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The Winter Wind Down Featuring Bedouine with Sun June

The Winter Wind Down Featuring Bedouine with Sun June

Dates Dec 10, 2018
8:00 PM

Street Address McCullough Theatre (View Map)
Ticket Price

$5 Student Ticket; $20 Public Ticket

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The Winter Wind Down Featuring Bedouine with Sun June

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TPA and KVRX present
The Winter Wind Down Featuring Bedouine with Sun June

With classes wrapping up for the semester, finals on the way and that holiday to do-list looming in the distance there’s no better time to prepare your body and mind for the seasons stressors to come. Let Bedouine be your guide to a clear headspace with support from Sun June over an evening of soothing sounds, deep breaths and calm thoughts at the Winter Wind Down brought to you by Texas Performing Arts, Hook ‘Em Arts and KVRX.

Doors: 7:00PM
Show: 8:00PM

Student Tickets $5 (Must present valid student ID upon entry) – Limit 2 ticket per ID
Public Tickets $20

Bedouine: https://www.bedouinemusic.com/
Sun June: http://sunjunemusic.com/

Eschewing notions of nomadic chic, Bedouine represents minimalism motivated by travel, paring down and paring down until only the essential remains. Bedouine has a sound. Sixties folk meets seventies country-funk with a glimmer of bossa nova cool. Lithe guitar picking and precise lyrical excursions. That mesmerizing voice and phrasing. Her music establishes a sustained and complete mood, reflecting on the unending reverberations of displacement, unafraid to take pleasure along the way.

Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury formed Sun June while working long hours in director Terrence Malick’s editing rooms, practicing in the office whenever Malick was out of town. Their new album, Years, released via Keeled Scales, explores how loss—of friends, family members, and partners—evolves over time, But its ten songs aren’t weighed down or overly serious. Layered vocals and warm guitar lines float over simple structures, and no sound is overly polished or processed.

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