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Rachael Sage & The Sequins: PseudoMyopia Album Release

Joe's Pub

April 18

Doors at 9PM
Show at 9:30PM

Rachael Sage is a singer/songwriter, poet and visual artist who BLURT MAGAZINE describes as “the Carole King of her generation”. Since founding her own label MPress Records at the dawn of her career, Sage has steadily released a slew of vibrant, dynamic albums with poetic, image-rich lyrics, earning a loyal international following for her sophisticated musicianship, soulful vocals and improvisational audience interaction.

Cinematic and beautiful, Sage’s new album PSEUDOMYOPIA is an acoustic re-imagining of last year's critically acclaimed release "Myopia". Focusing on the concept of vision in all its many manifestations, Sage balances the political and the personal with striking depth and perspective, exploring such topics as government surveillance, environmental protection, and female empowerment. The result is a declaration of self-assurance and vision, framed by musical ingenuity and emotional insight. Produced by Sage and Grammy® winner Andy Zulla, PSEUDOMYOPIA will be released by ILS/Caroline/Universal on March 22, 2019.

Sage returns to Joe's Pub to celebrate her latest release with her longtime touring band The Sequins, featuring violinist Kelly Halloran (Tom Morello, Michael Franti), cellist Ward Williams (Sarah Bareilles, Howie Day), and drummer Andy Mac (Deni Bonet), plus special surprise guests!

"One of music's most inimitable iconoclasts" – BlackBook

"Part Bob Dylan – part Taylor Swift – Rachael Sage has the guts, vision and talent to embody both within the confines of her music. She bares her soul on this album..." – Maverick (UK)

"...a colorful work that shares flourishes of Sigur Rós and Kate Bush, and identifies Sage as a divine musical visionary."– Glide Magazine

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Photo Credit: Bill Bernstein