Doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:00pm
Opening for Joe is Kelsey Sprague. Seattle is a city famous for its rain. Kelsey Sprague, with only her voice and an acoustic guitar, manages to convey everything beautiful and simultaneously desperate about the constant mist, relieved by the occasional spike of sunshine.
Chicago, IL songwriter Joe Goodkin crafts music that finds its Muse in the bittersweet elegance of the modern everyday. On Record of Life/Record of Loss/Record of Love, three interconnected EPs, Goodkin sketches profound truths with a clean economy of language, wrapped in a fluttering wash of delicate sonics. Fragile, confessional, and unashamed in its raw honesty, the record is a portrait of the fleeting grace of our shared humanity.
“Joe Goodkin is a tremendous and fearless songwriter.” — Anhedonic Headphones
“Singer-songwriter Joe Goodkin continues to mine a deep streak of observation and self awareness.” — No Depression
“In less than six tracks, Goodkin transforms from indie frontperson to a Mutations-era Beck while cutting [his] teeth on the early works of Cohen.” — Moxipop