Meg Baird and Chris Forsyth
This is an intimate living room performance in a private residence. Full details on the location will be provided at the end of ticket purchase.
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This show will be general admission floor seating. Feel free to bring a pillow or cushion to sit more comfortably on the floor.
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Since co-founding Philadelphia's luminary psych-folk collective Espers, Meg Baird has been steadily creating a body of solo and collaborative work within folk, acoustic, electrified and underground music traditions. She has recorded with harpist Mary Lattimore, helped form Heron Oblivion as a drummer and vocalist, and has continued to create her own solo work featuring her beguiling guitar and song-writing. In her fourth solo album "Furling," Meg draws from her formidable past as a collaborator by creating her own unique version of a band.
"Meg Baird makes music that's diametrically opposed to the grind, the type you listen to when you want to leave the working world behind."
"You may well feel that you have heard music like this before. But you may still notice the steady, settled authenticity of its mood. This is music that knows no anxiety."
-The New York Times
Chris Forsyth connects the dots between between Televisions anthemic art rock, Bill Frisells chiming atmospherics, and Cans relentless rhythm workouts in taut compositions and mercurial improvisations that have earned the Philadelphia-based guitarist a unique reputation as a leading guitar stylist for jam and non-jam band fans alike.
...a scrappy and mystical historian His music humanizes the element of control in rock classicism (and) turns it into a woolly but disciplined ritual.
...a near-perfect balance between 70s rock tradition and present day experimentation,
...one of rocks most lyrical guitar improvisers,
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