Oregon Zoo Summer Concerts
(neko case / k.d. lang / laura veirs) w/Andy Shauf
Saturday, July 2, 2016
Doors: 5:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pmOregon Zoo
$43.50-$73.50 (each ticket includes digital download of new album!)
This event is all ages
No outside food or beverage.
Only sealed water bottles permitted.
Rain or shine.
Valid for zoo admission day of show only.
With every ticket purchased online for case / lang / veirs, you will receive one digital copy of their self titled upcoming album, in stores 6/17/16. On the albums release date, you will receive instructions via email on how to redeem your album. For ticket purchases made after the album release date you will receive redemption instructions 7-10 days after your order is placed.https://www.zooconcerts.com/event/1126153/
The result is case/lang/veirs, a true collaboration between three phenomenal, self-driven artists: avant-rock icon Case, legendary musical nomad lang, and indie folk star Veirs. The women wrote all 14 songs and shared lead vocals equally, sometimes even within the same track. Full of stunning harmonies and spellbinding rhythms, case/lang/veirs travels through aches and eras, torch songs and tributes to the undersung.
They worked over two and a half years in Portland, Oregon, where lang and Veirs both live, sometimes in lang’s loft with a view of Mount St. Helens, others in Veirs’ dining room or backyard studio. The album was written from the ground up without any real plan beyond a desire to make music together and a faith that it would reveal itself. “I just wanted to do something different, something fun,” says lang, who started the initial writing with Veirs. “We grappled with how to proceed in the beginning, because we thought scheduling with Neko, who lives in Vermont and is always on the road, would make it hard to get enough good songs written. We thought, should we do a cover record? But we all felt the strongest thing to do would be to try to write, so we persevered. Laura is such a prolific writer, so she really drove the songwriting, and it came together.” They produced the album with Tucker Martine, at his Portland studio in November 2015.