Montana-based folk singer-songwriter, Martha Scanlan, and Portland, Oregon-based producer Jon Neufeld are teaming up for an intimate album release concert at The Wilma on Friday, April 26, 2024. The show will also feature special guests.
Martha and Jon, accomplished solo artists and frequent collaborators, were last seen at The Wilma in 2022 when they released their album, Last Stars First Light.
We’re looking forward to having them back for another special night of original music as we anticipate the release of their forthcoming album Save It For Later, out March 1st.
GROOVE PRESALE: A limited amount of Groove Presale tickets will be available ONLINE ONLY (while supplies last) from 10am to 10pm, Thursday, February 1st. A password will be provided via email after completing the sign up form below. PLEASE NOTE: Logjam Gift Cards cannot be used for presale purchases. Learn how to purchase tickets with your Logjam gift card here.
PUBLIC ON SALE: Tickets go on sale Friday, February 2nd at 10am at the Top Hat, online, or by phone at 1 (800) 653-8000. All tickets are general admission and a limited amount of seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. All ages are welcome.
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About Martha Scanlan & Jon Neufeld
Jon Neufeld and Martha Scanlan’s unique alchemy on stage started when they first played together at Portland’s Indie-roots festival Pickathon ten years ago. It was an immediate musical connection and friendship that has only deepened with time and miles spent touring venues and festivals across the country.
While their collective accolades are impressive- they have shared the stage and collaborated with artists as diverse as Levon Helm, Jim James, Emmy Lou Harris and Peter Buck, and played festivals from Merlefest to Bonnaroo- it is that unique alchemy, that sense of adventure and improvisation on stage and in the studio, that most characterizes their work together and what has earned them a loyal following world wide.
When so much began to shift and live shows ground to a halt, what began as a loose plan to work on a new record seemed to become a musical journey of it’s own, a necessary sort of refuge. Continue reading…