drunken prayer

Drunken Prayer is the brainchild of Morgan Christopher Geer from Asheville, NC. Wood-shedding on a farm with former DP keyboardist Audra Fleming in Northern California around 2006, Morgan wrote and arranged the handful of songs for what would become Drunken Prayer's self-titled debut record. Others in the current fold include Joel Meredith of Blind Pilot on steel guitar and, on loan from The Breeders, percussionist Jose Medeles.

"Like an alt.country Led Zeppelin..."
MastanMusic Hour
Portland, OR

"The songs contain striking lyrics that sweep over and engulf the listener. Pay close attention to those thoughtful words - some of them are very deep and will challenge you."
Brenda Barbee
Roots Music Report

"Why in the name of all that's holy is Drunken Prayer not a massive, national success?"
The Stonewailer
Portland, OR

Jason Harrod

ason Harrod draws from the best traditions of American music to create a sound all his own. His songs about lost love, found joys, and spiritual longing have garnered him a loyal following across the country.

Harrod’s latest release, Bright As You, finds him backed by a crack group of musicians featuring Phil Madeira (Emmylou Harris, Buddy Miller, Al Green, Mavis Staples). The songs, sung in a rich, brooding tenor and underscored by inventive guitar work, range from the Beatle-esque "Bright As You" to the blues-infused “Night, Fall On Me,” to the dark, ambient lament “Messed Up Everywhere Blues,” which appeared in the film "The Wager," starring Randy Travis.

Sally Timms and Janet Bean

Sally was born in Leeds, England. She grew up in the Yorkshire dales, sang in the church choir and performed in poetry recitals as a child. In 1985 she joined the Mekons as a full-time member and has regretted it ever since. Unfortunately, the only way out of the Mekons is in a box, so she's still there.

Janet Bean has a gift for penning melodic and distinctive music. Born in Florida and coming of age in Kentucky, Ms. Bean was influenced by the regional American music she heard there, as well as the punk music of the time. A multi-instrumentalist, Janet sings as well as she plays the drum kit in Eleventh Dream Day. Over a seventeen-year career path, Dream Day have proven to be an iconic, fiery and substantive rock and roll band. The twin voices of Bean and guitarist Rick Rizzo is as powerful and daunting a combination as the remarkable rhythm section comprised of Bean and bassist Douglas McCombs. She is also known for her songwriting, guitar playing and her vocal duets with Catherine Irwin in Freakwater.

These two seminal artists combine forces tonight.


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drunken prayer with Jason Harrod, Sally Timms and Janet Bean

Thursday, July 18 · Doors 8:00 PM / Show 9:00 PM at The Hideout

Tickets Available at the Door