Monday, May 17, 2010

Local Music Legend Don Zientara Will Perform at Story/Stereo Thursday, May 20

Story/Stereo's musical curators Chad Clark (Beauty Pill) and Matt Byars (The Caribbean) have scored a huge win for this week's Story/Stereo, the kick off event for LitArtlantic: Don Zientara.

Don Zientara, the groundbreaking local legend of the music scene, is the founder of Inner Ear Studios in Arlington and a musician in his own right. In the 80s, he played with the band Under Heaven. Now he has two solo albums out. If you click here you can see him performing "Waterloo Sunset." Learn a little more about his second solo album, Clocks and Watches, at Dischord's Web site.

Just look at this list of his clients at Inner Ear. It's astonishing. Dave Grohl, Henry Rollins, Jawbox, Bob Mould, Fugazi--that's just a few of them. Below is a little history of Inner Ear Studio. Come on out to Story/Stereo Thursday at 8:00 P.M. at The Writer's Center. Emerging Writer Fellows William Archila (The Art of Exile) and Allison Amend (Stations West) will read. And Don Zientara will follow with his musical performance.

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