Concert: Jim White and Marisa Anderson – Sunday 8 September 2024 7pm

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Jim White and Marisa Anderson by Anna White

Sunday 8 September 2024
Piel View House, Barrow Park.

Doors 7PM. Show starts 7.30PM

Book your ticket HERE

Full of Noises is delighted to welcome super duo Jim White and Marisa Anderson on Sunday 8 September.

Doors 7pm - concert starts 7.30pm.

TICKETS HERE

The collaboration between renowned drummer Jim White and acclaimed guitarist Marisa Anderson is a natural union of two of the most intuitive players and listeners working in music.

Australian White and American Anderson are each very in-demand as collaborators in no small part because of their mastery, versatility and highly expressive playing.

The duo have each amassed an impressive body of work, and remain at the vanguard of their practices due to an insatiable curiosity and delight in exploration of new avenues of expression.

Their 2020 debut The Quickening exemplified that daring spirit as an exercise in trust: two musicians who had never performed together before committing those first moments in time to record.

2024’s Swallowtail is a deepening of that trust, White and Anderson completely immersed in the moment, each attuned to the other fluidly moving as wind and water.

Marisa Anderson channels the history of the guitar and stretches the boundaries of tradition. Her deeply original work applies elements of minimalism, electronic music, drone and 20th century classical music to compositions based on blues, jazz, gospel and country music, re-imagining the landscape of American music.

The New Yorker calls Anderson ‘one of the most distinctive guitar players of her generation’, while NPR refers to her as among ‘this era’s most powerful players’ . Her work has been featured in Billboard, Rolling Stone, NPR, SPIN, Pitchfork, the BBC and The Wire. Festival appearances include Big Ears, Pitchfork Midwinter, Le Guess Who and the Copenhagen Jazz Festival.

Jim White is an Australian drummer, songwriter, and producer. In 1992 he formed Dirty Three, an instrumental rock band, with fellow mainstays Warren Ellis on violin; and Mick Turner on guitar. White has also played with PJ Harvey, Mark Kozelek, Bonnie Prince Billy, Cat Power, Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Smog, The Blackeyed Susans, Kim Salmon's STM, Venom P. Stinger, The Tren Brothers, and Nina Nastasia.

 

Doors open 19:00 for 19:30 prompt start

If you arrive after 1930 you may have to wait for the interval before being admitted to the performance space.

Directions and Information

Piel View House, Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness LA13 9DB

Access to the venue is by foot.

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Parking: There is no parking at the venue as we are in the middle of a public park. You are best parking up outside the park on Park Drive.

There is one designated accessible parking space, to book please email glenn@fonfestival.org

Enter from the park gate by Park Drive junction bus stop (by the Baptist Church)

Walk route is 2 mins signposted from here.

We have a no pets policy within the premises. Assistance dogs are welcome.

Concert: Jim White and Marisa Anderson - Sunday 8 September 2024 7pm 1

Co-funded by the Creative European Union
Arts Council