Keepsake House Presents: Sounds of the Invisible

April 20th, 2023 7pm   Stage

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Keepsake House presents: Sounds of the Invisible

Hear the things you cannot see and gather round the proverbial Keepsake campfire for a night of ghost stories and spirit songs. Artists in Residence Napat Snidvongs and Valarie Walker share the stage with songwriter Elizabeth & the Catapult to explore all things paranormal, from magic to mediumship. This 4/20, come high and leave haunted.

Keepsake House is a home for independent artists to share the stage and make memories out of live performance. Find out more and get live stream tickets to this show here.

Elizabeth & the Catapult (she/her)

Years of performing in New York City clubs and touring internationally have honed a natural ability that brings Elizabeth Ziman’s colorful imagination, smart lyrics and catchy melodies to life––a testament to why this singer/songwriter, who performs as Elizabeth and the Catapult, is often found collaborating––most recently with Sara Bareilles on Apple TV’s “Little Voice” and with Paul Brill on award winning documentaries. Elizabeth and the Catapult’s fifth studio album, sincerely, e, was born out of a need during the pandemic shutdown to cope with the breakdown of communication. It was recorded in her living room during quarantine and is her first fully self-produced album.

Napat Snidvongs (he/him)

Napat Snidvongs is a Thai singer/songwriter who currently resides in New York City. Napat mixes Thai storytelling traditions of magical realism and Buddhist folktales with the independent music sound that he discovered while studying at an American high school in the late ‘90s. He released music through a Bangkok independent label, So::on DryFlower Records, and his compositions have been featured in many television commercials and Thai blockbuster films.

Valarie Walker (she/her)

Valarie Walker, a native of New York, is an activist, educator, artist, and a three-time winner of the Moth Story Slam. Her story about meeting hero Ruby Bridges aired on the Moth Radio Hour, and the first film she appeared in, “Watermelon Woman,” was inducted into the Library of Congress archives. She uses storytelling to heal, challenge, inspire, and connect.

Read her story onThe Moth.