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UPCOMING SHOWS

Social Distance Sessions: John Brownell

Saturday, December 19, 2020
7:30 pm9:30 pm
Live-streaming on Zootown Arts Facebook & YouTube and MCAT Local Live
Social Distance Sessions: John Brownell

Saturday, December 19 // 7:30 PM // Free, with suggested donation through Givebutter (Venmo, Credit/Debit, or Paypal) at specific show link https://givebutter.com/ZxqBZF

SPONSORED BY ROEMER'S POINT S TIRE & AUTO SERVICE

VIEWING LINKS
ZACC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thezacc/
Zootown Arts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOnxho9v75OZvCJKk0mX_pQ
MCAT Local Live: https://www.mcat.org/watch-now/local-live/

John Brownell is a long-time member of the local music scene. Starting in the early nineties, he was the primary songwriter in Oblio Joes, a band that lasted nearly 15 years. As a home recording enthusiast, John recorded numerous other local bands under the DIY label Pink House Records. After joining Secret Powers in 2010, the band recorded two albums, one of which won "Best Album" in the Missoula Independent's 2012 Best of Missoula issue. His current band, Protest Kids, released their first full-length, We Have The Technology, in 2018. More recently, John has been recording and performing as a solo artist. In 2019, he wrote and recorded a song every week for the entire year. Earlier this year, he culled from those 52 songs his first solo album, Repeat and Fade. You can hear these songs and more at https://www.repeatandfade.net/.

John Brownell is the fifteenth performance in our series — 'Social Distance Sessions' — a live-stream production partnership between the ZACC and Missoula's Community Media Resource (MCAT). Shows will be streamed to the ZACC's Facebook and YouTube, and from MCAT's Local Live website. Home audience members are asked to donate to the show's Givebutter 'virtual tip jar' if able (use Venmo, Paypal, or a credit/debit card).

Social Distance Sessions: John Brownell

Saturday, December 19, 2020
7:30 pm9:30 pm
Live-streaming on Zootown Arts Facebook & YouTube and MCAT Local Live
Social Distance Sessions: John Brownell

Saturday, December 19 // 7:30 PM // Free, with suggested donation through Givebutter (Venmo, Credit/Debit, or Paypal) at specific show link https://givebutter.com/ZxqBZF

SPONSORED BY ROEMER'S POINT S TIRE & AUTO SERVICE

VIEWING LINKS
ZACC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thezacc/
Zootown Arts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOnxho9v75OZvCJKk0mX_pQ
MCAT Local Live: https://www.mcat.org/watch-now/local-live/

John Brownell is a long-time member of the local music scene. Starting in the early nineties, he was the primary songwriter in Oblio Joes, a band that lasted nearly 15 years. As a home recording enthusiast, John recorded numerous other local bands under the DIY label Pink House Records. After joining Secret Powers in 2010, the band recorded two albums, one of which won "Best Album" in the Missoula Independent's 2012 Best of Missoula issue. His current band, Protest Kids, released their first full-length, We Have The Technology, in 2018. More recently, John has been recording and performing as a solo artist. In 2019, he wrote and recorded a song every week for the entire year. Earlier this year, he culled from those 52 songs his first solo album, Repeat and Fade. You can hear these songs and more at https://www.repeatandfade.net/.

John Brownell is the fifteenth performance in our series — 'Social Distance Sessions' — a live-stream production partnership between the ZACC and Missoula's Community Media Resource (MCAT). Shows will be streamed to the ZACC's Facebook and YouTube, and from MCAT's Local Live website. Home audience members are asked to donate to the show's Givebutter 'virtual tip jar' if able (use Venmo, Paypal, or a credit/debit card).

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