SPEAKING IN TONGUES GETS A NEW VISION
Featuring local Georgia musicians, Reptar, Hello Ocho, and Natasha Williams
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Atlanta, Georgia, 2/20/2014 — Presented by The Goat Farm Arts Center and ATL Collective is a one night only live music event that features an intimate retelling of the classic Talking Heads album Speaking in Tongues. The performances will take place in the Goat Farm’s Rodriguez Room on Saturday, March 1st, 2014 at 9:00pm. The album will be interpreted by local Georgia musicians, Reptar, Hello Ocho, and Natasha Williams with a special set by Reptar at the end of the night. Tickets will be $10 in advance and $13 at the door. Doors will open at 8:00pm. Album-themed menu items will be made available by Atlanta’s own Good Food Truck.
The ATL Collective creates musical events that seek to replicate the intimate experience of listening to an album for the first time, going track by track, reading through the liner notes and turning over the record, truly enjoying the music for what it is, without distractions. Each month, the ATL Collective picks a classic album and collectively covers the track list in sequence, completing the event with themed refreshments for
WHAT: SPEAKING IN TONGUES, re-envisioned by Reptar,Hello Ocho and Natasha Williams
WHERE: Rodriguez Room at The Goat Farm Arts Center, 1200 Foster Street, Atlanta, GA 30318
WHEN: Saturday March 1, 2014, 8pm
PRICE: $10 in advance/$12 at the door
AGE RESTRICTIONS: 18+
ATL Collective Website: www.atl-collective.com
Reptar Website: http://reptarmusic.com/
Hello Ocho Website: http://helloocho.bandcamp.com/
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/462679527166897/
The Goat Farm Arts Center | Art, Design & Technology Dwellings
Pushing culture forward through Built Environments that augment interaction and excite new thinking. Also, a major Visual & Performing Arts Center primarily exploring experimental and innovative works the Goat Farm is a laboratory where creative risk is nurtured & celebrated. The Goat Farm executes this mission through an unconventional for-profit arts model and does not operate on public funding, donations or grants. The Arts Center selects, presents and produces classical & contemporary music concerts, traditional and experimental theater, film screenings, literary programs, contemporary dance performances, art exhibitions, workshops & seminars & panel discussions.