Live at Ipanema

With sad eyes and heavy hearts we say farewell to one of our longest running, most popular, and most interesting features: Live at Ipanema.

With sad eyes and heavy hearts we say farewell to one of our longest running, most popular, and most interesting features: Live at Ipanema. Each and every month for the last two years the magnanimous Kendra Feather, owner of Ipanema and Garnett’s, hosted a different, wonderful, local band and provided the recordings to you, dear Richmond.

Not only that, but each of these live recordings is available for you to download for FREE. I mean that is pretty great if you think about it: 24 albums of fantastic local music. I suggest you get to downloading.

Perhaps you should start with the final Live at Ipanema, which was a couple of weeks ago and featured Mark Brown. You can listen to his whole set below, or download it here.

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Liza Kate

The Great White Jenkins

Orioles

Jonathan and David

Julie Karr

The Low Branches

Fuzzy Baby

Nick Coward & The Last Battle

The Diamond Center & Josh Small

Zac Hryciak & The Jungle Beat

SEAS

Long Arms

The Thirds

The Florentines

Homemade Knives

River City Band

The Cinnamon Band

The Diamond Center

Lydia Ooghe

Englishman

Itchy Hearts

Blasco

Anousheh Khalili

Mark Brown

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2 comments on Live at Ipanema

  1. Thanks to everyone who supported the series!
    Of course, none of this could have been possible without the incredible Kendra Feather!
    Thanks to all the bands who played, the photographers who documented, and the patrons who held us up!
    I do believe the Karen Newton(http://icouldgoonandon.blogspot.com/) attended all the shows except maybe one.
    To the ever gracious and accommodating Ipanema staff, Thank You!

    See you soon.

  2. Scott Burger on said:

    Good job. Hope to see more events.

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