Cause A Scene Presents: A Very Special Evening With Penny And Sparrow And Joseph

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Wednesday, June 24
7:00PM DOORS / 8:00PM SHOW

We'll try to reign in our crazy enthusiasm about this show, but it may be tough. Cause A Scene alums Penny and Sparrow and Joseph return to Nashville for an intimate, secret Cause A Scene show with a twist...

Both bands have been busy at work recently forming a supergroup with all new material that nobody has ever heard before. The currently unnamed five piece will make their official debut on Wednesday, June 24. If you thought two- or three-part harmonies were something special, just wait until you've heard all five voices combined.

Two weeks from tonight, we'll be privy to a full set from Joseph, then Penny And Sparrow, with Andy, Kyle, Natalie, Meegan and Allie all taking the stage together for the third and final set performing all new songs. In short, this is one show you'll be telling your grandkids about one day...
Penny & Sparrow are a compelling Austin band with a stripped down return-to-basics that yields extraordinary sonic results. They (Kyle and Andy) understand you don’t need gimmicks to make beautiful music that cuts you to the core and woos you to keep their tunes on repeat for days on end. They write music that effortlessly draws you in with their rich harmonies and deep, moving lyrics that are intimate and relational in nature reminiscent of Bon Iver and The Swell Season.

Joseph, the name of our grandfather. We are family. We are kin. When we share our sounds and stories we offer them to you - to find yourself in them - and we invite you into this kinship, togetherness, belonging. Joseph, a small town in eastern Oregon. We grew up camping at the lake, staying at our Grandpa Jo's farmstead playing cards on the porch, riding down his long dusty driveway in the back of a pick up truck, watching thunderstorm shows, flying over fields on tire swings. This is where we're from. This is our land. Joseph, a dream interpreter. The ancient story of Joseph is compelling. He lived by his visions from God even in small beginnings - interpreting the dreams of fellow inmates in an Egyptian prison - he eventually became a high appointed officer to Pharaoh, directing the course of the nation. He believed in things. He hoped. Believing takes more courage than doubting, though doubting looks sexy and feels more powerful. Many of us set our aims low to avoid disappointment, but good narratives happen in the efforts and failings of hope. What are your dreams? What would it look like to believe in them?
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By: Cause A Scene