Marlin Ledin, Ingeborg von Agassiz, JT Pinther

Marlin Ledin

Ingeborg von Agassiz

JT Pinther

Wed · August 22, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8

Tickets at the Door

Marlin Ledin
Marlin Ledin
Music is dear to me, and I try to write about what I know. Simple music for simple people is my only goal. In the streets and trails, I see the form of my music, in peoples words the lyrics, in the wilderness the timbres, and through our daily shuffle, the rhythm. My heart is on a thread, and I must follow. – Marlin

My music has been featured on WPR and MPR, including Simply Folk, Wisconsin Life, and The Local Show on The Current. My 2012 release “Lake Sounds” has been sampled by various musicians. I studied at the now defunct Mcnally Smith College of Music in 2003 (drop out). I work at The Weight Room Recording Studio in Washburn, WI.

” …the Ledin collection establishes him as a folk artist with a real ear for production and arrangement, and an identity that feels lived-in.” – Duluth News Tribune

“As if walking on a moss-covered foot path, Ledin gently thumps a foot drum to accompany his finely crafted lyrics, embroidered guitar playing and silken voice.” – The County Journal

“… his self-titled release has a much more polished feel though at the heart it remains a kind of thrumming, meditative poetry that only comes from long periods of time in the woods and on the lake.” – SEVEN Magazine"

That was 2015. And now you hear an early thirties musician threading the needle of a world gone insane, diving words-first into a sea of creativity, love, fear, and acceptance.
Ingeborg von Agassiz
Ingeborg von Agassiz
Ingeborg von Agassiz is an electronic-folk artist from Duluth, MN. She performs with keyboards, beats, and vocal loops. Her recent self-produced album was described by the Duluth News Tribune as being “one of the best locally-made albums in the history of locally-made albums” and that it’s “so good, it’s almost embarrassing to say how good it is.”
JT Pinther
JT Pinther
When JT Pinther was nine years old, he found a giant wolf spider on the bottom of a strange yellow sprinkler attachment. This spider was very close to his face. He screamed, throwing the sprinkler attachment across the lawn, and he ran to the house. His father said, “What happened??” and JT said, “A spider was in my face!” and his dad was like, “Neat!” and ran outside to see if he could catch him.

The Pinthers named the spider he Harry and lived with the family for three years. Then, Harry self-inseminated (which is a thing spiders can do, apparently) and had this egg sac situation. Because they already had enough mouths to feed, JT’s dad took the egg sac away with a pair of tweezers. Harry died of grief two weeks later. JT is now a poet and cannot let anything go.
Venue Information:
The Warming House
4001 Bryant Ave South
Minneapolis, MN, 55409
http://thewarminghouse.net/