Show

Fireside Show: Damien Jurado

When:
December 3, 2020 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Where:
Suttle Lodge
13300 US Highway 20
Sisters
OR
Cost:
$20 Advance; $22 day of show. Show is complimentary to lodge guests and kids under 12
Contact:
The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse
541-638-7001
Fireside Show: Damien Jurado @ Suttle Lodge

Damien Jurado performs at The Suttle Lodge & Boathouse on Thursday, December 3, 2020.  Doors open at 5:00pm. Show 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Tickets: $20 Advance. $22 Day of Show

Skip Bar open for food and beverage. Open to the all ages public. Tickets are non-refundable. Show is complimentary to overnight lodge guests and kids under 12

DAMIEN JURADO

Throughout his 25-year career, Damien Jurado has been chasing the ghosts of the words in his songs. He rummaged restlessly between fiction and reality. He disappeared into disembodied dreamscapes and received resplendent visions. He returned to earthbound plains estranged by a world gone more cold and callous. He sifted through fogs of the past for unblemished truths. And throughout these myriad avenues and trials, Jurado came out none the wiser. It’s the damnedest thing when you think about it: a man who can paint such intricate scenes with each line leaving his lips, still sounding completely lost. The architect of his own unsolvable puzzle.

Truth be told, there is very little humans do know. The strands of wisdom tend to grow from the smallest of certainties we find solace in, the seeds yet to be sown. This is more or less the gist of Jurado’s 15th, self-produced studio album What’s New, Tomboy?, out May 1st on Loose Jurado turns a blank page, not preoccupied with prophecies of futures or pasts. “We are fiction as it’s written // The bleeding ink on paper,” he denotes on “Fool Maria” with a whispered assurance. For the first time, Damien Jurado sings to you: not as the bewildered extra astray on the wrong film set, but as the guide holding your hand, walking you through the scenery with experience and compassion.

 

 

Kristi Richter
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