Clockshop Event: Hear Sunday, Patty Schemel & the Ladies of the Canyon

I was asked to photograph Clockshop’s most recent Hear Sunday event with Patty Schemel the last weekend of October.

Patty Schemel was at the epicenter of the Seattle grunge scene in the 1990’s. She is best known as the drummer of the alternative rock band Hole. For this special Hear Sunday event, Schemel read from her new memoir Hit So Hard (Da Capo Press, 2017) and performed covers of favorite songs with Nina Gordon, Louise Post and Eva Gardner as the Ladies of the Canyon.

Hit So Hard: A Memoir was available for purchase courtesy of Book Soup, but it is also available for purchase online at Amazon.

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Hear Sunday is a creative chamber music program curated in collaboration with Yvette Holzwarth. Monthly concerts feature diverse musical styles performed in an intimate setting.

Clockshop is an artist-run organization that creates new conversations about Los Angeles and the world beyond. They commission work by artists and writers, curate public programs about pressing issues, and collaborate with larger institutions to reimagine what is possible.

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