HRMS Presents "SCOTT CLAY :: LIVE AT HEALTHY RHYTHM"
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Healthy Rhythm Music Series presents "SCOTT CLAY :: LIVE AT HEALTHY RHYTHM" • Thursday evening, August 25th, at Healthy Rhythm Art Gallery, located at 232 E. Main Street in historic downtown Montrose, Colorado!
Advance seating $15. $20 Day of Show. Seats will be assigned, as purchased, from Row 1 back. Advance purchase is recommended. This is a ticketless event.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Street parking is available.
*NOTICE* We request that anyone who is unvaccinated for COVID wear CDC approved face coverings at all times while inside the gallery. If you are showing any COVID symptoms, or sick in any way, please stay home and get better. We are limiting capacity for this show to a maximum of 35-50 concertgoers.
Propulsive rock’n’roll mingles with expansive Americana on Seattle songwriter Scott Clay’s forthcoming LP Time Will Tell. Buoyed by a voice both plaintive and roughhewn, Time Will Tell invites listeners to slow down and reflect on our true nature and our collective humanity.
Clay came to music in his teens, got serious about it in college, and relocated to Seattle in 2005. Working with producer David Loy, Clay released his debut LP Colorful Thing in 2007. Following the record’s release Clay headed to South America, spending a few years travelling, volunteering, and writing what would become the 2017 release Price of a Life. Later that year, Scott met long-time producer and engineer Conrad Uno (The Posies, TacoCat), and together they recorded – all via live takes - the Fool’s Journey LP.
In 2018, Clay was introduced to Johnny Sangster (Mudhoney, Mark Lanegan) and Rachel Field (Whitney Monge) of Crackle and Pop Studios where they recorded and released his ‘Garden Songs’ EP in 2018 and ‘Summer Lullabies’ EP in 2019." When it came time to track Time Will Tell, Clay and a cadre of top-flight musicians, including engineer Mike Davis (Modest Mouse, Head and the Heart), bassist David Dawda (Fruit Bats), drummer Sean Lane (Pedro the Lion) and pianist Daniel Walker (Heart), together they set up camp at the venerable Hall of Justice studio in Seattle.
Clay wrote much of Time Will Tell in the curious space between sleep and waking, scratching out ideas in the wee hours of the morning. Fittingly, the record treads in the territory of the profound and metaphysical. Searching for peace with emptiness and loss, finding a deeper connection to nature, and meditating upon one’s purpose in life are all explored in Clay’s painterly prose. Both uplifting and therapeutic, Clay hopes the record will inspire listeners to take a moment from their busy lives and ask deeper questions of themselves. While he doesn’t promise the answers, Clay has graced us with a soundtrack to our own inner explorations. www.scottclaymusic.com
HEALTHY RHYTHM MUSIC SERVICES
Healthy Rhythm Music Services (HRMS) is an arm of Healthy Rhythm Creative Group. The mission of HRMS is to Identify, Manage, Enhance, and Promote Indie Artists and Bands who have a deep commitment to a career in music as their primary focus.
HEALTHY RHYTHM ART GALLERY
Healthy Rhythm Art Gallery (HRAG) is a key component of Healthy Rhythm Creative Group. The primary focus of HRAG is Art and Music. The Gallery affords diverse individuals a user-friendly space to create, exhibit, and sell a variety of artwork. The Gallery, located at 232 E. Main Street in Montrose, Colorado, also houses an intimate Live Performance Venue. www.healthyrhythm.net
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There are no refunds or exchanges for this concert. All sales are final. The only exception to this policy is if an event is cancelled. In the event of cancellation, purchases will be honored when the concert is rescheduled. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled event, your purchase will be refunded at the point of service minus any fees that may apply.
Courtesy photos 1, 3, 5 ©
Photo 2 courtesy of Matthew J Bunker ©
Photo 4 courtesy of Matthew J Bunker ©