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Essential Tremors Presents Luke Stewart Heumann Highway, & Attorneys General

Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 6:00 PM

$10
Online tickets not available

Thursday, November 18 at 6PM

Essential Tremors Presents Luke Stewart Heumann Highway, & Attorneys General

421 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA

$10
Online tickets not available
Luke Stewart (solo) with Heumann Highway (feat. Dave Heumann), and Attorneys General (feat. Tim Baier of Roads to Space Travel)

Luke Stewart:
https://thelukestewart.com/

Heumann Highway:
https://2020recordsandtapes.com/album/hhh

Attorneys General:
https://attorneysgeneraldc.tumblr.com/

Tickets: $10 (cash only at the door - or purchase advance tickets here).

Doors at 6, show at 7.

This outdoor show will be held in our rear courtyard. Enter through the alley - Tyson Street, between Franklin and Mulberry. Use 421 Tyson Street in Google Maps.

You must be fully vaccinated or present a negative Covid test from within 72 hours. Masks required indoors (to use the bathroom).

Luke Stewart is a DC/NYC-based musician and organizer of important musical presentations, and has a strong presence in the national and international Improvised Music community. He is noted in Downbeat Magazine in 2020 as one of “25 most influential jazz artists” of his generation.

Attorneys General is a project led by Matthew Byars of DC-based band The Caribbean. Byars has one-four people (different players every time, mostly) generate utterly improvised sound through a mixing board he controls, which allows him to capture, loop, manipulate, and destroy the sounds they create. Results vary from the transcendent to the disastrous, but the inherent risk involved is, ultimately, the point.



Consider becoming a sustaining member of Current Space – Supporters ($10/month) get half price advance tickets and Benefactors ($25/month) get free advance tickets. Since 2004, we've been putting on exhibitions, music shows, performance events, fashion shows, art markets, poetry readings, lectures, workshops, and more. Supporting members help make this possible and truly help us continue operating!

This program is made possible in part by supporting members like you; the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization; the generous contributions of The Maryland State Arts Counsel; and The Creative Baltimore Fund, which is a grant program funded by the Mayor’s Office and the City of Baltimore.

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