No, not an April Fools joke, Grizzly Bear is coming to Louisville with Owen Pallett to perform at the Brown Theatre on Monday, April 1. This is a special treat for the Louisville music scene and is presented by WFPK 91.9 and brought to us by Shark Productions, Production Simple- Concerts & Events, and "Kentucky Center Presents" (arts & entertainment). Music starts at 8pm with doors at 7:30pm. This is a general admission show. Tickets are currently priced at $30 but will be raised to $35 the day of the performance. To purchase tickets call (502)584-7777 or visit The Kentucky Center Box Office or website for tickets. The run time is approximately two and a half hours.
Grizzly Bear is an American rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The band formed in 2002 and consists of Edward Droste (vocals, keyboards, omnichord), Daniel Rossen (vocals, guitar, banjo, keyboards), Chris Taylor (bass, backing vocals, various instruments, producer) and Christopher Bear (drums, backing vocals). Grizzly Bear is known for their strong vocal harmonies and can be categorized as psychedelic pop, folk rock, and experimental. In September 2012 they released their fourth album "Shields" on Warp Records who normally sign electronic artists.
Owen Pallett, previously known as "Final Fantasy," is an avant-garde composer, vocalist, and musician known for his live performances where he often plays a violin into a loop pedal, an effects pedal that allows a musician to record a section of sound played on the instrument. The pedal then plays back that section over and over, or for a set amount of repetitions adding various layers to the music giving the perception of multiple musicians when there is only one.
Here is the official Facebook event page.
WHAT: Grizzly Bear and Owen Pallett
WHERE: Brown Theatre
WHEN: April 1st @ 8pm
COST: $30, $35 day of
Images: courtesy of Facebook
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