Welcome back to the Six Foot Love series at The Wild Detectives. A series of live performances with social distance and special safety precautions to comply with CDC guidelines while
Welcome back to the Six Foot Love series at The Wild Detectives. A series of live performances with social distance and special safety precautions to comply with CDC guidelines while enjoying live music, performances and discussions.
See special considerations below concerning this event:
-Tickets are $25 and are valid for TWO PEOPLE. Find them here
-All tickets are numbered and associated with a specific location
-All tables and benches are set 6′ apart from each other
-Access to this show will be made through the side of our house, not through the main door.
-Full service too all seats, no need to access the bar or the indoor area
-Find tickets here
-Doors at 7p
-Show at 7.30pm
Amy Annelle is a modern day songwriter, performer and recording artist whose work—as a soloist, and with small folk, jazz and experimental ensembles—balances curiosity and exploration with a reverence for America’s restless, divergent musical past.
As an itinerant, she lived rough, working odd jobs and immersing herself in the people, places, music and history around her. Annelle’s songs, photographs and essays bear witness to these lucid, heartworn journeys—ranging freely from the wilderness of Oklahoma’s High Plains to America’s crumbling concrete interiors, from subway busking to the stage of New York’s Town Hall and even Hollywood’s big screen—and serve as an ephemeral map of our collective emotional core.
At The Wild Detectives, she will be joined for her first set by John Alan Kennedy, a Houston musician fluent in a vast swath of innovative and progressive music.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Wild Detectives
314 W 8th St, Oak Cliff, Dallas