Tom Brosseau, Diane Cluck, Sondra Sun Odeon, Garrett Pierce
Third Space is excited to announce our first satellite show at 1617 26th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816. We are proud to bring you this line up of four multi-faceted artists from New York, North Dakota and more locally, Sonoma. 1617, a high water bungalow built in 1912, promises to be an intimate setting for a night of music and storytelling.
"No artist possesses the same peculiar qualities as Brosseau. He encourages open emotion in his listeners, as well as fearful distress. He courts deep melancholia, but his songs are queerly uplifting. The power of his performing persona is so strong that he can pervade the whole room with his subjective existence, making time-warped acolytes out of his audience. These were the good/bad old days." Martin Longley 2008 BBC
"Epically divine sounds transcend minds in the musical dreamworld of singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sondra Sun-Odeon, also half of psychedelic weavers Silver Summit. Sun-Odeon is in the midst of celebrating the release of her impeccably orchestrated debut solo album, Ætherea, a truly delicate thing of beauty replete with a psych-folk tapestry (a la Angels of Light) soaring and weeping behind her." Brad Cohan, Village Voice
"An unlikely mix of Aaron Neville, the Baka people, and Joni Mitchell, Cluck's singing is unaffected yet unusual."
"Armed with a melancholy songwriting muse and a sweeping vocal range, Pierce comes across as a little untamed, but exhilarating in his willingness to take unpredictable and wild risks with his songs and performances. Filled with the sort of oblique yet emotionally satisfying wordplay that is reminiscent of a Mukrami novel, Pierce's music may not be particularly uplifting, but it is most certainly encompassing."
Metro Santa Cruz Review June 2006
The Bungalow (View)
1617 26th St
Sacramento, CA 95816
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|