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Monday, September 19, 2011

Return of Sen/Son!

Pleased to say that Arnd Jurgensen and myself will be reviving our guitar duo Sen/Son this Wednesday evening as part of Arnd's residency at Somewhere There! It's been ages since we've performed together and I'm really looking forward to it! Here are the details:

First Set: Sen/Son
William Davison: guitars etc.
Arnd Jurgensen: guitars etc.


Second Set: Made to Suit
Alan Bloor: violin
Jim Bailey: stuff
Mathew Poulakakis: guitar
Jack Vorvis: drums
Arnd Jurgensen: baritone guitar


Wed., Sept. 21, 2011, 8pm


Somewhere There

227 Sterling Road

Unit 112
(just south of Bloor on Ruttan St.)


$8 admission

Hope to see you there, somewhere!

- William A. Davison

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Songs of the New Erotics performance!

Songs of the New Erotics will be performing this Saturday night as part of the New Harbours series in Hamilton, Ontario. S.O.T.N.E. performances are exceedingly rare these days...I don't know, maybe you should go to this!

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New Harbours Supercrawl Edition w/W.A.Davison and This Quiet Army 

Saturday, Sept. 10, 8pm - 11pm
Christ's Church Cathedral
252 James St. North, Hamilton, ON

Crawl in a different direction with polymedia performance artist and founder of Recordism, W.A.Davison. This will be a Songs of the New Erotics performance - expect otherworldly sonics, surrealist theatre, and general weirdness. Also performing will be This Quiet Army (Eric Quach), conjuring cascading drone magic from six strings.


http://www.recordism.com/SOTNE/SotNE.html

http://www.thisquietarmy.com/

http://www.facebook.com/newharbours


Admission is Pay What You Can/Donation
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Hope to see you there!

- William A. Davison

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