Thu, Nov 11|
Eden Atwood with Special Guest Paul Marinaro - A Gold Star Sardine Bar Reunion
Eden Atwood - vocals; Paul Marinaro - vocals; Jeremy Kahn - piano; Rob Kassinger - bass; Joel Spencer - drums Eric Schneider - sax
Time & Location
Nov 11, 2021, 7:30 PM – 11:30 PM CST
Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
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Eden Atwood - vocals
Paul Marinaro - vocals
Jeremy Kahn - piano
Rob Kassinger - bass
Joel Spencer - drums
Eric Schneider - sax
The gang gets together again at long last to celebrate their time at the famed Gold Star Sardine Bar!
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Eden Atwood is an American jazz singer, actress, activist and psychotherapist. She was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised in Memphis and Butte, Montana. She is the daughter of composer/arranger Hubbard Atwood (“Tell Me About Yourself" for Nat King Cole, "I Was the Last One to Know" for Stan Kenton, and "No One Ever Tells You" for Frank Sinatra) and the granddaughter of Pulitzer Prize winning novelist A. B. Guthrie Jr.
In 1990. Atwood made her Chicago singing debut at the historic Gold Star Sardine Bar where she regularly headlined for several years. In 1992, she starred in the ABC daytime drama Loving for a year and later guest starred in the crime dramas The Commish and The Untouchables.
Jazz legend Marian McPartland heard a copy of Atwood's debut album Today! (1992), which was independently produced in Chicago on the Southport label, and sent a copy to Concord Records. The recording was re-released under the title No One Ever Tells You, making Atwood one of the youngest musicians on the Concord label. Atwood recorded four albums for Concord, and has released eight recordings for various labels and performed as a featured guest on several more.
In 1998, Atwood moved to Missoula, Montana, where she adopted her son, Benjamin. In 2013, she earned a master’s degree in clinical social work and began working as a psychotherapist in a variety of settings before opening her private practice.
Atwood has been an outspoken advocate and activist for children born with differences of sex development and co-founded the intersex-awareness-raising website The Interface Project. In 2013, Atwood headlined a concert with friend and fellow musician Huey Lewis in support of The Interface Project.
In 2019, Atwood moved with her son to Carbondale, Illinois, where she sees patients via telehealth, plays piano in her living room and throws the ball for two poorly trained dogs.
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