BLACK CROW PROJECT: Parlour Steps,
Sun. May 27th 2007 8:30pm - 11pm doors at 6pm @ Rime (All Ages) 8:30pm - 11pm doors at 6pm
The Black Crow Project is about caring for our community. Like the crows that fly across East Van skies on their daily commute, the project is about musicians and people of the community coming together to help give the homeless a home. After the inspirational experience last November for the compilation CD release at the Cultch, founders Katie Ormiston and Jessie Turner have decided to let the project fly again. This time, four evenings throughout May at East Van's own Rime will be dedicated to making music, celebrating community, and supporting the Portland Hotel Society, one of Vancouver's longest running and most well-respected housing organizations.
The October 2009 release of The Hidden Names by Nine Mile Records act Parlour Steps should finally put a spotlight on one of Canada’s most intriguing bands. “If there is an overall theme to be distilled it would be of the never-ending search for meaning and connection in today’s world,” Caleb Stull, the band’s founder, chief songwriter, ... more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video] // [Upload Poster]