Emi Meyer - Kizuna concert in Seattle
We welcome Jazz pop singer, Emi Meyer (http://emimeyer.jp). Her music has garnered her several accolades, and she's a top artist on the indie scene. It only fits that she would create her own expression. Her music spans borders and channels an old soul gained from clearing her own place. Meyer has made a splash on the music scene in the Pacific Northwest for years, and she's already poised for a worldwide takeover thanks to her smooth musical sound and innovative style. Meyer is a top seller of concert tickets in the jazz genre, and she will soon be performing in venues around the country. She has been an acclaimed musician ever since, and her musical flavors have been introduced to audiences all over the world.
Emi Meyer released the music video for her track "Happy Song" off her Suitcase of Stones album. She released it on the anniversary of 9/11 (as well as the six month anniversary of the Japanese tsunami) in order to help add some positive energy into this day.
**About Seattleites Help Japan - Kizuna project
Six months have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake and ensuing tsunami struck Japan on March 11. Although media coverage in the United States has dwindled, the recovery effort in Japan is expected to take at least five years, and many question marks still remain, including the future surrounding the nuclear accident in Fukushima Prefecture. The volunteers of the Seattleites Help Japan project stand committed to getting the message out to friends, family, co-workers, neighbours and local communities in and around Seattle that help is still needed in the Tohoku region. In our third charity event, we hope you will join us for a performance by celebrated jazz musician Emi Meyer in downtown Seattle at the Columbia Tower Club, home to one of the most spectacular views in the city. The event will also include an exhibition of photographs from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), which was arranged with the assistance of Associates of the Earth (AOE; www.aoe.or.jp), a public interest incorporated foundation in Japan.
Raffle prizes include: Local wines, Movie tickets, Restaurant gift certificate and more! DRY Soda will provide some soda at the venue. Nature's Harvest at Uwajimaya will provide gift for all our guests.
Price Includes: seat and snacks from Columbia Tower Club,
Desert and one drink!
$40 before 10/19 with raffle ticket
$55 for buyer on 10/19 at Columbia Tower Club
Dress Code is for Members and Guests:
No Tennis shoes, flip flops, shorts, athletic hats or t-shirts please.
Street parking (Free after 8PM)
Underground parking ($9)
Yoshi Minegishi, Ron Hosogi, Hideo Makihara, Akemi Ikeda, Rika Manabe, Mutsumi Kokubo, Noriko Huntsinger, John Owens, Brian Chu, Brad Anthony Laina
Charity sponsors and more inforamtion:
NicoNico online broadcast:
Japanese : http://live.nicovideo.jp/watch/lv67719977
English : http://live.niconico.com/watch/lv67719977
Columbia Tower Club, 76 Floor (View)
701 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|