Mother Teresa and The Spyrit Foundation Presents a benefit for P:EAR: Lovefest 2013
LOVEFEST 2013, The Back Alley Barbers, Warshers, Soriah, Boo Frog, Jagula, Don Lang
Don Schreiber & Monica Nelson
4811 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard
Portland, OR, 97215
This event is 21 and over
A benefit for P:EAR in honor of Stephen Spyrit and all of Portland's lost artists.
An evening of Cabaret, music and spoken word featuring:
Back Alley Barbers
POETRY SLAM at 11pm
Six lucky individuals will be chosen from those entered
You will receive 3 to 6 minutes to wow the audience
and judges. Prizes to 1~2~3 place.
Please visit our website for more details
The Back Alley Barbers
From Lifes Dark Corners and Gritty Back Alleys comes this musical love child of Johnny Cash, The Necromantix and Etta James ! Your ears won't know what to do and the sheer amount of class is unremarkable!
With the sounds of a Quentin Tarantino movie, the vocals to haunt your soul, and the looks of the Devils Rejects!!! The Back Alley Barbers are sure to get you on your feet and stop your heart!
The Portland musician and ritual artist known as Soriah (a.k.a. Enrique Ugalde) first came into being more than 10 years ago. His unique vision has evolved to draw equally from performance and musical traditions both modern and ancient–raga, shamanism, the revisionist arts of electroacoustics, noise, butoh, and free improvisation. One element which pervasively informs his work, is traditional Tuvan throat singing. Soriah has extensively trained in, and received recognition for his achievements with, this style of overtone singing. Most recently, he was honored as the Third Place winner in the International Symposium of Khoomei Competition, and "Best Foreigner" in the 2008 Ustuu-Khooree World Music Festival in Tuva, where the form originated.
BOO FROG is a psycho-delic trashy trio comprised of male and female vocalists/guitar slingers propelled by positive motivational drumming.
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