A Tour Diary: 14 Ladies, 9 cities, 1 choir and 1 Body

Greetings from the road. I'm writing this post in the car on our way to Jacksonville, Florida. The sun is shining, it's hot, and tour rules.

So far, the Assembly of Light Women's Choir and The Body have dominated audiences in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, and Charlotte.  



Let's rewind a bit so I can show you some pictures. 


Landscape gardener/Soprano Anna Mulligan relaxes at White Electric before our departure. 


Tour Version of What's Inside the Bag: contents of Maralie Armstrong's bag.

Choir huddle before leaving Providence.

Lee Buford of The Body got his hands tattooed before leaving. 

Tatyana on the road.

The choir warms up before our first show in Philadelphia.

Maralie of Humanbeast checks her email at an interesting venue.

Caitlin Johnston, Jen Long and Natalja Kent before our first show. (Natalja jokes with a younger show-goer.)

Tour poster by our friend Ryan Lesser!

The Body and the Assembly of Light Women's choir first show on tour.


Waiting before our show at the Carnegie Library Theatre in Braddock, PA.

Reba of Whore Paint slays at merch-slinging.

The beginning of a show at the Talking Head in Baltimore.

Writer/Soprano Vikki Warner before the Baltimore show.

The show at Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC.

A friendly goodbye from the great people at Snug Harbor in Charlotte.


We only have a few more days on the road. Come see us and buy our tape!

Tuesday June 21 Jacksonville, FL @ Warehouse 8B w/civilization

 Wed. June 22 Atlanta, GA @ Drunken Unicorn

 Thursday June 23 Greensboro, North Carolina @ Legitimate Business w/braveyoung

 Friday June 24 Washington DC @ St. Stephen's Church w/braveyoung

 Saturday June 25 New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge

 Sunday June 26th Providence, RI @ AS220


jaime lowe

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