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On the 5 Year Anniversary of KRCC’s foray into live concert events, the alternative rock band Low will be returning to play in Armstrong Hall on September 25th, 2011 at 7pm. Low was the first band KRCC Concerts booked as part of the station’s renewed commitment to live events in October of 2007.
Hailing from Minnesota, Low made a name for itself by playing slow, intricate songs. The band's eighth album, Drums and Guns on Sub Pop Records, presents hypnotic, textured drones that are punctuated with cranky guitars. (NPR)
Opening for Low will be Eef Barzelay of the band Clem Snide. Clem Snide has been said to conjure a sweet and lusciously melancholy sound that merges the tunefulness of vintage pop, the late-night vibe of cool jazz, the lonesome spirit of classic country, and the delicate touch of folk. (Allmusic)
Ticket holders for the September 25th performance in Armstrong Hall on the Colorado College campus will also get free admission to an evening of film and discussion with Eef Barzelay on September 24th at Marmelade – Smokebrush.
Tickets for Low with Eef Barzelay of Clem Snide are on sale now for $22 at all Independent Records and Video locations and online through Ticketweb.com. KRCC member discount tickets are on sale at the KRCC Studios, 912 N. Weber for $16.
Visit www.KRCC.org for more information.
Interviews and electronic press available by contacting Jeff Bieri, KRCC, 719-473-4801