Mon, June 25, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pmTrees
This event is all ages
Stars has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket goes towards providing indigenous women and their children a safe and supportive environment through the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal. http://www.nwsm.infohttps://www.treesdallas.com/event/1673210/
From the reflective beauty of Amy Millan’s vocal in Privilege “never got what you want, never got it” to Torquil Campbell’s contemplative and contrary, “I don’t believe that people change…but I’ve changed” on We Called It Love, Stars return time and again to comfort and reassure us that within the experience of failure and fucking up is the path to a life well lived.
A collective band statement notes, “We’re back! We have a new album. It was recorded in Montreal and Connecticut with the great producer, Peter Katis. We love him and thank him for being there for us. It’s our first with our friends at Last Gang. We made this record for ourselves, for our kids, and for you. And we are so happy and grateful that you’re still listening to our music.”
With approaching 20 years as a band and a storied album catalogue spanning 2001’s Nightsongs, the romantic upheaval of 2003’s Heart and 2004’s Set Yourself On Fire, 2007’s In Our Bedroom After the War, the downcast elegies of 2010’s The Five Ghosts, the rejuvenation of 2012’s The North and sub-base, dance club infused No One Is Lost in 2014, Stars continue to prove themselves some of the finest musical storytellers in the country, moving through life with their fans.
Stars now returns with their 8th full-length release “There Is No Love In Fluorescent Light”, out now via Last Gang Records worldwide.
CAREFUL YOU is an album of unique interpretations of songs by modern artists like Spoon, TV on the Radio and John Cale, as well as some of her grandfather’s deep cuts from albums like “Only The Lonely.” AJ arranged and recorded the songs with a full band, has directed and produced her first music video, and will be touring to support the record throughout 2018.
As a solo vocalist, her revolving tour of small clubs in New York (Feinstein’s 54 Below), Los Angeles (Gardenia), Palm Springs (Purple Room), and Las Vegas showcases her work in a more intimate settting. She is currently performing complete Sinatra albums like “In The Wee Small Hours” with John Boswell on piano.
AJ also hosts “Third Generation” on Sirius XM’s “Siriusly Sinatra,” and regularly performs at private and charity events.
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