Chloë Roe & Jack Lynch and Duo Denum, February 24, 8 PM, Green Kill Sessions
Green Kill Sessions presents Chloë Roe & Jack Lynch and Duo Denum on Friday, February 24 at 8 PM.
Green Kill Sessions presents Chloë Roe & Jack Lynch and Duo Denum on Friday, February 24 at 8 PM. Sound engineer is Scott Kent.
This event is a livestream production event open to a live audience of 30 presented on the Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel. Tickets are 5 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: Regrets, this event is postponed because one of the performers had a family emergency.
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This audience is limited to 30.
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Chloë Roe & Jack Lynch and Duo Denum
Jack and Chloë
Jack and Chloë is a duo comprising true love soundscapes. Members include electronic musician and bassist, Jack Lynch, and vocalist Chloë Roe. The two have performed all around greater New York, but their experimental musical roots will always be planted in the Hudson Valley. Jack and Chloë currently live in Queens with their cat Borscht.
Duo Denum is Al Margolis (contact mics, violin, things, etc.) and Tom Law (Max/MSP). They began performing as a duo since 2021, and started hosting the "Double Duo" series at Green Kill in July 2022.
Scott Kent, Sound Engineer
Scott Kent originally came to Woodstock in 1988 to work for Bearsville Studios. He taught guitar at Abrams Music and the Kingston Conservatory of Music before moving to San Diego in 1993. He taught Band and Orchestra for San Diego Unified School District for 18 years and returned to Mt. Tremper in 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music and a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University.