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Upcoming Shows

FRI, SEP 06 at The Neptune (Seattle)

Josh Gondelman, The Lowest Pair
Venue: The Neptune
Doors: 6:30pm
Show: 7:30pm

Josh Gondelman makes it cool to be nice. A writer and producer for “Desus and Mero” on Showtime and previously a writer for “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” Gondelman charms audiences onstage with his good-natured storytelling and sharp wit. He’s performed stand up frequently on late night, and his most recent album, “Dancing on a Weeknight,” was released in April 2019. His new book, “Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions and Mixed Results,” is Gondelman at his purest – essays where he hilariously tries new things, hopes for the best, and deals with the comedic fallout with his trademark good guy warmth. (www.joshgondelman.com)

The Lowest Pair is a perfect example that good things come in pairs. Dual banjoists Kendl Winter and Palmer T. Lee met on the banks of the Mississippi and have been touring the US ever since in their own version of The Never Ending Tour, racking up over 500 shows across the country from Bellingham, Washington to Bangor, Maine. The American folk duo combines Palmer’s Midwestern charm with Winter’s playfulness on their songs, including four albums of original work and one cover album. They continue to approach their instruments as vehicles for exploration and deepen their poetic and resonant songwriting. This pair is the perfect choice when you’re looking for America’s next great musical duo. (thelowestpair.com)