Sooj, Betsy & Leslie @ The Sacred Well Portland
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
927 SE 13th Ave
Portland, OR, United States 97202
A song-witch from the South, a goddess from the Northlands, and the Stealth Cellist join forces for this first of two concerts! Join the triple goddess team of singer-songwriters S. J. Tucker & Leslie Hudson, plus unstoppable cellist Betsy Tinney, as they perform together in The Sacred Wells gorgeous new Portland location! The Sacred Well is changing Sellwoods name to Spellwood- come help us make some magic in this first of two shows!
PLEASE NOTE: space is limited to 30, and bringing your own chair along just in case is advised. Seating will open at 6:45pm on the evening of the concert.
The Sacred Well Portland, located at 7927 SE 13th Ave at Lexington, proudly serves the spiritual supply needs of Pagans, polytheists, witches, Wiccans, gem & mineral enthusiasts, and metaphysical/new age communities of the greater Portland, Beaverton, Milwaukie, Clackamas, and Gresham areas. Your magic is our mission!
S. J. Tucker came flying out of her home community in Memphis, Tennessee in 2004, guitar in hand, and her feet have hardly hit the ground since. Betsy Tinney is a beloved PNW performer, known for her immersive and magical work on the cello. Folk, Pagan, Blues, Rock, Celtic, Gospel, Geek, Jazz, Punk, Opera, Goth-industrial: all of these types of music share space in S. J. & Betsy’s combined work, and their varied elements are bound together by masterful lyrical storytelling! No two of their concerts are the same, but S. J. and Betsy’s skill, presence and desire for connection with their audience consistently shine from every stage they cross. It’s clear to each audience that these two vibrant women are the best of friends, and they are proud to contribute to the soundtrack of life in the most whimsical of ways. Listen for free and join the fan family at http://sjtucker.com and check out Betsy’s work at http://www.betsytinney.com.
Leslie Hudson is a powerhouse performer and prolific songwriter bringing rock, jazz, metal, blues, folk, filk and funk to her body of her work, which illustrates the mosaic of the feminine spirit across culture, history and myth, digging into the dirt, traversing the shadows, and bringing the truth to light. Hudsons influences, woven into her voice as well as her fingers on the keys, glide from Tori Amos to Loreena McKennitt, Metallica to Simon & Garfunkel. Armed with a synesthetic palette, she invites her listeners to see through the eyes of heroines, villains, lovers and liars alike, as she breathes new life into stories less often told. Find out more at http://www.lesliehudson.com