Eric Archer, June 1, 8 PM Green Kill Sessions
Join multi-instrumentalist songwriter and poet, Eric Archer on Thursday, June 1, 8 PM at Green Kill Sessions.
Join multi-instrumentalist songwriter and poet, Eric Archer on Thursday, June 1, 8 PM at Green Kill Sessions. Eric will be joined by Noah Hoffeild, and Arjun Bruggeman. Read more below about Eric Archer.
This event is a livestream production open to a live audience of 30. The livestream is broadcast on the YouTube Channel. 15 dollars for live audience tickts. 10 dollars for livestream tickets. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eric-archer-june-1-8-pm-green-kill-sessions-tickets-641547494827
Please use the email of the recipient if buying tickets for someone else.
Live audience Ticket
People who wish to attend a performance reserve a Live Audience Ticket to attend the livestream event. Live audience ticket holders will also receive a link to watch on Youtube after the event. Live audience ticket holders will not be admitted to Green Kill after the livestream begins!
Livestream ticket holders receive a link to watch the event in real time on their own device. In addition, the link allows livestream ticket holders to watch on YouTube following the event.
A multi-instrumentalist songwriter and poet, Eric Archer plays soul-folk songs, expressing poetic and progressive roots on fingerstyle guitar and banjo. Activating and insightful lyrics, rich acoustic textures, and infectious grooves present songs that move the soul and inspire the heart. Drawing on a vast and visceral influence of world folk and mantra musics in a driving folk music medium, Eric has translated his years as a multi-instrumentalist, expressive- and contemplative-arts teacher, and spoken word poet back into a traditional songwriting practice which offers a unique and compelling sound. Concerts are threaded with spoken word poetry and delightful stories from his wanderings as a poet-musician, storyteller, meditation teacher, and woodcarver.
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.