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Sea Of Glass Showcases Tucson Talent
July 23, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm UTC-7
On Saturday, July 23rd at 7:30pm, the Sea Of Glass—Center For The Arts presents a Local Musician’s Showcase of some of Tucson’s finest young talent – Clay Dudash, Earth Won, and Saving Kings. With contemporary and original musical styles ranging from indie pop to dance to alternative rock the evening promises to be a phonically fresh and scintillating experience.
Clay Dudash, originally from Las Vegas, is now one of Tucson’s local indie folk rock artists who is making a name for himself on the scene. If you ask Clay what kind of music he plays, his standard response is, “I like to make party music.”
Earth Won brings to the stage an eclectic blend of stylistic influences, infusing elements of indie rock, ’60’s and ’70’s pop and psychedelia, blues, classical music, and jazz into colorful arrangements. The group’s members all received extensive musical training in very different areas, with Gus Woodrow and Kristy Deupree having been trained classically, Sean McCann playing primarily rock, and Spencer Clarke studying jazz. Three of the members attended the University of Arizona as music students, where they met and formed Earth Won out of enthusiasm for mixing genres into new musical hybrids.
Guitars, drums, bass, and soul rock the four piece sonic science experiment, Saving Kings. Whether they’re heating up with driving funk rhythms or cooling down with home-hitting lyrics, Sean, Eric, Ansel and Jake hoist their banner to usher in a new era of Saving Kings, and they’re taking as many as they can along for the ride.
Age 18 & up = $10 advance / $15 day of show; Age 12-17 = $7 advance / $12 day of show; Age 4-11 = $4. The Sea Of Glass—Center For The Arts is located at 330 E. 7th St., Tucson, Arizona next to the Hippie Gypsy. For tickets or more information call (520) 398-2542 or visit http://theseaofglass.org.
Proceeds benefit teen & young adult rehabilitation programs and Avalon Organic Gardens Internships. For those in financial need, call 520-603-9932 about Avalon Organic Gardens Hands-In-The-Soil work reciprocation program (call 1 week in advance of shows).