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Nashville Electric perform live to the long-lost Orson Welles silent B&W film "Four Men On a Raft" which will be screened while the band improvises.
Free in store to celebrate the release of Nashville Electric's debut album released by Edgetone Records.
Sounds Like: Nels Cline, Tim Hecker, Albert Ayler, Terry Riley, Giuseppi Logan
Bio: Ed Pettersen has been a recording artist, songwriter and producer since 1994. Mad King Edmund is his Avant Garde/Free Jazz/Electronic Music side project. The band is a cross-cultural/cross-continental collaboration between musicians Ed has admired and/or worked with for many years. Reed player Fr...See Full Bio
: In honor of my Sami roots I recorded a tribute with poetry put to improvised music. Hope you dig it: https://t.co/8ttbCkMczT
“Three weeks ago, a fund-raising project on the Web site Kickstarter to release the new album, “The Giuseppi Logan Project,” appeared stalled at $855 in pledges, far short of a target of $6,000. Contributions have since passed $11,700. Ed Pettersen, who organized the project, said he could now print 1,000 CDs, most of which will go to Mr. Logan to sell in the park. “That’s better than just giving him money,” said Mr. Pettersen, mindful that Mr. Logan, 76, has a history of drug dependency. “I don’t want to kill the guy by helping him.””