I’ll be sharing soothing songs of connection in cahoots with songwriter Emily Shumway as Stone Pine, named for those trees who require the cooperation of creatures to spread their seeds. Louis Vega on bass will be rounding out the sounds. Magick Altman, activist, poet, Tarot reader will be sharing her work as a Bay Area activist in between sets. A wonderful songwriter from Austin, Texas, Julia Lucille will be also playing her really gorgeous music before us. Inspired by the book The End of Night, I’ll be sharing sone new music: night songs, lullabies, homages to darkness, in addition to old favorites. One piece I am especially excited to share is the poem “Fire” by poet, musician, author Joy Harjo, adapted as a song. See …

I’ll be sharing soothing songs of connection in cahoots with songwriter Emily Shumway as Stone Pine, named for those trees who require the cooperation of creatures to spread their seeds. Louis Vega on bass will be rounding out the sounds. Magick Altman, activist, poet, Tarot reader will be sharing her work as a Bay Area activist in between sets.

A wonderful songwriter from Austin, Texas, Julia Lucille will be also playing her really gorgeous music before us.

Inspired by the book The End of Night, I’ll be sharing sone new music: night songs, lullabies, homages to darkness, in addition to old favorites. One piece I am especially excited to share is the poem “Fire” by poet, musician, author Joy Harjo, adapted as a song.
See you there.
Seaweed Sway presents: Stone Pine (Anne Carol & Emily Shumway) and Julia Lucille – Private Parlor Show at The Lost Church
The Lost Church 65 Capp St. SF
Wednesday, July 20
Doors at 7:30pm
Show at 8:15pm

Tickets at http://ticketf.ly/28TyVwj
(Limited seating — advance tickets are recommended).

$10 in advance and $15 day of show online and at the door.

Private Parlor Shows are open to all friends and fans of The Lost Church and the performers.

Seating is first come, first served. We recommend you buy in advance to ensure being a part of the event (parlor shows often sell out), but you can also try purchasing at the door on the night of the show.