Friday November 4 at Never Ending Books in New Haven, CT
Glenn Jones Colorguard
Very glad to announce the return of Glenn Jones to the Elm City. And while Glenn was here not too long ago, he has been very busy. First off, he's just released a new LP, his first on Thrill Jockey, and it is been getting great reviews. "The Wanting" finds him at the top of his game, it really doesn't get any better. This coming from a man who...
"Before embarking on his solo career, Glenn put out nine albums with the Boston based psych band Cul de Sac over the course of their 20 year history, some of which included collaborations with Damo Suzuki and John Fahey."
Not too shabby, nope, not at all.
But it gets even better: Glenn is the editor of a new John Fahey archival collection, "Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You (The Fonotone Years 1958-1965)" out now on the esteemed Dust-to-Digital record label. Just when you think you've heard it all, he's back for more. Thankfully. And you catch him right here in New Haven, at Never Ending Books. Come see this masterful finger picker shred on his acoustic guitar, no amp necessary. Just a man, his six string, and some modified capos. This will not disappoint. Come one, come all.
Colorguard is the hidden gem of New Haven. Her sets are always unique and special. Some folks may remember Kryssi Battalene as one half of (the now de-funked) "Popeye's Garage", the Elm City's favorite off-the-map, off-the-radar, off-the-planet performance space that hosted many incredible shows in its brief life. Some folks may recognize her as the axe-wielder in The Mountain Movers. All will agree, she is out of this world! Please arrive early and catch this rising star. Her sets range from the sublime to the visceral. This will no doubt be very special!
Never Ending Books
810 State Street
New Haven, CT 06511