Been way too long since I checked in here, oops. Life gets pretty crazy. Musicians, concerts, kids, grandmothers, potlucks, new housemates....
Just wanted to let you know that the brilliant Myshkin
is doing a short Northwest tour this weekend, all three nights of which I will be along for and two of which are with Seattle's Led to Sea
(aka Alex Guy). Please do come out and see us (I won't be performing, but you can still see me), I promise you will not be disappointed. I'll include some quotes and stuff about Myshkin below.
fri. march 20 (tonight!!) House Concert - Seattle, WA - 209 NW 60th St - Myshkin with Led to Sea
- 8pm - $15 - RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org ***this is a great house concert series at the home of my friend Eli***
sat. march 21 The Raven and Finch - Ilwaco, WA (this is a sweet wine bar near Astoria, OR) - 215 Howerton Way - 8pm - $5
sun. march 22 Alberta Street Pub - Portland, OR - Myshkin's Ruby Warblers with Led to Sea
- 8pm - $10 advance / $12 at door - for tickets go to www.shiningcitymusic.comMyshkin
took a year off from music in 2008 to build a cob and straw bale studio in the mountains of southern Oregon, and is currently working to finish her latest and most ambitious record, heart thumping to get back on the road. Myshkin plays an eighty-year old Martin tenor guitar, a vintage Gibson six-string, and a jumbo Lowden acoustic. But her voice is her finest instrument, and she wields it like a fortune-teller, an acrobat, a hunter, a gift.
"Both lyrical and politically pointed. A rich blend topped with her broad-ranging, keening voice." - The Washington Post
"Myshkin's voice is not to be taken lightly. A gorgeous rich alto infused with natural drama and melancholy, and best applied to her own songs: hushed one-act plays that speak volumes." - The New Orleans Times Picayune
"Dark, smoky folk-jazz. Gripping, affecting and disquieting." - Read Magazine