July 11--The Sparhawk-Parker-Garrington trio returns for a show on its home base. The members of Low and special guests play Sacred Heart Music Center at 8:30 p.m. today. The band is coming off a "Rock The Garden" performance that still is getting head-scratches and/or applause from fans, future fans and the Low curious who saw the band perform a 27-minute version of "Do You Know How To Waltz?" at the June concert, punctuating the one-song set with Sparhawk saying "Drone, not drones." Not that Low fret a "what the ..." or two, but they can be safe in knowing that Duluth fans can take it: bring on the artistic challenge.
Low recently released the Jeff Tweedy-produced album "The Invisible Way."
But don't be mistaken. This isn't a Low show; it's a collaboration of several artists, including a rare local appearance from Tim Kaiser, who takes all sorts of found objects and turns them into music-makers (a lawnmower no longer is just a lawnmower; toys that beep and blink no longer are just toys that beep and blink). Anne Le Berge (flutist, improvisor, composer) and the computer musician duo Willful Devices also play.
GO SEE IT
What: The Summer Show of Awesomeness, featuring a collaboration of musicians from Low and special guests
When: 8:30 p.m. today
Where: Sacred Heart Music Center, 201 W. Fourth St.
Tickets: $10 at the door
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