Entries tagged with: Call the Doctor
Sharon Van Etten at Town Hall earlier this month (more by Chris La Putt)
Sharon Van Etten put together a show with her "favorite people in the world," happening at Cameo Gallery on December 15. Though she isn't on the bill (anymore), the venue lists "special guests." And though we have no clue if Sharon will actually play her own set at this, She Keeps Bees and Speck Mountain definitely will. Plus there will be DJ sets by Call the Doctor (Christian Schaal and Andreas Knutsen). Tickets for the show are on sale now.
Sharon just played Town Hall with a bunch of guests, and you can check out pics of that HERE.
A stream of She Keeps Bees and Sharon Van Etten's "Cuddle Alone," below.
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