Sister Gertrude Morgan, 'Let's Make A Record' with King Britt & Friends

FINAL SGM 2017

Preservation Hall’s Ben Jaffe and Philly DJ King Britt reimagined Let’s Make a Record, the lost recordings of Alabama-born street preacher, gospel singer, painter and soothsayer Sister Gertrude Morgan. The cycle of ten songs that is King Britt presents Sister Gertrude Morgan mixes gospel hymns with funk and soul melodies as well as Britt's deep percussive beats, all backing Sister Gertrude’s haunting vocals. 

Tonight, King Britt and the original band come together to showcase their reinterpretation of Sister G’s Let’s Make a Record, songs of inflated spirit and deep, abiding faith.

Britt will be joined by album co-producer and guitarist Tim Motzer who has collaborated with British singer-songwriter David Sylvian and in the ongoing Secret Rhythms project comprising electronica/dub luminary Burnt Friedman and ex-Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit.

Tickets

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  • 9PM–Thursday, May 04
  • $10 Advance Tickets

Preservation Hall’s Ben Jaffe and Philly DJ King Britt reimagined Let’s Make a Record, the lost recordings of Alabama-born street preacher, gospel singer, painter and soothsayer Sister Gertrude Morgan. The cycle of ten songs that is King Britt presents Sister Gertrude Morgan mixes gospel hymns with funk and soul melodies as well as Britt's deep percussive beats, all backing Sister Gertrude’s haunting vocals. 

Tonight, King Britt and the original band come together to showcase their reinterpretation of Sister G’s Let’s Make a Record, songs of inflated spirit and deep, abiding faith.

Britt will be joined by album co-producer and guitarist Tim Motzer who has collaborated with British singer-songwriter David Sylvian and in the ongoing Secret Rhythms project comprising electronica/dub luminary Burnt Friedman and ex-Can drummer Jaki Liebezeit.

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