin on time, even though time is an illusion perpetuated by the watchers.
For the past three winter seasons, local folk musicians, headed by Anna Vogelzang, have banded together to present Wintersong, an all-ages holiday show to benefit Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin. In 2014 alone – thanks to a packed Barrymore Theatre – over $10,000 was raised, providing 30,252 meals for families and individuals who struggle with hunger. Since 2012, Wintersong has raised 40,452 meals to help end hunger in southwestern Wisconsin.
The public is invited to join musicians Anna Vogelzang, Phox, Love High, Corey Mathew Hart, Faux Fawn, Crane Your Swan Neck, and special guests as the band of merrymakers cover holiday tunes, perform seasonal group numbers, and raise donations for Second Harvest Foodbank in this family-friendly, fun-filled event’s fourth year.
The concert, presented by Majestic Live & the Barrymore Theater, will take place at the Barrymore Saturday December 12, 2015 at 8PM. This event is generously supported by the Isthmus, Wisconsin Public Radio, Furthermore Beer and WORT.
Guests will also hear from Kris Tazelaar of Second Harvest. A raffle with prizes from many local businesses will be held during the evening as well.
Concert tickets are $18 in advance, on sale at B-Side Records, Frugal Muse, Strictly Discs, Star Liquor, MadCity Music, Sugar Shack and the Barrymore. Charge tickets at 608-241-8633, or order online at BarrymoreLive.com. On the day of the show, tickets will be available for $20 at the door, for $18 with a non-perishable food donation or a student ID, or for $10 for children under 12. Non-perishable donations are welcome. For more details, see Wintersong-Madison.com.
About Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin
Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin, southwestern Wisconsin’s largest hunger-relief organization, is a non-profit organization that is committed to ending hunger in 16 southwestern Wisconsin counties through community partnerships. By focusing on a multipronged approach that includes food distribution, increasing participation in public and private food programs, and mobilizing the public, it serves nearly 141,000 people who struggle with hunger each year; 43% of whom are children. From July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014 Second Harvest Foodbank, together with its more than 225 partner agencies and programs, provided 12.6 million meals to those facing hunger. It is one of 200 members of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity. For more information, visit SecondHarvestMadison.org.
From FOMA ~This is the premiere show for this great new house venue! (Make sure to tell Jeff Stanek you want more!!!)
Vote Diana Sussman for home snowcoming queen and David Pedersen will kick the ceiling! Or, just kick back as Jeff Stanek serves cupcakes and Brian Grimm pours tea to the sad harp strains of Molly Wells. Candlelight and kale chips. Improvisation and album sneak peeks. We can’t wait to share the fun!
(^This information may or may not be entirely fictional…)
Join ‘Sisters Three’ for our farewell performance on Saturday with Tatsuya Nakatani & Spiral Joy Band. This will mark our final show for the next 1.5(+) years as we say goodbye to our dear guitarist/wordsmith/weird-sister, Huckleberry Grimm, who is heading on to new adventures in Japan!! Let us send him off together with good spirits!
We are absolutely thrilled to share the bill with Tatsuya Nakatani, one of our favorite performers. With kindred respect towards the exploration of deep-meditations in sound, we prepare to journey inward into unexplored lands during his set this Saturday. If you think you’ve experienced the entire energy potential of overtones and harmonics stored within a cymbal or gong… think again! Come, be transported as Tatsuya calls those vibrations forth with his finely hand crafted bows, releasing the gong’s elemental powers!