Night Canopy

Sunday, February 10

Though Seattle warbler Amy Blaschke’s been busy shining her love light on psychedelic blues-rock project Whalebones (on keyboards and illuminating backup vocals), Night Canopy affords the chance to see her take center stage. Stretched thin between musical endeavors, it’s been awhile since she’s graced us with the salty sea mist and molasses–soaked twang that permeates last year’s debut full-length Of Honey and Country. Though tonight sees her without the backing of collaborators Nick deWitt or Jenny Jimenez, Blaschke can carry it alone, with strength like a spider’s web, all glimmery and dusted with dew. With Neal Burton. AJA PECKNOLD

Sun., Feb. 10, 8 p.m., 2008

 
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