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  1. Journeys in Sound Presents debuts a new occasional Friday night series featuring unique songwriters and performers. SInger/songwriter/violinist and actress Eszter Balint, making a rare area appearance, will open the series performing with her long time guitarist Chris Cochrane. Eszter is probably most known to many for her role as Eva in Jim Jarmusch’s classic debut full length film “Stranger Than Paradise”. In addition to a film career which has also landed her roles in Woody Allen’s “Shadows and Fog” and Steve Bushemi’s “Trees Lounge”, Eszter has also carried on a steady career in music releasing two critically lauded albums, “Flicker” and “Mud”, both produced by JD Foster as well as participating in the music projects of artists like John Lurie, Marc Ribot, Michael Gira, and Dayna Kurtz. Says Jon Pareles of the New York Times … “Her songs are full of characters on the run … Ms. Balint has her own film-noir sensibility as a songwriter. She puts arty twists into back-alley Americana. … But the cleverness is not the point. (She) slips inside her characters to project their restlessness and longing …”
    Eszter is working on her third album and will preview some songs from it.

    The artfully creative songwriter/vocalist/actress Ruby Rose Fox, whose genre bending lounge-pop has created a lot of attention of late, will do an opening solo set. In 2012, Ruby’s original song “Dewey Square: No room for Wishing” was featured in the one-man documentary play of the same name. Ruby’s career is definitely on the rise.

    $15 suggested donation, $12 for students & seniors

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