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Round 198 Erika Lundahl, Classic Elisha, Once Around the Sun, poet, painter

November 23, 2021 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

$7 – $20

ERICA LUNDAHL: erikalundahl.com/
“..Their live performance locked us in awe with Erika’s beautifully clear voice….Watching her fingers play that 12-string was mesmerizing as she rapidly switched between tapping, drumming and finger picking” – Norm Johnson, host of Concerts in the Woods Series
CLASSIC ELISHA: classicelishamusic.com/
“WHY DO I CREATE? I found my identity in creative expression. Music is within me and I am music. This is how I experience and interpret the world—through sound and rhythm. It is how I “feel” beyond my sense of touch. A long time ago, I discovered the reach and the power of music. No matter what was going on, I could never turn my back on music because music has never turned its back on me. It has always embraced me warmly whether I was standing on a mountain or making my way through a valley. My hope is that my music will heal, comfort, and empower listeners. I’ve had the pleasure of connecting with the community by sharing my art. It is both my passion and my calling. The journey continues!”
ONCE AROUND THE SUN: facebook.com/OnceAroundTheSunBand/
“Sibling singer-songwriter duo Once Around The Sun – comprising musicians Anukriti and Antriksh Kandhari – first dipped their toes into music while singing at their local church in Delhi NCR. Soon after, they began posting covers on Instagram which received plenty of traction and led to them performing at gigs in Hyderabad. While the band went on a hiatus for a couple of years, the Kandharis got back when both siblings moved to the U.S. two years ago. “We decided to pick things up again, but this time, we wanted to solely focus on original music and releasing an EP,” says Anukriti. The pair’s forthcoming EP, which is due to be out later this year, will include songs in both English and Hindi.” -David Britto, Rolling Stone
KAYLA CARRINGTON: kaylacarrington.com/
“Kayla Carrington is a West Coast, U.S based musical artist with an exciting act that includes sax, rap, and dance. Other services include private youth outdoor education.
Kayla’s lyrics playfully & intentionally call on environmental justice, activism, climate change education, and visual art to mobilize today’s youngest generations. Carrington considers Lauryn Hill, Wale, and The Internet among their biggest influences. At age 11, Kayla took to the alto saxophone and within a decade was playing gigs with The Thelonious Monk Institute, touring festivals in France, Spain, and the Netherlands, and recording for the soundtrack of Netflix Original’s “Motown Magic”.
Featuring production from Dru Freeman and Vikki T, Kayla’s first collection titled Environmental Studies EP hit streaming platforms in June 2019, a year after their first poetry book, Each Step In, was published. Together, these two projects capture the essence of what it is like to grow up into a world of known environmental negligence, and what it looks like to spread health & thriving energy through it all.”
JESS RENE LATOUR: jessrenecreative.com/
Jess Rene is Two-Spirit, (federally unrecognized) Indigenous Designer, a caretaker of the land, its plant families, and people. With her deep connection to spiritual and traditional indigenous medicine, Auntie Jess offers intuitive plant healing and shapes the earth into beautiful ceramic art sets. Her lovingly made signature vessels are infused with the intention to feed and nourish the soul.
Auntie Jess’s background as a career care provider, a life & death doula: to elders, babies, and young children is both a testament to her compassionate heart and her unique patience in providing guidance. She most enjoys sharing her knowledge of medicine, plants, ceremony, song, dance, interior/garden design, and art therapy. Her mission is to connect others to sacred relationships with the land, the plant families that provide healing for us, and our own creative roots.
@ Fremont Abbey Arts Center
7p doors, 7:30p show
All ages, PG-13 (some content may not be suitable for young audiences)
Some seating available, bar w/ID
No one turned away for lack of funds
has been held live in Seattle, WA (USA) every month for 198 months in a row and features local and touring artists
Music | Poetry | Visual | Collaboration
Songwriters/bands sharing their music, alternating with a poet,+ visual artists creating live.
All together to create a unique evening of high quality & collaborative arts.
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Fremont Abbey is ADA accessible on either level.
We have a mix of normal chairs, some tall chairs, and standing room in back.
Seating is not reserved unless noted.
Please refrain from talking or texting during the show.
No video from the seating area please.
Please limit photos during the show so as to not distract other attendees from the experience.
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No outside alcohol allowed. Quiet picnics ok.
Presenting welcoming music, arts & cultural experiences for people of all ages & incomes.
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Home Venue: Fremont Abbey, 4272 Fremont Ave North, Seattle, WA 98103 / 206-414-8325 Ballard Homestead: 6541 Jones Ave NW, Seattle | + UHeights Auditorium, St Mark’s Cathedral, & more


November 23, 2021
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
$7 – $20


Erika Lundahl
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Fremont Abbey
4272 Fremont Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103 United States
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