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Music, Virtual & Streaming
Tunes at NOON feat Sadie Gustafson-Zook
Tunes @ NOON will air on Wednesday's & Friday's from 12p - 1p through May 15th.
More on Passim Stream Shows: http://passim.org/stream
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Stream begins: 12pm EDT
Watch Sadie Gustafson-Zook perform from home during this time of social distancing!
HCS has commissioned this series enabling us to support artists. In addition, donations will be split between the artist and Passim to offset lost income due to the corona virus.
As a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter spanning the folk genre and pointing towards jazz, Sadie Gustafson-Zook is a bit of a shape shifter. An award winning vocalist and songwriter, Sadie’s witty and charming songs provide a well-needed breath of optimism and realism to audiences across the United States.
Since moving to Boston from Indiana in 2017, Sadie has mingled with leading musicians of the New England acoustic music scene. In June of 2018 she released a duo of music videos of her original songs “Alewife” and “Please Stop” featuring a backing band of some of the best in the bluegrass world: Julian Pinelli (fiddle player of Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native), Ethan Setiawan (national mandolin champion), and Dan Klingsberg (bassist of Ruthless Moon).
She has spent time collaborating with many great musicians, including 2018 and 2015 tours with folk trio, Theory Expats (Gustafson-Zook, Setiawan and Andrew Pauls-Thomas), performing on Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor in 2015, touring with acoustic string trio, the Leafless (Jacob Warren, Grant Flick, Setiawan) in 2015.
Sadie’s first original album, “I’m Not Here” was released in September 2017 and explores the meaning of being present through a sea of swing guitar chords, the gentle hum of pizzicato fiddle, and heartfelt vocals.
In 2020 she will be releasing her sophomore album, “Sin of Certainty”.
Holding a Masters in Jazz and Contemporary Music from Longy School of Music of Bard College and working at historic folk venue, Club Passim, in Harvard Square, Sadie spends her days scatting, thinking about being in nature, listening to music, and trying out new pens.