Cuchulain House Show w/ Kat Steih
Catch Eugene-based songwriter Cuchulain on his international tour as he releases his new NPR-featured single "Sing In The Shower." Opening set by local legend Kat Steih.
Backyard and open air, weather permitting.
Address revealed upon purchase of ticket
Cuchulain is a low-voiced songwriter with a wry wit. The NPR Music-featured folk singer released an album of long distance pandemic collaborations called FEAT on Nov 5 that has been called "an as-yet-unpublished portion of the Great American Songbook." Cuchulain's deep baritone and clever lyrics have drawn comparisons to Randy Newman, Leonard Cohen, and Johnny Cash. From rooms as big as the Kennedy Center or as small as a friend's living room, Cuchulain's lyrics have brought laughs and tears to audiences across the US.
Kat Steih is an artist, musician, and educator with a philosophy of using improvisation to express the "emotion of the moment." Her creative output includes 15 solo albums as an electronic music producer as well as collaborations with the bands Walk Your Bike and March of the Ant. Kat is an accomplished vocalist, sound designer, and composer. Much of her solo output has been released under her stage name iO Megaji. She has performed throughout the United States, as well as in Korea, Poland, Spain, Ireland, Germany, and Denmark, with a focus on free, powerful expression the whole time.
House venue COVID protocol:
1. If you are actively sick, even if you've had a negative PCR test, please stay home!
2. If you've had a potential exposure to someone who had a positive PCR test, please stay home!
In our household, an "exposure" means that you were unmasked and indoors with someone who either had symptoms at the time OR developed symptoms within 48 hours after seeing you. If they developed symptoms >48 hours after seeing you, we don't consider that an exposure. If you were outdoors and masked when you saw them, we don't consider that an exposure.
A couple additional notes about what qualifies as an exposure:
- Indoors and masked can count as a non-exposure if you were distanced and if the time that you interacted with the PCR-positive person was minimal
- Outdoors interaction (regardless of masking) can under some circumstances count as an exposure (e.g. if you were under 6 ft from a PCR-positive person, talking/eating/singing for longer than an hour, etc.)
- Regardless, we use a 48-hr rule of thumb which is related to symptom onset, e.g. when the person first experienced symptoms. In our house we are not worried about symptom onsets >48 hours after your exposure to a PCR-positive person
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Stone School Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48108