May 14, 2011
The Red Room at Cafe 939, Boston’s premiere all-ages venue, is pleased to invite Jason Webley and HUMANWINE. They will hit the stage at 8 p.m. for a spectacular night of talent and music.
Jason Webley has released six albums and numerous collaborations on his own record label. He organizes and headlines the annual Monsters of Accordion tour and has shared the stage with the likes of The Avett Brothers, Devotchka, and Regina Spektor. Recently, Webley finished a world tour with Amanda Palmer of the Dresden Dolls as one-half of the duo Evelyn Evelyn. At the end of 2011, Webley will be taking a break from touring, making this special show with HUMANWINE his last Boston appearance for some time.
The award winning music of HUMANWINE is fluid and changing with each line up. Often one or more players on stage will be playing together for the first time. Some songs are set in a modern or near future setting from an eco-anarchist stance against a plastic, non-renewable lifestyle. Other songs blatantly call attention to “Vinland,” a land filled with a mindless cog populace, the terrible Not-Me, YerYerOwns, Abrogated Munificents, Enjoyeurs, Hordes and a whole assortment of various shaped and sized creatures including ogres, beetles and missing seafarers who wouldn’t carry their weight and didn’t realize until it was too late... or did they? Come to the show to find out.