Thursday Series "Songs & Stories"

Beginning, Thursday, December 03, 2020 a new weekly series will be introduced. The series will endeavor to bring the background stories of the songs to the listener. Candid conversations with two musicians each night. The format will be on Zoom and will build on the very successful series enjoyed already by hundreds on Tuesday nights.  These shows will be ticketed- with a sliding scale on Ticket Spice. Links to purchase tickets below- you will receive an access code to take you into the Zoom show on the night of the event.

**Postponed until February** 

Thursday Feb. 04th, "Doors" at 7:30 PM ET; SHOW at 8:00 PM ET

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Jenner is folk singer-songwriter-storyteller-second-generation-river-guide. He followed the family river trade, and recorded his first record (self titled) in 2015 to sell to rafting clients. Four records later, Jenner calls Sisters, OR home, travels from show to show on a cargo bike whenever possible, guides whitewater rivers all over the world, teaches music camps, and searches for songs.

Jenner is a storyteller. His music is full of love, compassion and curiosity. The characters are relatable because they’re real folks. His stories are sincere and draw you in because they’re your stories. His songs make it clear that he is a true listener and observer of the world around him, and will have you laughing one minute and crying the next, engaged with wide eyes and bated breath from start to finish.” – Lawson White, Good Child Records

Jenner combines the lyricism of Joni Mitchell and the commentary of Neil Young to represent the next generation of singer songwriters.” - Grammy nominated producer, Cookie Marenco

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Abby Posner has been a working musician in Los Angeles for the past 16 years.  She is best known for her ability to play nearly any instrument that she can lay her hands on, twisting genres, and pushing the boundaries of folk and roots music. If you have seen Abby perform live, you know she can play a mean lead-blues guitar solo, or throw down a complex Earl Scruggs banjo riff. You also may have spotted her playing drums, mandolin, or bass while using her looping pedal. In addition to her versatility, she puts passion and soul into everything she plays.

 

This CalArts music graduate has composed music for commercials/TV, films, and radio shows all over the globe (including Old Fashioned, The Fosters, This American Life, The Art of More, and Last Tango in Halifax just to name a few). Posner formed her project ‘Abby and The Myth’ in 2015 and they have taken LA by storm with their catchy indie folk songs. The band released their EP Ghosts and Frames April - 2015 and have been touring nationally

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