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Sunday, September 26, 2010
PAST: MUSIC: Annie Stela Performs a Benefit for Citizen Effect at Busboys and Poets 5th & K, THURS, Oct 28th, $5
Annie Stela performs at Busboys and Poets Thursday, October 28th 9:00pm $5 cover
Benefit for Citizen Effect, all proceeds benefit projects to support education in Rwanda. Come out for a night of music when Annie Stela comes to DC for an exclusive one-night performance. You’ll have the opportunity to hear some of Annie’s work and get a chance to win a signed copy of her CDs AND win free Citizen Effect T-shirts!
Annie recorded her debut full-length record, Fool, with producer Bill Bottrell (Sheryl Crow, Shelby Lynne) and released it independently on iTunes in early 2008. Influenced by artists like Billy Joel, Ben Folds Five, and Tori Amos, Fool chronicles Annie's journey from Michigan to LA and, as such, from childhood to adulthood. After touring with artists like Joseph Arthur, Ron Sexsmith, and Bright Eyes, she later releasedLittle House and Hard City.
Busboys and Poets 1025 5th St, NW Metro: Located between Mount Vernon Sq-Convention Center & Gallery Place-Chinatown, closest access is by the Circulator bus (Union Station - Georgetown line) to 5th & Mass.