Thursday, November 12, 2009

Ivin Ballen's "Sleepless in Seattle at Winkleman Concert Hall" Update

Performing tomorrow evening:

Friday, November 13th, at 7:00 PM
Big Game
Big Game formed in the fall of 2008 when keyboardist/vocalist Erik den Breejen and drummer/vocalist Colin “Baby Rue” Ocon from Acid Canyon joined forces with bassist Mathias “Uncle T” Sias. The trio found common ground in their love of heavy psychedelic improvisation and catchy rock songcraft and the startling juxtapositions these two forces could create. “Humble Pie” and a reworking of The Who’s “The Dirty Jobs” best capture the early stages of Big Game, as these tunes provided ample opportunity for extensive jamming that was later honed and refined. Though their songs are structured and arranged, they allow room for spontaneity and improvisation. Most solos are never played the same way twice. Vocally, the band has a flair for the dramatic, singing sweetly one moment and screaming the next in service of creating an emotional urgency that runs throughout the music.
For more information, please visit the exhibition's blog Sleepless in Seattle at Winkleman Concert Hall

And be sure to check out the original T-Shirts at the exhibition. created by Ivin Ballen for only $20.00. All proceeds go to the bands.

Labels: gallery artists exhibitions


Anonymous Gam said...

Bravo Ed on opening up your gallery as a music venue!

11/12/2009 09:17:00 AM  

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