An Evening With
An Evening With
$37.50 – Reserved Seating
*plus applicable service fees
Tickets are also available service charge free at The Fox Theater’s Box Office (located on the 19th street side of the theater) on show dates and on Fridays from noon – 7:00pm.
Sun Kil Moon
On May 27, 2016, Mark Kozelek Sings Favorites was released through Caldo Verde Records. The album features guest singers Mimi Parker, Minnie Driver, Mike Patton, Will Oldham, and Rachel Goswell. The album includes favorite songs of Mark’s friends and loved ones.
On January 2016, Mark’s collaboration with Justin Broadrick entitled Jesu/Sun Kil Moon was released via Caldo Verde/Rough Trade Records, to positive reviews. The band promoted the album with live shows in Europe, USA and Japan and will tour again in September and November of this year.
Universal Themes was the 7th full length Sun Kil Moon Album, released in 2015. The album received some of Kozelek’s best reviews including a 9 out of 10 in Uncut Magazine and an A- at Consequence Of Sound. In 2015 Mark also released a free EP entitled Down In The Willow Garden as well as a spoken word album entitled Dreams Of Childhood with Argentine actor Nicolas Pauls. Kozelek’s music is also featured extensively in the latest Paulo Sorrentino filmYouth.
Benji is the sixth full length record by Mark Kozelek’s Sun Kil Moon. The album was released February 11, 2014 and features guest musicians Steve Shelley, Will Oldham and Owen Ashworth. On August 20 of 2013, Mark Kozelek’s Caldo Verde Records released Mark Kozelek & Desertshore, the third record from Mark Kozelek and Phil Carney’s side project, Desertshore. 2013 also saw the release of Mark Kozelek Like Rats, 2 live albums, and the Mark Kozelek and Jimmy Lavalle’s collaboration, Perils From The Sea. Both Mark Kozelek & Desertshore andPerils From The Sea made Uncut’s top 100 best albums of the year. In 2012, Mark Kozelek released an 18 track album under his Sun Kil Moon moniker, entitled Among The Leaves. Mark toured solo in support of the album and made his debit TV appearance on Fallon performing with The Roots.
After 8 years of leading her very own orchestra (how many people do you know that have started their own orchestras?), Minna Choi has finally written and recorded her own songs, the first of which is a slow-burning ballad called “Laugh a Lot” which features a duet with How To Dress Well’s Tom Krell, with whom Magik*Magik have collaborated on and off since 2012.
Minna Choi, one of the Bay Area’s most prolific musicians, began the Magik*Magik Orchestra in 2008, for whom she still writes, arranges and conducts. With early praise for Choi’swork from the likes of Wired, NPR Music, and 7×7 (who called Choi one of their 40 Under 40), her orchestra has toured North America with Death Cab For Cutie, recorded the score to the films Looper and the Oscar-nominated short The Dam Keeper, released an album with acclaimed artist John Vanderslice, and much much more.
“Laugh a Lot” is Magik*Magik’s first release as a solo artist. Don’t miss this one, and stay tuned for more……