The Lakebottom Sound live music series continues Sunday with another genre-bending concert. This installment has a double-bill of Montana folk and world-music fusion by a Seattle trio.
The project was founded earlier this year by Naomi Moon Siegel, a composer and trombone player who moved from Seattle a year ago. She has a two-fold mission: showcasing musicians in a "listening room" setting as opposed to providing background music for bar crowds; and bringing in musicians' whose work plays best in such settings. The previous concerts at Ten Spoon Winery and Shakespeare and Co. bookstore sold out, a sign that she tapped into a pool of listeners.
This entry features Hamilton-based singer-songwriter Jenn Adams, who has a wide-ranging voice suited to folk, blues and jazz. She'll be accompanied by vocalist/violinist Beth Youngblood, who teaches the Suzuki method and has played with guitarists John Floridis and Bill Mize among many others.
The Seattle trio Duende Libre comprises Alex Chadsey on keys, Farko Dosumov on electric bass and Jeff Busch on drums and percussion.
In a review of the group's first album, released in May, AllAboutJazz.com wrote " 'Duende Libre' is an exciting debut record that displays a multi-faceted band willing to take chances and allow the music to take them where it will. What sets them apart from studio session players, is that they perform with a zest that comes from their cross-cultural associations. World music is street music, and it's that element that sparks life into this release."
Tickets are $15 at lakebottomsound.org/tickets or Ear Candy Music. The Salvation Army Chapel is located at 355 S. Russell St. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.