Win Tickets ($34): New Flower Moon feat. Joanne Robertson @ The Old Church Concert Hall | Folk
We are giving away a pair of tickets to New Flower Moon @ The Old Church Concert Hall on April 21. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed April 17.
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TOC MOON SERIES: New Flower Moon feat. Joanne Robertson
April 21, 2023
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $17 | All Ages
More info: etix.com
The Old Church Concert Hall
1422 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97201
With a lovely series of solo LPs, Joanne Robertson has become known for the lyrical drifting beauty of her music. The Lighter (Textile), Black Moon Days (Feeding Tube), Wildflower (Escho) and Painting Stupid Girls (World Music) have all been hailed as brilliant extensions of the avant garde wing of the femme-folk tradition. But Joanne is also a registered form-disrupter of the highest order, as she demonstrated early on with the Blood ‘n Feather collective.
She has also remained active with her friend, Dean Blunt, issuing the Walhalla LP (Textile) as a duo, and appearing on his recordings, the most recent being Black Metal 2 (Rough Trade). There is also a new experimental collaboration album with the artist Sidsel Meineche Hansen soon to be issued by Tenderbooks which promises to be an insane mix of songs and aktions.
Over the years Joanne’s collaborators have ranged from people like legendary experimental musician David Cunningham, Mica Levi, Jasper Baydala (Kool Music), composer Oliver Coates and onward. And her personal style ranges from wildly open-form chord-squall in the French free rock tradition to the nearly hermetic folk darkness of Sybille Baier. Long based in London, Joanne has now shifted her operational base to Glasgow, where the air is easier to breathe.
I might just be their next biggest fan.
She sounds great!
Let’s do this. Sounds great.
Love this and would be thrilled to go! Thanks PDX Pipeline!
i want to go listen to this one!
Would love to attend this!
You had me at avant-garde!
Too late to enter? This looks fun!