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Ezza Rose

EMILEE BOOHER
7 pm., Sunday January 20 | Free. Ezza Rose plays Al's Den nightly through Saturday, Jan. 26.
 
[SUBTLE FOLK] While stringed instruments and contemporary folk singers get a bad rap for their ubiquitous unification, there are some circumstances in which the pairing just makes sense. I feel this way about artists like Horse Feathers and, more recently, Ezza Rose. With a delicate, finely tuned tone, Rose’s classically beautiful voice complements the sound of bowed cello notes and plucked violin strings. Occasionally she’ll throw in an old-time-y coo or a playful falsetto that calls on her California small-town upbringing of traditional folk and bluegrass influences. But the Portland-based singer-songwriter also brings her own intriguing qualities of obscure lyrics and simple arrangements that build upon themselves to keep her growing music interesting.  



Where: Al's Den at the Crystal Hotel
Phone: 972-2670
Address: 303 SW 12th Ave.

 
 
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