Thursday, August 11, 2011

Seattle Bands Support the Arts

Some of Seattle's favorite local bands will come together at Secret Heart: One Evening of Feist Songs, Turned Inside and Out, by Seattle Bands, a benefit show supporting the Fremont Abbey Arts Center on August 18th at 8pm on The Mainstage at The Triple Door.

Performances by Goldfinch, which Imaginary Victoria from Three Imaginary Girls says, "is a hell of a band.. there's nothing they haven't done on stage that isn't pure gold", plus the soothing, harmonious sound of Charity Thielen, the vocals, violin and percussion for The Head and The Heart, will revamp Feist's songs with their own uniquely heartfelt style.

The endearingly honeyed vocals of songwriter Hannah Williams from Youth Rescue Mission will bring an expansive and experimental sound to the stage, while Noah and Abby Gunderson, the unstoppable brother and sister duo, will bring a harmonious duality only found in sibling familiarity to a selection of Feist's songs. Lesli Wood from The Redwood Plan will bring her funky, vibrant, swingin' style to the indie pop sounds of Feist.

In addition to covering Feist, each signer will perform one of their original songs. A portion of the proceeds for Secret Heart: One Evening of Feist songs, Turned Inside and Out, by Seattle Bands will support the Fremont Abbey Arts Center's youth arts programs and scholarships. Fremont Abbey Arts Center is a non-profit community venue that welcomes people of all ages and income to experience the arts through new collaborations and social development.

Follow link to buy tickets to Secret Heart: One Evening of Feist Songs, Turned Inside and Out, by Seattle Bands

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