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We The Living

- US Nashville, TN Rock / Acoustic / Pop


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  • 2012

    Apr 7

    New York, NY, US | 6:30pm

    New York, NY, US
    Sat Apr 07, 2012 6:30pm


    Saturday, Apr 07, 2012 7:00 PM EDT (6:30 PM Doors) The Studio at Webster Hall, New York, NY 19 years and over

  • 2012

    Mar 14

    Brooklyn, NY, US | 8:00pm
    The Morgan Room
    Brooklyn, NY, US
    Wed Mar 14, 2012 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Feb 5

    Seattle, WA, US | 12:00am

    Seattle, WA, US
    Sun Feb 05, 2012 12:00am


    JEREMY BURK, The Living and Alicia Amiri Sunday 2/5The Crocodile Presents: JEREMY BURK, The Living and Alicia Amiri 8pm 21 & overIn the Crocodile Back BarJEREMY BURKLive Performance on KEXPJeremy Burk's debut album, I Hope You Find What You're Looking For, is the offering of a man who seems like he's searching for something himself. Burk’s voice is distinct in its imperfections — it cracks and breaks the way an old dusty record pops and hisses on the turntable.THE LIVINGALICIA AMIRI $5 at the Door8 pm doors

  • 2011

    Oct 20

    Vancouver, BC, CA | 9:00pm

    Vancouver, BC, CA
    Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:00pm



  • 2011

    Apr 4

    Berkeley, CA, US | 12:00pm

    Berkeley, CA, US
    Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:00pm


    Touching the Body: The Living and the Dead in Bioarchaeology and Performance Art Touching the Body: The Living and the Dead in Bioarchaeology and Performance Art Lecture | April 4 | 12-2 p.m. | Kroeber Hall, Gifford Room 221 Speaker: Dr. Joanna Sofaer, Archaeology, School of Humanities, University of Southampton Sponsors: Archaeological Research Facility, Townsend Center for the Humanities, Anthropology, Department of Bioarchaeology and arts practice are two disciplines that work with the human skeleton. In both cases, this interest arises from curiosity regarding the materiality of the body. In the process of coming to understand that materiality, both disciplines create relationships between living and dead bodies through touch.This paper examines the interaction between different kinds of bodies - the living and the dead, the fleshed and the skeletal in bioarchaeology and performance art. The ways that practitioners engage and enroll the physicality of skeletal bodies present different kinds of possibilities and potentials for intercorporeal relationships than those arising between living bodies. Although bioarchaeology is frequently understood as a branch of science, the intercorporeality created by touching the body in bioarchaeological practice does not sit easily within conventional descriptions of scientific method. Performance art (in particular that of Marina Abramovi) offers a provocative challenge to conventional ways of thinking about the nature of bioarchaeological practice. Event Contact: 510-642-2212

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  • BrotherSugg (Artist) BrotherSugg
    Moody and Groovy!
  • shelll (Fan) shelll
    Too bad I can't purchase these songs. I would love to have it for my ipod. I <3 JP
  • Steve J. (Fan) Steve J.
    Loved it since the Rathskellar!
  • obspugs (Fan) obspugs
    love your music, it's so mellow!
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