Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Time: 8:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: An die Musik
Address: 409 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/362737260448064/
Underwoman and the Believers, fronted by Taiwanese American singer-songwriter Carolyn Chen, will be performing June 13 in Baltimore, Maryland. This gig just might be a favorite because there will be a grand piano provided, and it will be held at a record store – how cool is that? While this not-for-profit venue will require you to pay a mild admission fee, it will be worth it!
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Underwoman and the Believers is the brainchild of writer/pianist/vocalist Carolyn Chen, accompanied by Arnold Kim on viola and Tyler Sanders on contrabass. Based on the anti-hero from the novel, “Notes From Underground,” her music’s influences include classical music, film soundtracks, and artists Elliott Smith, Sarah MacLachlan, Radiohead, and Bjork. Carolyn grew up in the San Fernando Valley, went to school in Boston, and is now based in the Bay Area. Past shows include Dolores Park Café, Mama Buzz, Red Rock Coffee, and the San Francisco Taiwanese American Cultural Festival. Come experience for yourself what some have described as “melancholy merry-go-round rides in autumn…”