New Channing and Quinn song from the night we fell in love with their music - AND with them

It was at Brad and Tammy's Listening Loft in Reidsville, NC that we finally got to hear what all the fuss was about when people mentioned Channing and Quinn. (And it had begun to seem that people we'e always mentioning Channing and Quinn to us.) I bring up the location first, not only because house concerts are awesome (and this one among our favorite venues for hearing live music,) but because telling you I was sitting all cozy on somebody's couch gets me off the hook for the quality of my video. Ta da! 

But only the quality of my video. The song - a new one entitled "Wayward Shadow" - is awesome. And if you listen long enough, you'll get to hear one of my other favorite sounds. Which happens when Channing does that high-tech, magical thing with her voice and I get to see my first live-and-in-person looper in action! Which is to say that right there before our eyes, we got to hear her voice in harmony with several other tracks of her own voice!  I want one of those.

Maybe we'll get to hear this song again - or another one that features the looper, just for fun, on Saturday night, and if not, all is not lost. Since, we get to hear THAT voice. Live! With Quinn's accompaniments using all manner of instruments. They're such a great pair and this weekend you can hear why.

Bonus 1: Not only do they "music make fun" but they're just really neat people we're so proud to feature at our event. Because we think nice is cool.

Bonus 2: Did you catch the part about how we also have a musician whose body may or may not be inhabited by a non-earthling, during the set to follow this duo? Seriously. Dave Fox and The Draves of Meldavia will finish out the night, compounding the treats you're in for at the show. Which is, did we mention, limited seating, so we encourage you get your advance tickets here.

Bonus 3: That's Sue Sassmann in the audience, to the left of the video above. You might enjoy checking out her beloved Fairie Festival - Greensboro Summer Solstice - happening the very next weekend in Lindley Park! Where you can hear lots MORE awesome live music, this time for free.