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Debut Album Release CelebrationA symbol of unity in diversity, American Patchwork Quartet comes from two-time GRAMMY winner Clay Ross (Best Regional Roots Album; 2020 and 2022), GRAMMY-winning vocalist Falu (the first female singer-songwriter from India to win the award), go-to jazz bassist Yasushi Nakamura (Cecile McLorin Salvant, Joe Lovano, Kurt Elling) and drummer Clarence Penn (who has played on two GRAMMY-winning records, won a Juno Award and was mentored by Ellis Marsalis). Together they celebrate America's musical traditions, while exploring what it means to be "traditionally American" in the first place. On the group's upcoming self-titled debut album (out February 9), they reinterpret traditional folk songs synonymous with the American experience by incorporating their own American voices - which, in many cases, are voices that wouldn't have been incorporated when these centuries-old songs were first popularized. “APQ's debut is a symphony of cultures, harmoniously woven together to create a musical tapestry that speaks to the soul. In the spirit of '60s folk revivalist bands like the Weavers or the Byrds, this 21st-century take on traditional music brings the welcomed lens of American diversity to center stage. Truly, a groundbreaking work that's as myriad and intricate as the nation it represents” - MarySue Twohy, SiriusXM
Photo Credit: Sandlin Gather
$25 (exclusive of service fee)
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