Saturday, February 26, 2011

Garrison Starr to Perform in Batavia, Mar. 31

I have four tickets for this great event and would love to share the evening with friends.  If interested, please let me know at
We can make it a party :).  Tickets are only $20 each. 

The City of Batavia Democratic Committee
Presents an Evening with
Garrison Starr
Thursday, Mar. 31  8pm

A premier evening of music, champagne and hor d'ourves

Tickets available at the box office on Mar. 31
or through any committee member

Garrison Starr is a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles who originally hails from Hernando, Mississippi (near Memphis). Her style is described as folk/rock, country/rock, and indie/rock. As a single performer, Garrison has released a total of 9 albums (listed below). She has played with the all-female festival tour Lilith Fair and has opened for/toured with music industry greats Mary Chapin Carpenter, Steve Earle, and Melissa Etheridge -- among others. Last year Garrison played several shows with comedian Margaret Cho and performed on her grammy-nominated album. (From Cho's website: "A collection of music wit laugh-inducing lyrics, Cho Dependent features Margaret's collaborations with musicians Andrew Bird, Tegan and Sara, Fiona Apple, Patty Griffin, Grant Lee Phillips, Brendan Benson, Ben Lee, Ani DiFranco, Garrison Starr, Tommy Chong, Meghan Toohey, Jon Brion, AC Newman, Rachael Yamagata and more.") Garrison also has performed as part of The North La Brea All Star Conquistadors, Among the Oak and Ash, and Plover.

Garrison's most recognizable song is "Superhero," which was featured during ABC-TV's coverage of the Women's World Cup Soccer in 1999. Most recently, her song "Sit with Me Tonight" (YouTube link: was featured on ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" and the CW Network's "Life Unexpected."