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JEREMIAH LOCKWOOD SOLO + CHARMING HOSTESS

August 11, 2012 @ 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

| $10 - $15

 

Country Blues Meets Jewish Liturgy

 

Saturday, August 11

 

Jeremiah Lockwood’s band, The Sway Machinery, has made its mark around the world performing at festivals ranging from the Festival of the Desert in Timbuktu to Roskilde Festival in Denmark. His musical training included singing in the choir for his grandfather, Cantor Jacob Konigsberg and a decade plus of busking in the New York subways with Piedmont blues legend Carolina Slim. He received the Six Points Fellowship and more recently was a Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra Composer Fellow. The Sway Machinery continues to tour the world.

 

Charming Hostess is a music ensemble at the intersection of voice, text and diaspora consciousness. Founded by Jewlia Eisenberg, Charming Hostess is now presenting Gramophone and Dynamo centered around the violent, sexy, anti-authoritarian music of Salonika.

 

 

Jeremiah Lockwood: guitar and voice

Jewlia Eisenberg & Company

 

 

“Hard to explain but impossible to ignore”–Russ Davis, MOJA Radio
“Jeremiah Lockwood makes the ancient modern and the mythological real”–Buzz Poole, The Village Voice

 

“Charming Hostess stretches from ancient Babylonia to Blind Willie Johnson, from heady folk to heavy metal, from hummable charm to dissonant harm, forging all of these elements into a new musical language of their own.” – KQED

 

“Jewlia Eisenberg’s work is irreverent and ambitious. Charming Hostess radiates female energy and her singing transforms the spirit.” – The San Francisco Chronicle

 

Jeremiah Lockwood

 

www.swaymachinery.com
www.myspace.com/jeremiahlockwood
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr7EnDtiGGg
http://www.npr.org/2011/02/05/133523486/the-sway-machinery-finding-inspiration-in-the-desert

 

Jewlia Eisenberg

 

La Mar La Galana by Gramaphone & Dynamo – YouTube

 

Charming Hostess sings “La Mujer De Pipitero” – YouTube

 

16. Hallelu Avdey Adonai at The Bowls Project – YouTube

 

$10-$15 admission. Doors at 8:30 pm. Show at 9:00 pm.

 

All ages welcome!

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Date:
August 11, 2012
Time:
8:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Cost:
$10 - $15
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