Posted by: Nick | February 5, 2009

Larkin Grimm @ 21c – 2/10

LARKIN GRIMM21c Hotel

Tuesday, February 10, 2009
In the atrium gallery
Doors open at 7pm
Cash bar

$8 in advance and $10 at the door
Tickets available at the 21c Hotel Front Desk and ear-X-tacy
Percentage of the proceeds benefit International Contemporary Art Foundation

An artist of diverse background, Larkin Grimm’s talent eludes commonplace musical genres. Perhaps a chanteuse folk-singer-songwriter, her voice and instrumentation plunge into the intense, ecstatic, and ethereal. A former member of the Dirty Projectors, Grimm has also pursued painting, sculpting, writing, and performance art—at one point even receiving a scholarship at Yale University.

Larkin Grimm has shared the stage with Devendra Banhart, Spires that in the Sun Rise, Entrance, The Microphones, Viking Moses, and Old Time Relijun. After traveling the US continent and excursions into Thailand and Guatemala, she currently resides in Providence, RI and has released three albums to date: Harpoon (Secret Eye, 2005), The Last Tree (Secret Eye, 2006), and Parplar (Young God Records, 2008).

Opening for Larkin Grimm will be Louisville’s own Sandpaper Dolls with 16mm projections by Cinemanonymous. Returning after a Summer Open-Air Garage show at 21c on First Friday Trolley Hop, the a’cappella trio Suki Anderson, Rebecca Dennison, and Amber Estes has performed individually as a.m. Sunday, Liberation Prophecy, and the Jamie Barnes Band.

Get your ticket early and join us for this rare chance to see these very talented performers!

Larkin Grimm- Ride That Cyclone

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