Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Music and fun with Street Roots & Dignity Village tomorrow night!

Haven't bought your ticket for Jim Page and Artis the Spoonman for tomorrow nights show - no worries. You can purchase tickets tomorrow at Street Roots, 211 NW Davis in Old Town/Chinatown or buy them at the door at 7:30. The show starts at 8:00 promises to be an experience!!!

To clarify - the show is 21 and over. Sorry for an inconviences.

Thanks for your support and we hope to see you tomorrow.

Please feel free to pass along to friends!!!

Many thanks,

Israel Bayer

What: Benefit for Street Roots/Dignity Village with Jim Page & Artis the Spoonman
When: Thursday April 5, Doors open 7:30PM, show starts 8:00PM
Where: Clinton Street Theater, 2522 SE Clinton St.
Tickets: Tickets can be purchased through Street Roots at 503-228-5657, or at the Clinton Street Theater Box Office

Artis the Spoonman: The spoonman is a living myth. From the bars and streets of Seattle, San Francisco, Manhattan, Sydney, London, Dublin, Munich and Singapore, to the theatres of Broadway, the stages of international and national television and the recording studios of Frank Zappa and Soundgarden his spell bounding, faster than the eye can track spoon playing will change your life or at least your ideas on cutlery. Referring to Artis the Spoonman Frank Zappa said, "You haven't got a commercial bone in your body."

Jim Page: Jim is one of the most talented, and respected songwriters to ever come from the Pacific Northwest. Jim has been on the scene for more than twenty years and his reputation continues to grow. He has shared the stage with the likes of Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Michelle Shocked, Leftover Salmon, and Mickey Hart. Robert Hunter says, "If Jim Page aint the bastard son of Woody Guthrie I'm T-Bone Walker"

We want to give a special thanks to The Portland Mercury for sponsoring the event!

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