• Fri Mar 24 2017
  • 8:00 pm

  • Longboat Hall
  • Kevin Morby & Waxahatchee with Mary Lattimore

Kevin Morby & Waxahatchee with Mary Lattimore

Kevin Morby & Waxahatchee
with Mary Lattimore
Friday, March 24, 2017
in The Great Hall’s Longboat Hall
8 pm | General admission | 19+
Tickets $20 online via Ticketfly

Singing Saw is a record written simply and realized orchestrally. In it, Kevin Morby faces the reality that true beauty – deep and earned – demands a whole-world balance that includes our darker sides. It is a record of duality, one that marks another stage of growth for this young, gifted songwriter with a kind face and a complicated mind.

…Morby fulfills the promise many heard on his first two albums, bringing his most realized effort of songwriting and lyricism to fruition. The songs of Singing Saw reflect the clarity that comes from welcoming change and embracing duality, and the distillation of those elements into an entirely new vision.”

“Katie Crutchfield’s southern roots are undeniable. The name of her solo musical project Waxahatchee comes from a creek not far from her childhood home in Alabama and seems to represent both where she came from and where she’s going. Waxhatchee’s latest record, Ivy Tripp, brings forth a more informed and powerful recognition of where Crutchfield has currently found herself. “I think a running theme [of Ivy Tripp] is steadying yourself on shaky ground and reminding yourself that you have control in situations that seem overwhelming, or just being cognizant in moments of deep confusion or sadness, and learning to really feel emotions and to grow from that.”

Mary Lattimore is a harpist living in Philadelphia. Her solo debut, The Withdrawing Room, was released in 2013. She has performed and recorded with such great artists as Meg Baird, Thurston Moore, Sharon Van Etten, Jarvis Cocker, Kurt Vile, Steve Gunn, Ed Askew and Fursaxa. Mary also writes harp parts for songs and recordings. Mary has been a part of soundtrack projects including the Valerie Project, Lopapeysa, a film by David Kessler set in Iceland, and the film score for Marina Abramovic: the Artist is Present, a documentary about the artist. In March 2013, she accompanied Nick Cave’s beautiful horse soundsuits for the 100th anniversary of Grand Central Station in New York City.