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A transmission from the folks over at Annie Street Arts Collective:



"In late 2010, Amy Annelle finished a new album, "The Cimarron Banks".  Due to Amy's prolonged illness, the album was never properly released, though copies were quietly passed to friends and fans at shows and sold on her wesbite. This collection of swirling dark matter percolated itself slowly into the universe. One by one, as we all spent time with these songs on evenings home alone and long car rides through the desert, this thunderous tour de force rocked us through and through.

This show is a celebration of this under-celebrated album, and a teaser for a project that is in the works:  a 2-LP set of "The Cimarron Banks" in gatefold sleeve, with all the original songs from the CD version, plus an entire side of songs from the original Cimarron sessions that have not yet been released.

This is important music and we are honored to be helping Amy release it into the atmosphere.  At the show on Feb. 17th, Amy is going to play "The Cimarron Banks" in its entirety, including the unreleased songs.  She will be accompanied by her new band, The True Vine (Lindsey Verrill, Nick Hennies, and Roy Coon).  There will also be a showing of short films shot during her time in Cimmaron County, Oklahoma, the high plains landscape where these songs sprung forth.  Shakey Graves will be opening.  


Suggested donation is $10--$20.  No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.  All attending will receive a copy of "The Cimarron Banks" from the original CD pressing.  Signed color prints of Adam Kobetich's beautiful poster for the show

will also be available.  
Thank you."

Annie Street Arts Collective



with Shakey Graves

Friday, Feb. 17th

Doors at 7:30.  Music at 8.

Central Presbyterian Church

200 E. 8th Street @ Brazos (1 block east of Congress)

Austin, Texas USA

$10--20 suggested donation


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