Sunday, December 12th 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Come out to the first benefit show for Arcata’s newest online radio station, Humboldt Hot Air! Local storyteller and songwriter Jeff DeMark and his band Inscrutable Rabbit will perform original stories and songs. The show will take place on Sunday, December 12 for a matinee performance at 2:00 p.m. in the Arcata Playhouse. All audience members must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask. Seating is limited– get your tickets now!
Playing with DeMark are music veterans Ron Sharp on bass, John Dillon on guitar and banjo and drummer Paul DeMark.
Jeff DeMark has been performing in Humboldt County for over 30 years. He has written five theatrical storytelling shows, including “Went to Lunch, Never Returned”, “Hard as a Diamond, Soft as the Dirt” and “Writing My Way Out of Adolescence.” Three of the shows debuted at Dell’Arte’s Mad River Festival to sold out houses and acclaim. DeMark toured widely with the shows from San Francisco to Minneapolis to New York City. The past few years DeMark has concentrated on songwriting and shorter stories, plus live music with narratives. The December 12 benefit will feature a variety of songs written in the past year.
A bit about Humboldt Hot Air: We are a community based radio station and audio recording studio with a global reach. Our aim is to amplify the diverse voices we have in our community of Humboldt County California and the surrounding regions. We are a program of Playhouse Arts, Arcata’s local arts agency, and our studio is located right inside the Arcata Playhouse. The station has been operating for three months and has gathered many of KHSU’s former programmers along with numerous other DJs, presenting an eclectic selection of music. for more info, to see the program schedule, or to tune in, head to humboldthotair.org.
Major sponsorship for this benefit show comes from Pierson Building and the Faben Artist Fund.
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