Devil Mountain Coffee House presents Evie Ladin with Erik Pearson LIVE – Friday, October 21st, 8:00 p.m.

This concert will be held live.   

For the safety of all, proof of vaccine or a proof of a negative COVID swab within 48 hours will be required for entry.  Masks will be required.  No food or drink will be served at this event. 

Tickets: $20 for sale at:

Event Brite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evie-ladin-with-erik-pearson-live-friday-october-21-8pm-tickets-390095976567

Sliding scale tickets will be available at the door. 

The polyrhythmic heat of Evie Ladin’s clawhammer banjo, resonant voice, real stories and rhythmic dance have been heard from A Prairie Home Companion to Lincoln Center, Celtic Connections to Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Brazil to Bali. A prolific creator and gracious facilitator, Evie grew up steeped in traditional folk music/dance up and down the East Coast, bringing a syncretic vision to new work while holding fast to the roots.

A natural entertainer with a gift for infusing folk practices with contemporary verve – San Francisco Chronicle

Think Rhiannon Giddens with less publicity, and you will not be far wrong!  fROOTS, UK

Evie writes clever lyrics with mature arrangements, calls rowdy square dances for urban crowds, choreographs new body music/percussive dance for contemporary dance and film, leads seminars in movement anthropology, rocks straight up old time clawhammer banjo, and gardens, from the vibrant homebase of Oakland, California. She’s won ribbons and arts fellowships, performed in sold out concert halls and cozy living rooms, and toured around the world, to every state in the US except Florida. She’s never been to Florida.

Appearing with long time bandmate Erik Pearson, a musician’s musician with the Crooked Jades, storyteller Diane Ferlatte, and his solo projects. His original banjo tune “Fork & File” was the soundtrack for a rapids rafting scene in Sean Penn’s movie Into the Wild.

evieladin.com

Doors will open at 7:30pm.