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'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road' at the Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square (Somerville, MA)

(Somerville, MA) The Nave Gallery Annex in Davis Square presents 'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road,' a group exhibition sponsored by Atwood's Tavern and Panopticon Imaging, featuring the work of over twenty-five local and regional artists and musicians, and curated by Jenn Harrington and Susan Berstler. The exhibit runs from November 6-22, 2014, with an opening reception on Thursday, November 6, 2014, 6-8 p.m. and a special event - On the Road: Stories - on November 12, 2014, 7-9 p.m.

'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road'
We elevate our heroes. The gods are in the clouds. Superheroes fly. Marbled idols stand on pedestals. And our cameras aim at musicians where they are at their best - on stage. But how do they get there? And, more importantly - with days dedicated to cramped cars, thin wallets, beat-up motels, loneliness - why do they follow that long and winding road from one venue to the next? 'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road' is an intimate exhibition of the reflections, adventures, humor, and hardships of musicians on tour.

Artists
Brian Barthelmes, Matt Bauer, Melanie Bernier, Dan Blakeslee, Kelly Burgess, Shane Butler, Laura Cortese, Charles Daniels, Ian Fitzgerald, Joe Fletcher, Ron Gallo, Robin Mae Gawron, Peaches Goodrich, Reid Haithcock, Brett Henrikson, Matt Lorenz, Richard McCaffrey, Caitlin McCann, Natasha Moustache, Marissa Nadler, Ron Pownall, Mike Spencer, Tallahassee, Jonah Tolchin Sky. With video by Big Old Big One (Eran Shaysh and Daniel DP Perry, cofounders); In Your Burn (Brett Davey, producer); Kitchen Sessions (Steve Legare, producer); and Sleepover Shows (Kelly Ribera, Rob Ribera, Aviv Rubinstien, producers).

Opening reception
November 6, 2014, 6-8 p.m.

Special event: On the Road: Stories 7-9
A panel of musicians, moderated by Audrey Ryan, will tell the touring tale, including Laura Cortese, Will Dailey, Brian Webb, and other special guests. A $5–$10 donation to support speakers is appreciated.

Gallery information
Nave Gallery Annex | www.navegallery.org 53 Chester Street, Somerville, MA 02144

'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road' exhibit dates: November 6–22, 2014
'I've Been Everywhere, Man: Musicians on the Road' exhibit hours: 6-8 and 2-6 or by appointment

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