Kinda a last-minute thing, but we couldn’t say no. The brilliant CJ Boyd returns to the Library this Saturday, the 19th, for an intimate indoor show.
If you’re unfamiliar with Boyd’s music, his label, Joyful Noise, says it best:
The notoriously nomadic bass player has been creating his ethereal soundscapes for nearly a decade, playing hundreds of shows, conveying his particular artistic ideals and a certain undefined spirituality wherever he plays. Committed to improvisational and experimental music, CJ has no “scene” or “genre” proper.
As the show will be indoors, attendance is limited to 60 people – indoors in our great acoustics! There’s a $ 10 minimum suggested donation. Get your tickets in advance – name your price - here!
It’s going to be a fantastic night of adventurous music! Still don’t believe us? Here’s more praise for Mr. Boyd:
“His arrangements are equally simplistic, breath-taking and haunting as they slowly burn their way into your psyche,” Sound as Language
“C.J. Boyd is as expressive as he is talented. Aerial Roots proves his vision to push simplicity into another realm that is filled with beauty without being overtly boastful in presentation,” Zaptown
“Armed only with four strings (electric or contrabass), a looping station, a gob iron, and occasional vocals that will haunt your sleep, CJ Boyd draws droning, horizon-bending soundscapes that he improvises wistful textures over, under, and through,” Creative Loafing.
See you Saturday!