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Planned Parenthood Benefit: Goldfeather, Emily Blue, Cold Beaches, Warpark

Nov 20 | Wed | 7:30 pm | $12 and up

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GOLDFEATHER is a Brooklyn-based indie-folk-rock band led by native Minnesotan singer and songwriter Sarah Goldfeather. A bluegrass quintet that morphed into a rock trio with Ethan Woods and Robby Bowen, Goldfeather's music has been described as ""full of light and life"" (The Current, Minnesota Public Radio), "deeply disconcerting and outrageously fun" (National Sawdust Log), ""distinctive...whimsical"" (The Boot) ""poignant...striking and laudable"" (The Deli Magazine), ""spirited"" (Indie Weekly Durham) with a ""lush, dynamic collective of sound,"" ""striking intensity"" (Elmore Magazine) and ""astonishing musicianship"" (Impose Magazine), and even ""[the] most musically talented ensemble ever"" (Pen's Eye View). Performance highlights include DePauw University's 21CM Initiative at (le) Poisson Rouge, the Ecstatic Music Festival and MATA Interval Series in New York, a feature on WQXR, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago presented by Eighth Blackbird, the Times Two Series in Boston, and several tours across the East Coast and Midwest. Goldfeather has a full-length album, Patchwork Quilt (2016) and an EP, Goldfeather (2014), with an upcoming album, Water Damaged Valentines, to be released in 2019. Goldfeather is the brainchild of Sarah Goldfeather - composer-performer who writes music for her three ensembles, Goldfeather, Cipher, and Exceptet, and is the violinist in the new Tony Award nominated Broadway production of Oklahoma! at Circle In The Square Theater. Recent works include a song cycle commission by the new music chamber orchestra Contemporaneous, and new works for her ensembles Exceptet (presented by Roulette in Brooklyn in February 2018) and Cipher."

Venue: The Bowery Electric

327 Bowery Map