Dida Pelled, Jake Sherman Julia Easterlin

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“My name is Dida, I was raised in a lion’s den / My nightly occupation is stealing other women’s men.” That bit of tongue-in-cheek bluesy bravado is from Israeli-born, New York-based jazz singer-guitarist Dida Pelled on her CD, “Modern Love Songs.” The New School Jazz Department alum, who closes the show tonight, will remind you of Norah Jones, with her sultry, smoky quality (though she’s funnier), and she mixes the blues with soulful country-ish ballads and straight-ahead jazz. 

Tonight Pelled shares a program with American singer-songwriters Jake Sherman and Julia Easterlin.

Georgia-born, Brooklyn-based artist Hite (Julia Easterlin) purls a modern Southern Gothic lament on her debut album "Light of a Strange Day." Through the language of baroque pop and Appalachian folk music, Hite and producer Shahzad Ismaily (Lou Reed, Karla Kihlstedt, Marc Ribot, Sam Amidon, etc.) bring to light a collection of new work John Schaefer of NPR Music calls, "at once lovely and unsettling... a striking debut." 

 

Dida Pelled
Jake Sherman
Julia Easterlin

WHEN AND HOW OFTEN

Thursday, September 13, 2018 - 8:00pm

ORGANIZATION

EVENT LOCATION

The Owl Music Parlor
497 Rogers St.
Brooklyn, NY 11225

MAIN EVENT PHONE

(718) 774-0042

PRICING INFORMATION

$10 suggested donation

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