Saturday, July 29, 2006

Duncan Sheik / Vienna Teng tonight at Chop Suey

Seattle Gay News presents singer-songwriter-theatrical/film composer Duncan Sheik and pianist-vocalist Vienna Teng tonight at Chop Suey (1325 Madison. $15 cover. 9pm doors. 21+ admitted only.

Sheik was nominated for a Grammy in 1997 for his hit "Barely Breathing" and is currently touring in support of his fifth album "White Limousine". He composed music for the gay-themed film "A Home at the End of the World" and the off-Broadway musical "Spring Awakening". Teng is a former Stanford graduate, with a degree in Computer Science now turned recording artist, who has just released her third effort entitled "Dreaming Through the Noise". She is often compared to Sarah McLachlan, and has opened shows for the Indigo Girls, Joan Osborne and Shawn Colvin.

Chop Suey is located at the corner of 14th and Madison, offering a full bar and areas to sit and stand during performances.

Sheik and Teng have both interviewed twice with the Seattle Gay News. Come watch two gifted artists perform in an intimate space tonight.

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