Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Reminder: Pamela Means performs on Saturday, Dec. 3

Check out Pamela Means' Myspace page at

There are four free songs to listen to, where you can hear why Ani DiFranco said about her music, "You've got a deep, deep groove, I can't get out. And I wouldn't want to."

"If Black warrior poet/feminist political activist Audre Lorde had taken up folk singing, she might have attacked her guitar and wrapped her lyrics around it the way Pamela Means does."
-Valley Advocate, Northampton MA

Pamela's latest release, Single Bullet Theory, confronts the USA Patriot Act, racial profiling, and the Bush Administration, while advocating for the rights of marginalized identities. Through the song "O.D.", "Means fires off what is easily one of the best musical summations of our current political situation.." (Bay Area Reporter, San Francisco, CA). Pamela also recorded a haunting version of "Strange Fruit". The album also showcases Pamela's innovative, expressive guitar style, evidentiary of her conservatory studies of classical and jazz guitar. The fruits of such discipline shine in her fleet-fingered fretwork, fluid phrasing, 'dizzying acoustic guitar riffs' (Boston Globe) and 'powerful songs' (Time Out NY) all of which place her at the vanguard of the new acoustic frontier. Spanning from Spanish-influenced rolling crescendos through the detuned growling guitar funk of an aggressive interrogation, Means is "redefin[ing acoustic] music.." (Washington Blade).

Don't miss Pamela Means as she brings her "kamikaze guitar style" (NY Times) to Baltimore for a rare, intimate house concert!

Please RSVP here or via e-mail. Tell your friends because we need to get people to this show!

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