The eclectic Seattle-based folk singer/songwriter Damien Jurado comes to The Warhol’s intimate theater on a tour supporting his latest release, Maraqopa, on Secretly Canadian Records. Since his solo debut on Sub Pop Records in 1997, Jurado has amassed a strong catalogue in the indie-folk and roots rock realms inspired and influenced by singular songwriters such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, and Randy Newman. His powerful yet fragile vocals are a particularly striking aspect of his minimalist folk-pop compositions, rife with melodic hooks. The delicate and haunting melodies of JBM (Jesse Marchant) open the show.
Please note: parking for this event is free in The Warhol parking lot, located across from the Museum.
May 17, 2012 8pm
The Warhol Theater
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