Kelli Scarr returns to Brooklyn after a nation-wide tour in promotion of her new album Dangling Teeth
She invites some of her closest friends and favorite musicians to join the stage with her at the Way Station this November
8pm- Paul Ryan
9pm- Daniel Wayne
Described by cbs.com as "one of the Top 5 New York acts you MUST SEE in 2012."
Daniel's music is simple, raw, at times dark, at times inviting, but always with a sense of vulnerability not heard from a contemporary male vocalist for some time.
10pm - Kelli Scarr
11pm - Ember Schrag
Ember Schrag grew up in western Nebraska. She spent several years carving out a space in the Midwest as a distinctive lyricist, singer and guitarist. 2010's acclaimed EP Jephthah’s Daughter (Eh?), and Schrag’s debut studio effort, A Cruel, Cruel Woman (Lone Prairie 2009), were preceded by nearly a dozen home-recorded CD-Rs and cassettes. Her second full length album, The Sewing Room, was released on July 10, 2012 on Edible Onion + Single Girl, Married Girl.
Schrag has toured with Kath Bloom and collaborated with Susan Alcorn, P.G. Six, The Chiara Quartet, Philip Gayle, Amy Denio, Dino Felipe, Low Hums, The Black Twig Pickers, L. Eugene Methe and Lucky Bone. Schrag also performs improvised electroacoustic music in the project Office Park (upcoming album on Humbug out of Norway), a collaboration with instrument builder Bryan Day. She currently resides in Iowa.