Marisa Anderson & Ed Sunspot: Benefitting EKY Flood Relief

21c Lexington

Sunday, November 27th
7:00pm - 9:00pm EST

Marisa Anderson with Ed Sunspot

Benefitting the Appalachian Artisan Center for Eastern Kentucky Flood Relief

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."

Ed Sunspot is one of the many monikers of Lexington's Robert Beatty. Known for his musical work with Hair Police & Three Legged Race as well as one of America's most innovative and in-demand graphic artists, Beatty's electronic compositions explode both the ear and the imagination.

Donations benefit the Appalachian Artisan Center in Hindman, Kentucky, which encompasses the Troublesome Creek Stringed Instrument Co and Culture of Recovery. Addressing the rise of substance abuse disorders, the Culture of Recovery (COR) Project at the Appalachian Artisan Center partners with the residential Hickory Hill Recovery Center and the Knott County Drug Court to forge a path forward for those in recovery through creativity, supplementing existing treatments with opportunities for skill building in the arts.

All Ages. Free Admission. Donations greatly appreciated.