Eliza Jones Helps Celebrate All Creatures at Green Line Cafe Jan. 15

 

 
Local songbird, Eliza Jones, will be performing this evening at Green Line Café to celebrate the release of All Creatures, which you can download for FREE here. The compilation commemorates 10 years of Sherman Arts and features over a dozen local artists who have performed at Green Line over the past three years including Power Animal, The Armchairs, and Jones’ band, Buried Beds.  Jones’ lush croon drifts between Fiona Apple’s lovely melancholy to Regina Spektor’s airy hummingbird, pulling at your heartstrings from the first listen. On “Camellia”, a delicate track with the production feel of Jon Brion, it’s easy to believe Jones as she sings, “I would follow you down so far/watching you/tracing a thousand footsteps/which one will bring you closer to me”. The Philly music community certainly has been listening, and Jones’ voice has taken her onstage with the Pig Iron Theatre Company and in the studio with Man Man, Dr. Dog, and Me Without You. Green Line Café, 4426 Locust St., 8pm, $5, All Ages  myspace.com/buriedbeds - Jaime Pannone