Thursday, June 21, 2012

POP UP project seeks musicians for experimental jam session this Friday

This just in: The POP UP project, co-curated by local artists Kate King and Sam Davis, is looking for musicians to participate in an "Experimental Music Jam" starting at 6:30 p.m. this Friday, June 22 at 7411 S. Broadway in the Carondelet neighborhood.

King tells StLJN that the POP UP project "was created to stimulate a cultural community in underserved areas through the use of emerging talent and unoccupied space." The jam session is one of a series of events the group is hosting on Fridays in June at the space on S. Broadway. "All noise makers and instruments are welcome," said King. "We are looking particularly for anyone with recording equipment and for anyone who plays a horn/wind instrument. Please tell your friends who play unusual instruments, or who play usual instruments in an unusual way. "

Admission is free, but those attending are encouraged to "please bring cash for donations or at the very least, bring cash for the bar." For more information, see the POP UP project's Facebook page, or call King at 636-248-3600.

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