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Closed June 12, 2020
Palmer has a tendency to vent in music, concocting long songs where honest lyrics combine with extravagant melodies and melodramatic dynamics in a style blending cabaret, goth rock and flamboyant pop.
The Telegraph (UK)
Alternative power couple Amanda Palmer and Neil Gaiman return to Palmer's hometown for a special evening with the Boston Pops. Together, the ensemble will perform an artfully created program of songs, poetry, stories, and surprise guests, as well as new arrangements of their work by friend and collaborator Jherek Bischoff. Bring tissues, it's bound to be an emotional rollercoaster ride through topical issues and affairs of the heart.
Palmer has risen to the forefront of DIY, independent music thanks to a fearless pioneering spirit and a platform as one half of cabaret punk duo The Dresden Dolls. Unafraid to say exactly what she means, she imbues her solo music with searing political commentaries and heart-wrenching emotional depths. Gaiman is the celebrated author of fantasy-epics-turned-TV-and-film-hits Good Omens, Coraline and American Gods amongst other titles. He's well known for creating richly imagined worlds balanced with a black sense of humor.
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