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  • Wed
    28
    Sep
    2022

    Taylor Ashton with Katie Martucci Sept 28

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show

    https://www.venuepilot.co/events/61774/orders/new

     

    Taylor Ashton is a Canadian singer and songwriter living in Brooklyn. He spent the first half of his twenties on the road across Canada as frontman of the band Fish & Bird before moving to New York to work on a new set of songs and a new chapter of life. His music takes influence from the cosmic emotionality of Joni Mitchell, the sage vulnerability of Bill Withers, the humour and heartbreak of Randy Newman, and old-time and Celtic folk music. Alternately accompanying himself on clawhammer banjo and electric guitar, Taylor croons poignantly clever lyrical insights while effortlessly gliding between a Bill Callahan-esque baritone to a Thom Yorke-like falsetto.

    His full-length debut album The Romantic was released in early 2020, followed by a companion EP “Romanticize” featuring remixes, reimaginings, and new songs. His songwriting appears on albums by Watkins Family Hour, the Brother Brothers, Benjamin Lazar Davis and others, and he has released singles with Aoife O’Donovan, The Fretless, and Aerialists, as well as a moody acoustic duo record in 2018 with songwriter & guitarist Courtney Hartman. Much is in store for 2022, including at least one new album and more fruitful collaborations.

    Katie Martucci is a performer (singer, guitarist & violinist), bandleader, composer and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY. Since graduating from the New England Conservatory in 2016, Katie has toured the United States with her trio The Ladles, founded the Tucci Swing Orchestra, released several solo recordings, and scored the National Geographic film ‘Glen Canyon Rediscovered’. Katie has taught voice and songwriting at SUNY New Paltz, and leads several ensembles at the Jalopy School of Music in Brooklyn. 

     

    https://www.katiemartucci.com

     

  • Thu
    29
    Sep
    2022

    Dorée/ Jay Gandhi / Dustin Carlson Trio Sept 29

     

      

    Guitarist Dustin Carlson will appear with vocalist Sivan Arbel and Satoshi Takeishi, percussion. “Dustin Carlson just surprises me with each new project, f***ing genius “new music” composer/conceiver-cum-americanonical-singer/songwriter-lyrical noiseblaster-brilliant guitarist with his own voice, but a voice that keeps shifting around in further & otherly ways (wtf is a “brand”, anyway? he’s still in motion, oh yeah he is; music).” — David Torn 

    Dorée is a NYC based singer-songwriter whose work combines alternative pop, folk, classical & jazz. She’s taking a gap year from New England Conservatory to write, perform, and develop her craft. With an all original repertoire, Dorée has played in NYC & Boston at The Bitter End, Piano’s Lounge & The Corner Art Room. She is working at Big Orange Sheep Recording Studio in Industry City, Brooklyn

    Jay Gandhi’s music is a reflection of an eclectic array of musical influences and years of training under the inimitable legend of the bansuri, Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia. He is a world traveling performer, educator and a founding member of the Brooklyn Raga Massive, a groundbreaking NYC musicians collective.
     
    Jay has been immersed in Hindustani classical music from his childhood, beginning with vocal training under Smt. Kum Kum Sanyal and bansuri training from Pt. Ronu Majumdar and other prominent players. He has performed with many renowned artists from India and beyond, including his Guru Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasiaji, the late Pandit Jasrajji, Pandit Nayan Ghosh, Reggie Workman, Ravi Coltrane, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Yacouba Sissoko (Mali), Noura Mint Seymali (Mauritania), Amir El-Safar, Adam Rudolph, Abhik Mukherjee and many others. He has recorded with sarodist Alam Khan’s Grand Tapestry, Adam Rudolph’s “Ragmala” and Brooklyn Raga Massive’s “In D”, and for the upcoming Hollywood feature film “Prisoners of Paradise”.

     

  • Fri
    30
    Sep
    2022

    Tree Palmedo, Oropendola, Wood River, Sept 30

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

        

    Tree Palmedo is a Brooklyn-based musician and an eager collaborator in the worlds of jazz, free music, pop, and indie rock. As a trumpeter and multi-instrumentalist, he has recorded and performed with an eclectic cast of musicians including avant-pop orchestra Tredici Bacci, singer-songwriter Ben Zaidi, Oscar-nominated songwriter Joshuah Brian Campbell, and acclaimed indie rock bands like The World Is A Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, Mild High Club, and Sloppy Jane. Tree’s contemporary jazz quartet project Earprint received four stars in Downbeat and was named #1 debut album on the NPR Jazz Critic’s Poll. He has also released work as a singer-songwriter with the band Peaceful Faces. He plays regularly in the Brooklyn bands Tredici Bacci and Drinking Bird .

    Wood River is a Brooklyn based band lead by multi instrumentalist Charlotte Greve.
    Expect back beats, through composed melodies, enigmatic lyrics and grooves, bathed in swirling synths, alto saxophone, electric bass and guitars – Music that is as un-categorizable as the musicians are versatile. A captivating blend of jazz, ambient and rock music with a rarely heard compositional rigour.

    Oropendola is the effervescent lyrical chamber-pop project of Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter & musician Joanna Schubert. The oropendola is a gregarious bird native to South and Central America ~ a feathery friend who enjoys a good silly swing on a branch. A golden pendulum. A call that conjures water droplets cascading and trickling through the air, only to suddenly crash upon a rocky shore… of figurative sorts.  With a knack for emotional and whimsical storytelling and colorful arrangements, a distinct chameleon-like voice that loves the song-speak, and a tendency towards the musically delicious and unpredictable, Oropendola chases through various genres with a playful theatricality and indie sensibility.  Influences range from and are not limited to: eclectic forces like Kate Bush, Joni Mitchell, and Joanna Newsom; the melodic and chaotic arrangements of Sufjan Stevens and Of Montreal; French Impressionist piano music; musical theater; the proggiest of The Beatles and the most melodic of Prog; the 90s/early aughts pop, R&B, and pop-punk.

     

  • Sat
    01
    Oct
    2022

    Leila Adu / Ali Dineen Oct 1

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

      

    Ali Dineen is a poet-composer born and raised in Queens, whose lyrics are poetic and deeply personal, and highlight the intersections between personal experience, larger histories, and systems of power. Ali has performed at the Museum of Art and Design, the Caramoor American Roots Music Festival, the American Folk Art Museum, and the Brooklyn Folk Festival, among other wonderful venues, and was awarded the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation Residency in 2020. Ali is also the music director for local puppet troupe extraordinaire The Boxcutter Collective, arranges music and sings with Reverend Billy & the Stop Shopping Choir, and is part of a duet with the inimitable Feral Foster. Ali released a third album, Hold On, in 2020, and is currently working on a new piece about Joan of Arc.

    Leila Adu is an astonishing force in the space where electropop, avant-classical and singer-songwriter meet. Exploring her roots in New Zealand, Britain and Ghana, Adu is an international artist who has performed at festivals and venues across the world. Compared to Nina Simone and Joanna Newsome by WNYC, Adu has released five acclaimed albums, and has given visionary solo BBC and WQXR performances. Adu’s credits include Ojai Music Festival, Bang on a Can, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Late Night with David Letterman, and composing for a Billboard charted album. Adu holds a Princeton University music composition PhD. In 2022, Leila Adu–Gilmore has been awarded a Charles Ives Composer Fellowship’s from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

  • Sun
    02
    Oct
    2022

    Margaux/ Landlady (solo) Oct 2

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    15 online / 18 at the door

    https://www.venuepilot.co/events/61220/orders/new

     

    Margaux is a singer-songwriter based in brooklyn. She is excited to share new and old songs with reimagined arrangements for a special and intimate night of music. 

    Adam Schatz (Landlady, Japanese Breakfast) is breaking in a brand new song cycle that will be the next Landlady album(s?). It’s a bit different every time to some hear the good and the bad unfold on the grand piano at the Owl. 

  • Thu
    06
    Oct
    2022

    Sylvester Germaine/ My Tree Oct 6

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    Sylvester Germaine-electric bass • Jonathan Goldberger-guitar • Luke Marrantz-fender rhodes • Jeff Davis-drums
    Playing original compositions by each member of the band, this is a group with connections that go back many years through many formations. Catchy melodies, vamps, and free explorations are some of the musical elements that can be expected.
     
    My Tree is an eclectic musical collaboration that straddles the boundaries of R&B, indie rock, and jazz. When algorithms are decoding more music into homogeneous playlists, My Tree challenges this norm to bring music and people of disparate worlds together. Their latest release, Where The Grace Is (2021), is a “well-intentioned, slow-burn rumination on the gripes of American social and economical plight, brimming with bops bulked-up on heavy instrumentation” {Flood Magazine]. Their sound has been described as “Seductive, interstellar funk” [Okayplayer] and an “experimental blend of indie rock, jazz, funk, and dream pop” [The Deli Magazine] with “the perfect mix of skill and energy to keep you hooked from start to finish” [Earmilk]. Featuring acclaimed alto-saxophonist and flutist Caroline Davis in a different role as a vocalist, and keyboardist Ben Hoffmann, this collaboration features songs that seek to uplift, while at the same time pointing to the current challenges we face in the United States. My Tree is the soundtrack for the inevitable ushering in of the new world order.
     
     
  • Fri
    07
    Oct
    2022

    Dig Nitty /Good Intentions / / Your next pie. Oct 7

    7:30 Doors 8pm Show
      
     
    Dig Nitty is warm, warbly, angular music – songs written by Erin McGrath and played with Adam Brisbin, Bernardo Ochoa, Mikey Buishas and friends. 
     
    Good Intentions is an instrumental rock band, playing music by Gregg Belisle-Chi and Sam Decker. Following the lead from their favorite singers, songwriters, and composers, the music is warm, direct, and just a little emo.
     
    Katie McShane has been writing music for the past 10 years, with over 20 albums released in all sorts of shapes and sizes.  Her recent projects include rock band Spirits Having Fun and children’s show Draw Together.   Through her years of writing Katie has developed a strong musical language that is warm, present-minded, and full of spirit and laughter.  “Your next pie” is Katie’s first true solo project, supported by a band of her deepest collaborators.
    Jesse Heasly (bass). Borey Shin (synth). Peter Moffett (drums)
     
  • Sat
    08
    Oct
    2022

    Elysian Fields record release Oct 8

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    https://www.venuepilot.co/events/60243/orders/new

    Presenting their new album ‘Once Beautiful, Twice Removed’.

     

  • Sun
    09
    Oct
    2022

    Trippers & Askers / No Lands/ Will Stratton Oct 9

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    $12.00 suggested donation

    Trippers & Askers is the folk / spiritual jazz project of musician, sound artist, educator and researcher Jay Hammond. The group’s latest album Acorn takes inspiration from Octavia Butler’s immersive and frighteningly prescient novel Parable of the Sower. As an intertextual work, Acorn brings together a wide array of collaborators that include members of Wye Oak, Califone, former Sun Ra member Ken Moshesh and comic artist John Jennings to explore the book’s narrative as it pertains to the very real political and emotional challenges of the present. The album was called “a shimmering homage to nature” by The Guardian. For this performance at The Owl, Hammond will perform solo with likely special guests and new material. 

    No Lands is the recording project of Brooklyn-based songwriter and audio engineer Michael Hammond. The debut No Lands album Negative Space was called “one of the most thrilling headphone experiences of this year” [Tome to the Weather Machine] and named the best electronic album of the year by the Brooklyn Rail. As a sound designer and audio engineer, Michael has worked with artists including So Percussion, yMusic, Shara Nova, the Kitchener‐Waterloo Symphony, Judd Greenstein, the San Francisco Symphony, Residentie Orkest, and Signal Ensemble. For this show, Hammond is joined by Molly Kerker on keyboards and vocals.

    https://nolands.bandcamp.com

    Will Stratton is a songwriter and fingerstyle guitarist who lives in Beacon, NY. His last album, The Changing Wilderness, was called “An understated delight, beautifully written, beautifully played, and beautifully arranged” by Alexis Petridis in The Guardian‘s list of the best albums of the first half of 2021, and “exquisite” by Sir Elton John, who interviewed Will on his radio show Rocket Hour on Apple Music about the record. Will’s upcoming album is a collection of songs written about a group of fictional Californians affected by wildfires over several decades.

    Will Stratton

  • Thu
    13
    Oct
    2022

    Theresa Rosas / Christopher Street Songwriters Oct 13

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    Theresa Rosas is a pianist and songwriter based in New York City since 1998. Alongside developing Heart Songs and Sounds (an album of original songs/improvisations/compositions,) she is currently recording Chopin’s 24 Preludes, op. 28. The Owl set is a combination of music from these two projects. With Alan Grubner and Sam Weber

    https://theresarosas.bandcamp.com/album/chopin-7-preludes

    Christopher Street Songwriters is a diverse group of solo songwriters lead by Brooke Lynn McGowan, Stephen Stavola, and Scott Konrad, who first met each other at the Christopher Street Open Mic at St. John’s Church in the West Village. Over the past two and a half years, the group has worked together crafting their individual songs in an inclusive, supportive, and musically bold spirit. This night is a showcase of these songwriters and their favorite songs, as well as a celebration of the open mic returning to Christopher Street and St. John’s this fall.

  • Fri
    14
    Oct
    2022

    Jaime Lowe/ Chase Elodia / Sillivan October 1

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    Catherine Brookman is a performer/composer based in Brooklyn. Originally from Baltimore, her art pop project is called Sullivann and she is currently working on her first solo effort, a double album, produced with Chris Botta at Figure8, called “If a song fades out, it’s playing forever somewhere” to be released in 2022 after her debut EP, Elements.

    Jaime Lowe is a writer living in Brooklyn. She is a frequent contributor to The New York Times Magazine and her work has appeared in New York magazine, Esquire, Sports Illustrated, Maxim, Gawker, The Village Voice,  LA Weekly, and on ESPN. Lowe is the author of Mental, a memoir about lithium and bipolar disorder, Digging for Dirt: The Life and Death of Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and her latest book, Breathing Fire: Female Inmate Firefighters on the Front Lines of California’s Wildfires.

    Chase Elodia’s quartet is a Brooklyn-based ensemble. Founded in 2020, the group released their debut album, Portrait Imperfect, on Biophilia Records in May 2022. Hailed as an “artful” and “ambitious” ensemble by Downbeat Magazine, the band combines a collaborative and improvisational sensibility with an aesthetic orientation that has been nourished by singer-songwriters and electronic artists like Meshell Ndegeocello, Norma Winstone, and Becca Stevens. The group frequently performs at venues around Brooklyn; in the past few years, they have performed at Scholes St. Studio, Pete’s Candy Store, and the Owl. They toured across the USA in 2022, with performances at Lakehouse Jazz (San Francisco), The Muse (Boulder, CO), Oberlin College and Conservatory, Rudy’s Jazz Room, Fulton St. Collective, and Rockwood Music Hall. Chase is a 2021 ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award Winner as well as a 2022 MacDowell Residency Fellow. 

  • Sat
    15
    Oct
    2022

    Minivan / ID:RB (the Ian Davis Rock Band) Oct 15

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

    https://ronshalom.bandcamp.com/album/creepysexycool

    https://ian-davis.bandcamp.com

     

  • Sun
    16
    Oct
    2022

    Isaac Gillespie / Tyrone Cotton / Joy Askew / Oct 16

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

     

  • Thu
    20
    Oct
    2022

    Caleb Curtis / Chet Doxas Oct 20

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

    The Chet Doxas trio with Jacob Sachs and Thomas Morgan perform Doxas’s original compositions from their recent release on Whirlwind Recordings for saxophone, piano and bass.  “A truly personal work of art” – Downbeat Magazine *4 Stars*
  • Fri
    21
    Oct
    2022

    Strugglin / Scree With Horns Oct 21

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

        

  • Sat
    22
    Oct
    2022

    Rachel Angel/Wish Wish/ TJ Douglas

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

  • Sun
    23
    Oct
    2022

    'Special' WWQ / Atoosa Grey Oct 23

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

    Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and poet Atoosa Grey explores a dialogue of fearless confrontation on her fifth release, Dear Darkness (2021). Stitched Sound notes: “The 8-track album is a true testament to Atoosa’s love of poetry. Her lyrics are enticing, relatable, and create a wonderful sense of imagery and intimacy with her listeners.” She will be joined by her band, including James Mastro on guitar, Katie Scheele on oboe, & Rob Jost on bass.

  • Thu
    27
    Oct
    2022

    Levon Henry Presents Oct 27

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    $12.00 suggested donation

    After a long hiatus, saxophonist/songwriter Levon Henry returns to The Owl with a new monthly series (his prior “Night Fishing” was cut short by the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic). “Levon Henry Presents” will be a collaborative residency, with a different cast and structure every show. 

     
  • Fri
    28
    Oct
    2022

    Jordan Glenn/ Katie Jacobson/ Michael Rocketship Movie Oct 28

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation
     
     
    Katie Jacobson is a human girl from New York City interested in the use of words, humor and
    visual narratives in music performance. Some of her past work includes The Aging Piece: a
    punk rock reflection on the passage of time, The Mirror: A piece about narcissism sung on roller
    skates, and Honey Noble’s Last Show Ever: an multi-discipline, multi-room meta-exploration of
    the many identities of the lead singer of a band. Katie is currently reading a book by Will
    MacAskill called “What We Owe The Future” and has two cats named Micho and Pacha. Right
    now she has “long” hair.

    On this night, the 28th of October, Katie will play vocals, Robby Bowen will play drums, Michael
    Coleman will play keys, Ivan Arteaga will play woodwinds, and Carmen Rothwell will play bass.
    Sierra Hendrix and Katie will be co-directing movement and visual story-telling for the
    performance. Some themes might include: quiet and silence, care pedagogy, teleology at the
    mall, Michael Coleman, exposition of an event, what we hate about gigs, cereal = soup of the
    morning, effective altruism, and not knowing much of anything about outer space.
     
    Oakland based drummer Jordan Glenn has worked closely with Fred Frith (FF Trio, Gravity Band), William Winant, Zeena Parkins (The Adorables), Roscoe Mitchell, Ben Goldberg, Todd Sickafoose, John Schott, Lisa Mezzacappa, Kyle Bruckmann, Michael Coleman, Matthew Welch and bands Jack O’ The Clock, Secret Chiefs 3, The Rova Sax Quartet, tUnE-yArDs and the collective Sifter with Rob Ewing, Beth Schenck and Lisa Mezzacappa. He composes/conducts the large, percussion heavy band BEAK, and since 2007 has led the sax/drum trio Wiener Kids. He also has been commissioned to create scores for evening-length dance pieces by Sharp & Fine and Liss Fain Dance. His solo work distills what he values most… spontaneity, space, texture and groove. A document of this work can be heard on his first solo recording “Flustered”, released this past May on Full Spectrum Records. For this performance he will be highlighting some home-constructed instruments in conjunction with the traditional drum set and acquired junk.
     
    Michael Rocketship is a Brooklyn native who works in a variety of musical settings, as an improviser/composer and recording engineer/producer. He’s worked with a wide array of artists from Chris Cohen to Kenny Wollesen and enjoys finding himself in surprising musical situations. For his latest project, he’s teamed up with legendary weirdo SNEAL to co-write an album of songs. The process was this: SNEAL would send lyrics in the form of a text to Michael and Michael would compose to the words. Once complete, they decided that it might be fun to create a visual element to accompany the music. They set out to create a feature film and ended up with a series of short videos that fit together and create a special feeling.
  • Sat
    29
    Oct
    2022

    Piano music and Pickling with Phillip Golub. Afternoon show -Oct 29

    2pm - 5pm!
     
    Phillip Golub comes to The Owl to celebrate his debut solo piano release on Greyfade. A beautifully meditative and architectural set of loops for solo piano, “Filters” approaches the concept of endless repetition through the prism of his radiant pianism. Golub’s loops unite the austerity of the systems-based with the infinite variety & imagination of live performance. More at Greyfade: https://www.greyfade.com/releases/filters.
     
    This unique afternoon (2-5pm!!) release show will feature long-duration performances of the loops plus an opportunity to take home a special long-duration object of your own making. For a voluntary donation, assorted vegetables, jars, and vinegar will be available at The Owl bar for you to prepare a pickle jar to take home and contemplate alongside the music. Hot-off-the-press vinyl will also be available for purchase.
  • Sat
    29
    Oct
    2022

    Noele Flowers and Randle Browning / Catey Esler / Aviv Gilad Oct 29

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

       

    Catey Esler is a singer-songwriter, pianist and producer based in Brooklyn, NY. Raised in the suburbs of Chicago, IL, Catey grew up studying classical piano and voice and later attended Berklee College of Music for jazz voice and composition. She is the front-woman of indie-jazz band, Jade Collective, that has toured with and performed alongside Grammy-nominated artist, Becca Stevens. Under her own name, Catey has independently released an EP of her original music in 2018 as well as her debut album, Hall of Mirrors, in March 2022. 

    Aviv Gilad is a songwriter, pianist, and arranger based in Ridgewood, Queens. At first classically trained but then tossed through the death metal, yacht club jazz, and reggae circuits, Aviv’s songs are informed by just about the whole last 500 years of the short-length vocal form. When not writing cat songs, he also leads the NYC-based prog soul group Valipala

    Instagram ~ Spotify

    Noele Flowers and Randle Browning are two songwriters and besties. Noele lives in Upstate New York, and Randle lives between Brooklyn and Waco, TX. Noele’s songwriting style mixes folk and indie rock; Randle’s draws on country and Americana. They used to be in a band together, and even though they’re both solo artists now, they mostly still play shows together, alternating songs in conversation with one another. 

    noeleflowers.com/work-with-me

    www.randlebrowning.com

     

  • Fri
    04
    Nov
    2022

    Hannah Frances / Adeline Hotel Nov 4

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

     

  • Sat
    05
    Nov
    2022

    Littel Mazarn and tba Nov 3

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

  • Fri
    11
    Nov
    2022

    Charlotte Jacobs, Xena Glas and TBA Nov 11

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

  • Sun
    13
    Nov
    2022

    Noam Weisenberg // JK Kim Nov 13

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

    “Strong and fresh” (Jazz Weekly)     “…his way with melody is as fun as his knack for clever arrangements… It all adds up to a very colorful debut full of promise and heart. Whatever roads Noam Wiesenberg chooses in the future, we should have great pleasure in hearing him tell all about them.” (All About Jazz).   “…Being about the power of choice and making choices, “Roads Diverge” shows enough assertiveness for us to conclude that Wiesenberg has made the right ones. His upright bass holds down the desirable amount of esprit to make each listening experience a gratifying, fun ride.” (JazzTrail)

     
    J.K. Kim’s band will be ‘Or Bareket, Lex Korten (and perhaps a special guest)’

     

  • Sat
    19
    Nov
    2022

    Foreshadow Puppetry, Eliza Edens, Dirty Bird Nov 19

    7:30 Door 8:00 Show $12.00 suggested donation

  • Fri
    25
    Nov
    2022

    Hanksgiving!

    7:30 pm, two sets

    Suggested Donation $15.00

    Please join us for this annual tradition!  Hosted by Rachel Swaner & Oren Bloedow and featuring returning champions  Jared Engel, Raphael McGregor, Gus Rodriguez, Charlie Burnham and others TBA.

     

  • Thu
    01
    Dec
    2022

    Levon Henry Presents Dec 1

    7:30 Doors 8:00 Show

    $12.00 suggested donation

    After a long hiatus, saxophonist/songwriter Levon Henry returns to The Owl with a new monthly series (his prior “Night Fishing” was cut short by the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic). “Levon Henry Presents” will be a collaborative residency, with a different cast and structure every show. 

     

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