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Duende Entendre and Sam West at the MonDak Heritage Center, Saturday, February 13

 


The MonDak Heritage Center will host Duende Entendre and Sam West on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 7pm. The concert is free and open to the public.

duende entendre is the sound art duo formed in 2008 by poet/singer/bassist, Sam West and composer/percussionist/sound artist, Ron Coulter. The duo uses free improvisation and composition to create encapsulating soundscapes, provocative vignettes and spontaneous statements of sound. Acoustic instruments and digital electronics are combined with both analog and digital electronics, and the expanded possibilities of the human voice. The duo has previously released two albums, with a third due out this year.

Sam West, current resident of Nashville, will perform a cocktail of country, jazz and bluegrass while weaving stories of love, vice and adventure. The bluesy drag of his voice, which is suggestive of a darker Ray LaMontagne, amplifies the smartness of his self-aware and emotive lyricism. West performs his own solo material, plays the upright bass as part of the Sam West Trio and the Nashville Gun Show, and has other collaborative efforts, like duende entendre.

Admission to see duende entendre and Sam West is completely free and no reservations are necessary. The MonDak Heritage Center is located at 120 3rd Avenue SE in Sidney. If you have any questions, please call the museum at 406-433-3500 or email us at mdhc@richland.org.

For more information please contact Kim at the MonDak Heritage Center, mdhc@richland.org.

 

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