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    Heather Eatman • Adam Levy and the Mint Imperials • Jim Keller Mar 28

    7:30 door 8:00 show $12 suggested donation

    Heather Eatman’s songs sparkle with cinematic stories, vivid characters and carefully crafted sonic soundscapes. Originally from East Texas, her distinctive voice and style were recognized by John Prine and his independent record label Oh Boy Records, who helped to launch her career. Her latest album, “Gorgeous Maze,” was released in 2020.

    Guitarist/songwriter Adam Levy has created a remarkable body of work over the past 25 years. He’s been featured on recordings by Norah Jones, Amos Lee, Rosanne Cash, Tracy Chapman, Allen Toussaint, Vulfpeck, and many other artists. He has a dozen original recordings to his credit as a solo artist as well, and has authored several instructional books and video courses. No Depression says of Levy’s The Heart Collector: “It is a great album overflowing with warm and soulful songs that enchant the ears and captivate the heart.”

    Jim Keller  is responsible for the most iconic seven digits of the eighties: “867-5309.” For the last three decades, though, Keller has been a notable music industry mystic — representing Philip Glass, Rufus Wainwright and others; playing gigs in New York and Nashville that draw the best players in town; and recording five well-received solo albums. One of those, By No Means (2021), was the first of three in “The Tres Caminos” trilogy with Mitchell Froom. Soon he’ll release the second record of the trilogy, Daylight, which he willl play tonight with backing by Adam Levy and the Mint Imperials.


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