Saturday, December 20, 2014

Weathervane Studio Concert: Port St. Willow at Miner Street

Nick Principe of Port St. Willow and Peter Silberman of The Antlers will play Friday night at Miner Street Studios in Fishtown in a benefit for Weathervane Music, the non-profit "new music incubator" founded by producer Brian McTear. Port St. Willow is a Portland, Oregon-based recent Weathervane "Shaking Through" artist. You can read all about Weathervane and McTear in a story I did for the Sunday Inquirer back in January here. Info about the 7 p.m. show in the cozy, intimate confines of Miner Street, which will include food and beverages provided by Johnny Brenda's, is right here. Below, the making-of clip for Port St. Willow's "Stay Even," featuring childhood buddies Silberman and Principe being interviewed along the banks of the Wissahickon.

Weathervane Studio Concert: Port St. Willow at Miner Street

Nick Principe of Port St. Willow and Peter Silberman of The Antlers will play Friday night at Miner Street Studios in Fishtown in a benefit for Weathervane Music, the non-profit "new music incubator" founded by producer Brian McTear. Port St. Willow is a Portland, Oregon-based recent Weathervane "Shaking Through" artist. You can read all about Weathervane and McTear in a story I did for the Sunday Inquirer back in January here. Info about the 7 p.m. show in the cozy, intimate confines of Miner Street, which will include food and beverages provided by Johnny Brenda's, is right here. Below, the making-of clip for Port St. Willow's "Stay Even," featuring childhood buddies Silberman and Principe being interviewed along the banks of the Wissahickon.

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