Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tomorrow: Cellar Door Presents: Anatomy of a Song

I so wish I could be in town for this…
Cellar Door Announces Show/Live Filming For New Video Series | Cellar Door Cleveland
"April 2, 2013 – CLEVELAND – After a sold out two-night Cleveland music festival with Cellar Door Rendezvous in March, Cellar Door is taking it down a notch in size, but certainly not in vision.
‘Anatomy Of A Song’ is a new video series from Cellar Door highlighting live, intimate, stripped down solo performances from Cleveland musicians along with their stories behind the songs. On April 26th at the Cellar Door performance space, the audience will be treated to an evening of discussions and performances among five songwriters of different musical backgrounds in Cleveland: Michael LoPresti (singer/guitarist for indie/folk band Lighthouse and the Whaler), Jenna Fournier (singer/guitarist of space/prog/indie band Nights), Rob Duskey (solo artist and leader of Rob Duskey and the Rounders), Max Stern (singer/guitarist for indie rock band Signals Midwest), and Erin Kapferer (piano/vocals, performs as Noon).
Instead of separate sets, all five artists will be onstage together for a two and a half hour program, taking turns talking about and then performing their songs in their original stripped down form. The entire evening will be filmed; individual episodes of ‘Anatomy of a Song’ highlighting each artist will premiere on over the course of the following weeks.
‘Today’s culture is so focused on content.’ Cellar Door co-owner Justin Markert said. ‘Whether it’s Bluray DVD commentaries, following along on Twitter while you watch TV, or following Tiffani Amber Thiessen on Instagram- people are hungry for more info. With the ‘Anatomy Of A Song’ video series, we’ll be able to satisfy that hunger on a local level.’
Tickets can be purchased online starting today here. And more details can be found at our Facebook event page here."
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