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Paul Bloom, Connor Schultze, & Family Lilypad Show/Final Album Rehearsal!

Event Date: 
Friday, July 12, 2013 - 7:00pm

Laila Smith - Vocals & Syllables
Paul Bloom - Piano & Keyboards
Connor Schultze - Bass & Bow
Jeremy Dutton - Drums & Percussion

This group will be recording their debut album the day after the concert, so all questions, compliments, or complaints from the show will be taken into account on the album. Come out and contribute your input to the recording process!

Expect a mix of originals and covers. Musical influences include, but are not limited to Miles Davis, Dr. Seuss, James Blake, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Eric Harland, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Becca Stevens, Debussy, Spike Jonze, Julian Lage, The Punch Brothers, Little Dragon, The Bad Plus, and Kurt Vonnegut.

Connor Schultze appears courtesy of Jordans. 

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