The Big Net / Allegra Krieger / Hannah Frances / Miriam Elhajli
Fri May 20 2022 at 08:30 pm to 11:30 pm
The Broadway | Brooklyn, NY
About this Event
The Big Net
The Big Net is Kevin Copeland (guitar/vocals), Logan Miley (bass guitar), and Andrew Emge (drumset). They are a drone- country power trio hailing from the great state of NY, and their sound is not unlike the sweet howling of a dog in a moving car.
Allegra Krieger is a New York based songwriter & composer. With emotive lyricism and explorative harmony, her songs are at once cathartic and compelling. She lives in a 5th floor walk up apartment in Chinatown, and writes mostly in the morning with the windows open. She works as a bartender in the evening and prefers to walk to work. On March 4th 2022, her album, Precious Thing, will be released with Northern Spy Records.
Through exploring the inner life of the creative process in relationship to the land, I find an earthly echo & a natural harmony—where sound & silence entwine.
I have studied over the years in fields of music, performance art, creative writing, herbal medicine, astrology, music education & therapy, communication & counseling. It is my work, as a clairaudient multi-disciplinary artist, to listen reverently to the conversation between spirit & ecology through the emotional landscape of music & storytelling.
My work is partly in the unseen—catalyzing & translating through sound, word, & counsel. I offer service through sensing & weaving. Through these reveries & boughs, the harvest of heartsongs, I am devoted to expansive expression of the many voices we behold.
I wonder of boundlessness—of the depth of sacred stewardship & shepherding we are capable of.
I wonder of coming back to ourselves & our innate wisdom.
I wonder of the ways I can usher this embodied knowing for others to remember.
How can we embody vision and create, connect and coalesce with grace as the centerfold of our earthly song?
Miriam Elhajli is a folk singer, composer-improviser, and musicologist whose work is influenced by the rich musical traditions of her Venezuelan, Moroccan and North American heritage.
Elhajli currently lives in New York City where she performs and works as a researcher at The Association for Cultural Equity founded by Alan Lomax. Elhajli's sophomore album is set to be released 2/22/22.
Where is it happening?The Broadway, 1272 Broadway, Brooklyn, United States
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