Lonnie Holley and Mary Lattimore at the Bakery

Courtesy of the Bakery
Monday December 17, 2018 08:00 PM EST
Cost: $12,

From the venue:

Face of Knives Productions and Grocery on Home Presents:

Lonnie Holley: Lonnie Holley is a visual artist and musician whose artwork has been displayed in museums and institutions around the country, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The National Gallery of Art, The United Nations, to the White House. He's toured the world as a musician and shared stages with artists as varied as Bill Callahan, Daniel Lanois, Deerhunter, Bon Iver, and Animal Collective. His most recent album, MITH, was released in September on Jagjaguwar to great critical acclaim. 
Unlike most musicians, his compositions are created on the spot, never to be created again, whether he's in the studio or on stage. Each performance is unique.
He directed his first film, I Snuck Off the Slave Ship, which will premiere in 2019. 

Mary Lattimore - Harpist: Mary Lattimore is a Los Angeles-based harpist. She experiments with effects through her Lyon and Healy Concert Grand pedal harp, concocting half-structured improvisations which can include both ambient glitter and unsettling noise. Her first solo record, the Withdrawing Room, was released on Desire Path Recordings in 2014. The solo recordings that followed, At the Dam and Collected Pieces, were released by Ghostly International.

Mary has also recorded synth + harp duo projects with Elysse Thebner Miller (And the Birds Flew Overhead) and Jeff Zeigler (Slant of Light) and has co-written reimagined scores for the 1968 experimental silent film Le Revelateur, directed by Philippe Garrel (who approved of the project), and the Czech New Wave classic Valerie and Her Week of Wonders, and performed these scores live throughout the US with Jeff Zeigler and the Valerie Project, respectively. She has contributed and written harp parts for such artists as Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten, Meg Baird, Steve Gunn, the Clientele, Hop Along, Jarvis Cocker, Karen Elson, Ed Askew and Quilt.

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