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An Evening with Warren Thomas Fenzi, Savannah Smith, Joe Kopel
October 10 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm |
Warren Thomas Fenzi is best known for his explorations in sound, story telling and songwriting that draw from the wide open landscapes of the Southwest of which he grew up around. As a multi-instrumentalist, Fenzi concocts a diverse array of sounds and styles hinting at Indie Rock, Ambient, Soul and Folk. His aim is to create something refreshing, inspiring and innovative while inviting his listeners on a journey of introspection. With a strong under-current of Warren’s work maintaining a message of honesty, growth and transformation, he continues to evolve his art with an unyielding earnestness that is undeniable.
Fenzi recently released his debut album titled “WTF” and is currently working on a follow up EP, set to be released on December 4th, 2018.
Savannah Smith only needs thirty seconds of your time to win you over. In a world filled to its brim with would-be young singer-songwriters, Savannah’s vocal prowess, and her absolute mastery of crafting raw and gritty emotion into beautiful melodies, defines her from the crowd in moments. Her stage show all her own; Savannah introduces her music with an irresistible charm, ushering the listener into her world with casual ease before effusing desperate and earnest emotion in each song. Her lyrics darken the bright chords and create a depth in her music that reaches far beyond her years.
Hi, I’m Joe. I made a record with some friends. It’s called Topics. It’s called this because I was thinking about a lot of current events kind of stuff during the time I was writing it. The big ol stuff that I guess we’re all going through, like technology and politics, and how that affects our communication and feelings of connection or isolation.
I was also thinking wow, I have a lot of feelings about work and jobs. I was also thinking man, I really love Tom T. Hall and Hank Williams. Not that the record sounds like an old country record. I didn’t know what I wanted it to sound like. I wanted to get the songs recorded. I’m grateful to have gotten to work with the people on the record and for the interest some people have shown in it!