Doors at 6:30pm
Open Mic Offering from 7-8pm
Show at 8pm
$15 in advance and $15 at the door.
If you or people you know want to be a part of Friday's event, but don't have the funds, please go to the ticket link, click "Enter a Password or Discount Code" and enter the code: GHOSTSHIP. It's more important to me that you're at the show if you need to be than that you pay.
An evening of music & art, a communal grief release, a live presentation of Deep Pools' new album SEE YOU IN THE MORNING LIGHT.
"See You In The Morning Light" is Scott Ferreter's attempt to shine light on the beauty that grief offers when it is fully felt. In 2012, he moved back to his hometown of Sacramento upon getting the news that his father was dying of stage 4 stomach cancer. During that time, he played music constantly as he soaked up his father's last days alongside his family, and would spend 4 years trying to capture the vibrancy of those days in sound. His intention was to make an album that would invite listeners more deeply into the experience of being alive on a planet where everything eventually leaves.
All said and done, the record has 22 musicians, was recorded across 6 different studios, and includes field recordings from around the world. The vision was to put as much care into the microscopic sounds as the major ones and to give as much space for the difficult feelings as the pleasant ones. Instead of planning out a normal recording process, Scott continually listened to what the record was asking of him, and this meant that the final trajectory of the record ended up being far more bizarre and magical than anything he could have planned. Some of his closest friends and favorite musicians recorded on the record, including the legendary Suzanne Ciani.
Deep Pools: http://www.deep-pools.com/
You're Going to Die is a communal exploration of death & dying, one driven by creativity, fueled by arts & entertainment, writing & music, interviews & stories, through any means & all social forums available, but always with the continued commitment to bring people creatively into the conversation of death & dying, while helping to inspire & empower out of an unabashed embrace of our losses & mortality...
Doors at 6:30pm