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Thread: Big Ears 2020 (March 2020) - Initial lineup info

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    Hey, Hey! The daily line ups ( not the hourly, yet ) have been announced.
    The Necks have 2 performances, must see at least one.
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    Sarah Kirkland Snider - Unremembered came up on rotation today so I'm give the album a listen, man that was a good concert and the album stands up really well.
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    She was really great, one of those unexpected discoveries that is just plain awesome.
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    CHEER-ACCIDENT are playing The Pilot Light on Saturday March 28th for the festival, according to this February CHEER-AX subscriber email. Very cool.

    Wife and I bought our tickets a couple of weeks ago. Can't wait.

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    CHEER-ACCIDENT are playing The Pilot Light on Saturday March 28th for the festival, according to this February CHEER-AX subscriber email.
    This makes me so happy! While I think they deserve to be top of the bill at the Bijou or TN Theatre, the Pilot Light is familiar territory. Every time Big Ears posts asking who we'd like to see next year, etc., C-A is always at the top of my list. Can't believe it's actually happening!

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    Sweet
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    Damo Suzuki being backed by Ceramic Dog is about the unlikely-est pairing I can imagine:

    "Damo Suzuki vs. Ceramic Dog. Best known for his work with the pioneering German group Can, Damo Suzuki is a vocalist and fearless improvisor whose creative wanderlust has taken him around the world, performing with a dizzying variety of collaborators. At Big Ears, Suzuki throws down for the first time with Ceramic Dog, guitarist Marc Ribotís agit punk trio with bassist Shazhad Ismaily and drummer Ches Smith."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve F. View Post
    Damo Suzuki being backed by Ceramic Dog is about the unlikely-est pairing I can imagine:

    "Damo Suzuki vs. Ceramic Dog. Best known for his work with the pioneering German group Can, Damo Suzuki is a vocalist and fearless improvisor whose creative wanderlust has taken him around the world, performing with a dizzying variety of collaborators. At Big Ears, Suzuki throws down for the first time with Ceramic Dog, guitarist Marc Ribot’s agit punk trio with bassist Shazhad Ismaily and drummer Ches Smith."
    Sounds interesting. I saw Ceramic Dog a while back and found it an enjoyable challenge.
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    Hell, I'll throw my ears at that for a few minutes at least
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    I didn't really enjoy Ceramic Dog when they played last time but I'll probably check this out unless there is a conflict.
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    In the Echoes Podcast we preview Big Ears Festival 2020 with producer Ashley Capps and we remember ECM Records drummer Jon Christensen. https://wp.me/p4ZE0X-hs8

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