BAVC presents The One Rose | BAVC

BAVC presents The One Rose

October 3, 2018 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm

Cost

Price: 
$20.00
Member Fee: 
$20.00 members
Location 

533 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Type 
Performance
Screening
Special Event
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*Tickets Available at the Door!*

A benefit honoring Rose Maddox, featuring Emily Jane White

Join us for an intimate night of film and song, celebrating the pioneering country singer-songwriter Rose Maddox. Gather round with BAVC friends and family for a screening of the BAVC-produced documentary 'The Life & Times of Rose Maddox' (1984) followed by a moving live set by singer-songwriter Emily Jane White. Enjoy an array of sippages from a cash bar (sorry, no moonshine) as we raise a glass to BAVC’s future and to the continued preservation of legacy media.

All door proceeds will benefit BAVC.

Where: The Shelton Theatre (533 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94102)

When: Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018. 7 - 9 p.m. (Doors at 7, screening at 8, performance to follow)

Admission: $20

Space is limited so be sure to purchase your tickets early.

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About Rose Maddox

Roselea Arbana "Rose" Maddox was an American country singer-songwriter and fiddle player, who was the lead singer with the Maddox Brothers and Rose before starting a successful solo career. Her music combined elements of hillbilly music, rockabilly and gospel. Maddox’s success on the West Coast, and flamboyant performance style, inspired musicians such as Buck Owens and Merle Haggard and helped define hallmarks the style of country music that became known as “The Bakersfield Sound.”

 

 

Emily Jane White Headshot
About Emily Jane White

Emily Jane White’s songwriting is at once generous and tough-minded, reflective and unsentimental, much like the foggy, wooded Mendocino coastlands of her upbringing. Her work possesses the confidence of a singular voice, inspired by the raveled threads of the uncanny in American culture, including depression-era blues and post-Victorian gothic literature.

 

 

 

BAVC inspires social change by empowering media makers to develop and share diverse stories through art, education and technology. Based in San Francisco, California we have offered multimedia training opportunities and resources for youth and adults for over 40 years.