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Joy Clark’s intricate rhythms and warm melodies reveal a sweet vulnerability that enchants her audiences around the world. Like so many other artists in New Orleans, Joy’s first stage was in church. Growing up the daughter of a minister, she learned to create an atmosphere ripe for an emotional experience. So it’s no wonder she believes music is her ministry and intimacy is her superpower.
Joy’s melodic offerings are a healing balm to an anxious heart. Each song welcomes the close listener in with open arms–always beckoning truth, authenticity, and the courage to tell one’s story. The Boot says, “Joy’s music is rhythmic like the pull of the tide.” Her latest single “Good Thing” beautifully captures her craft and the depth of her artistry and musicianship, and has garnered radio play along with an official video debut with DittyTv. Joy can also be seen touring with 3-time Grammy Award nominee Allison Russell in her ensemble of phenomenal artists. 2022 has brought beautiful beginnings for Joy, and she looks forward to new releases in the near future.
Setlist from this performance:
Tell it to the Wind
Listen and learn more at joyclarkmusic.com
“Musical poet” of melodies and words that express the beauty and tragedy of the human condition
Thursday, September 29
9am Los Angeles / 12pm New York / 6pm Berlin
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The event will last about 45 minutes and the recording will be available on this page afterward.
David Berkeley’s greatest gift is in finding words and melodies that express the beauty and tragedy of the human condition. His songs heal the heart, reminding us that we are not alone. Berkeley has released seven albums and authored two books. His latest album is his most intimate and profound to date, Oh Quiet World, written during the lockdown after his family escaped Spain due to Covid. The album finds the light within the darkness of the pandemic.
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David has been called a “musical poet” by The San Francisco Chronicle and praised for his “lustrous, melancholy voice with shades of Tim Buckley and Nick Drake” by the New York Times. He has been a guest on This American Life and has won many songwriting awards and honors including ASCAPs Johnny Mercer Songwriting Award. Berkeley has released seven albums and authored two books. His latest album is his most intimate and profound to date, Oh Quiet World, written during the lockdown after his family escaped Spain due to Covid. The album finds the light within the darkness of the pandemic.
In 2018, he released a set of political love songs, if such a genre can exist, called The Faded Red and Blue, which has only increased in relevance as the nation becomes more divided. And Berkeley’s 2017 release was a never-before tried concept: a novella comprising ten intertwining stories and an album of ten accompanying songs (one for each story’s main character.) He has opened for or toured with Dido, Don McLean, Ben Folds, Billy Bragg, Ray Lamontagne, Nickel Creek, and many more. He was a Kerrville New Folk winner, and a New Song and Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Finalist. He’s performed on Mountain Stage, The World Café, the Sundance Film Festival, South by Southwest, XM Loft Sessions, and Acoustic Café, to name a few. Berkeley is also one half of the wildly creative Trans-Atlantic costumed duo Son of Town Hall, which tours extensively in Europe and the UK. David lives in Santa Fe, NM with his wife and two young boys.
Song list from David’s Performance
Let the Light Back In
Gonna Win the War
Oh Lord Come Down
Stars and Rain
The Lion’s Paw
This Be Dear to Me
Song for the Road
Listen and learn more at davidberkeley.com
Harmonic, Uplifting, Folk-Soul-Revival; A Musical Tune-Up for the Heart
Will be posted on Friday, September 30 at 12:01am New York time.
Wholeheartedly fed by the folk and gospel traditions, MaMuse (Sarah Nutting and Karisha Longaker) create uplifting music to inspire the world into thriving. Interweaving brilliant and haunting harmony with lyrics born of honed emotional intelligence, MaMuse invokes a musical presence that inspires the opening of the heart.
Playing a family of varied acoustic instruments including upright bass, guitar, mandolins, ukulele, and flutes, these two powerful women embody a love for all life. The synergy that is created through this musical connection is palpable and truly moving to witness.
With 13 delicious years of co-creation and 7 albums under their belts, MaMuse keep their hearts tuned to the creation of music for the health of ALL BEINGS.
Setlist – including new/untitled pieces:
On the 1
Wild for Sienna
We Shall Be Known
Listen and learn more at mamuse.org