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7:00 Pm - Release The Hounds: An Evening With Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge | Aoife Odonovan at Kuumbwa Jazz Center

Where

Kuumbwa Jazz Center
320-2 Cedar Street
Santa Cruz, CA
831-427-2227

When

Fri, April 21, 2017
7:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-04-21 7:00 pm 2017-04-21 7:00 Pm - Release The Hounds: An Evening With Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge | Aoife Odonovan at Kuumbwa Jazz Center A night of intrepid songwriting and acoustic innovation, beginning with Aoife ODonovan at center stage. ODonovan draws from her catalogue of songs, played as she wrote them; with just her acoustic guitar and voice. The Washington Post describes her singing as almost too gorgeous for its own good. Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge follow with their masterly acoustic performance typical of the virtuosic duo, known for pushing the envelope of folk, bluegrass, and jazz. Showcasing, as The New Yorker writes, a familiarity with the fretboardso extravagant and capacious that they bring flourishes to this music that it simply hasnt enjoyed before, their performance is sure to astound. The evening concludes with all three on stage together in an aural-hootenanny.

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Tickets

$31.5

Musicians

Julian Lage
Julian Lage
guitar

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A night of intrepid songwriting and acoustic innovation, beginning with Aoife ODonovan at center stage. ODonovan draws from her catalogue of songs, played as she wrote them; with just her acoustic guitar and voice. The Washington Post describes her singing as almost too gorgeous for its own good. Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge follow with their masterly acoustic performance typical of the virtuosic duo, known for pushing the envelope of folk, bluegrass, and jazz. Showcasing, as The New Yorker writes, a familiarity with the fretboardso extravagant and capacious that they bring flourishes to this music that it simply hasnt enjoyed before, their performance is sure to astound. The evening concludes with all three on stage together in an aural-hootenanny....

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