Pre-Order Tickets for A Gothic Folktale CD Release

Pre-order your tickets now for  A Gothic Folktale CD release show! One ticket is $12 and can be purchased here:
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Planning on buying a CD and going to the show? Check out the link below to pre-order one ticket and purchase one CD for $20, AND save 4 bucks. Every little bit counts.  
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The names of all pre-order ticket/CD holders will be added to the guest list and verified at the show prior to entry. No other proof of purchase is required.

Jesse Manley CD Release for A Gothic Folktale
Special Guests Chimney Choir, Professor Phelyx, and Wonderbound
Saturday, April 26, 2014 – 7:30 pm
Wonderbound: Junction Box
(1075 Park Ave W. Denver)

Jesse Manley’s music has a unique sound, rooted in traditional folk music and verse, but seeking to re-invent a time-honored sound by blending a menagerie of historical genres with his own haunting voice.

Wonderbound Artistic Director Garrett Ammon and Jesse came together for the first time in 2011 to create Vagabond Hill, a ballet choreographed to the music of Jesse’s first album Devil’s Red. Early in 2013, Manley and Ammon embarked on a new collaboration entitled A Gothic Folktale, this time partnering with the talented mentalist Professor Phelyx. The vision for this new work was inspired by magical realism, incorporating tarot as its core theme. In October 2013, A Gothic Folktale was brought to the stage, receiving critical acclaims, and the collaboration was featured on Rocky Mountain PBS. Live recordings of the final two performances were produced into an album which will be released on April 26, 2014.

Press:
“The amazing band, led by Jesse Manley with original music for the show was the cherry on the top of the cake and the live aspect added such a wonderful quality to the production.”
- Michael Mulhern, Presenting Denver

 

Posted on Sunday, April 6th, 2014

One Response to “Pre-Order Tickets for A Gothic Folktale CD Release”

  1. […] will debut a live recording of the music from “A Gothic Folktale” with a performance at Wonderbound. The album is very much a soundtrack, at times feeling incomplete without the performance, but the […]

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