Thursday, December 7th – 7:30-9:30 pm
Randy Lee Odell presents… Jill Tracy
Jill Tracy is a San Francisco-based singer/pianist, storyteller, and “sonic archeologist” who has garnered multiple awards and a passionate following for her beautifully haunting, cinematic music, sophisticated lyrics, old-world glamour—and curious passion for strange tales.
Hailed a “femme fatale for the thinking man” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Jill Tracy was described by NPR’s All Things Considered as “utterly intriguing, transporting you into a magical world solely of her creation.” LA Weekly has deemed her “the cult darling of the Underworld.” Her music has appeared in film and television, including Showtime’s Dexter, CBS-TV hit Navy NCIS, and the motion picture Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
With master percussionist Randy Odell, this intimate evening of stories and music will include dark holiday carols from her album “Silver Smoke, Star at Night,” rarely performed live. Come celebrate the season and the grand finale, and coda, of the Canyon Moonlight Series!
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~~ Poetry as philosophy to plumb the deeper truths of these times ~~
$15 and worth every penny
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