case/lang/veirs

KXT 91.7 & AT&T Performing Arts Center Present

case/lang/veirs

with Andy Shauf

  • Reserve Your Seat At The Supper Club Performances

8:00PM Thursday, August 4, 2016 Winspear Opera House

2403 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201

Details

Several years ago k.d. lang sent an email to Neko Case and Laura Veirs on a whim. It read simply, “I think we should make a record together.” Though the three musicians were barely more than acquaintances “Laura and I both responded immediately,” recalls Case. “There was no question.”

But now there is an answer. ‘case/lang/veirs,’ a new album by three phenomenal, self-driven artists will be released June 17 on Anti- with an extensive tour to follow. ‘case/lang/veirs’ features fourteen new, original songs written by the artists over a period of two-and-a-half years. It was recorded in Portland, OR where lang and Veirs both live, and produced by Tucker Martine with the group. Sessions commenced in lang’s loft with a view of Mount St. Helens, and in Veirs’ dining room and backyard studio.

Full of stunning harmonies and spellbinding rhythms, ‘case/lang/veirs’ draws inspiration from alluring, mysterious subjects: a supermoon, the tumbledown story of 70s singer Judee Sill, and the “best kept secret” in Silver Lake, to name but three.

With every ticket purchased for case/lang/veirs, you will receive one digital copy of their self-titled upcoming album, in stores June 17, 2016. On the album’s release date, you will receive instructions via e-mail on how to redeem your album. For ticket purchases made after the album release date, you will receive redemption instructions 7-10 days after your order is placed.

Andy Shauf

Andy Shauf is a storyteller, a singer of heartbreak and regrets, isolation and loneliness, reflecting his prairie surroundings in Regina, Canada. Meticulously written over four years, Shauf’s The Bearer of Bad News is a warm and welcoming album, bathed in weathered piano, dampened drums, softly-strummed guitars and clarinet, which lends its unique timbre to frequently brighten – or hauntingly underscore – the songs’ darker undercurrents. Fans of Elliott Smith, Nick Drake and Harry Nilsson, take note.

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