Our friends at the Sanctuary on Penn are hosting a musical event, and your friendly neighborhood Ed.Blogger wants to help 'em fill the joint. In the interest of transparency, the Sanctuary has let us use their wonderful space for many photo shoots — and they're also just really cool people. Mirah's one of their favorite artists.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [5/1/2015]

CONTACT: [Scott Wheeler @ The Sanctuary on Penn; info@indysanctuary.com; http://indysanctuary.com; http://facebook.com/indysanctuary.com]

SINGER/SONGWRITER MIRAH TO APPEAR IN A SMALL-VENUE, ALL ACOUSTIC SHOW @ THE SANCTUARY ON PENN

The Sanctuary on Penn is proud to present nationally known singer/songwriter, Mirah, in concert on Wednesday, May 13th at 8:00pm.

The concert will be held at The Sanctuary on Penn at 701 N Pennsylvania St, and tickets are $15 and available online at or at the door if any are left available.

A quietly graceful and earthy songwriter, this performance will be a smaller, acoustic version of her music. Her lyrics invoke nature, simplicity, and a quiet brand of lust sung with with a voice that could melt the coldest heart.

Seats are EXTREMELY limited.

After getting her start in the music scene of Olympia, Washington in the late 1990s, she released a number of well-received solo albums on K Records, including You Think It's Like This but Really It's Like This (1999) and Advisory Committee (2001). Her 2009 album (a)spera peaked on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart at #46, while her 2011 collaborative album Thao + Mirah peaked at #7.

Mirah has collaborated with artists such as Phil Elvrum of The Microphones, Tune-Yards, Susie Ibarra, Jherek Bischoff and Thao Nguyen. A new solo album, Changing Light, was released on May 13, 2014 on her imprint Absolute Magnitude Records.

According to The Rumpus in 2011, "Mirah's early records...are DIY mini-masterpieces that express a punk sensibility through broken drum machines, reverb-drenched guitars and ukulele. Her more recent albums...are mature, complex and immaculately-produced."

The Sanctuary on Penn is a converted brick church in downtown Indianapolis built in 1875 – both a visually and acoustically magical space.

Please visit Mirah’s website at http://www.mirahmusic.com for much more information, including mp3's and contact info.

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