Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel have announced the release of their eagerly anticipated new album.
AMANDA PALMER & EDWARD KA-SPEL TOUR 2017 MAY
17 – Boston, MA – Middle East
AMANDA PALMER & EDWARD KA-SPEL
1. Pulp Fiction
2. Shahla’s Missing Page
3. The Shock of Kontakt
4. Beyond The Beach
5. The Clock at the Back of the Cage
6. The Changing Room
7. The Jack of Hands
8. Prithee: Liquidation Day
9. Rainbow’s End
10. The Sun Still Shines *
11. Subway *
Last night, Violent Femmes performed at Ford Amphitheater on Coney Island during their brand-new co-headline tour with Echo & The Bunnymen. During “Kiss Off,” a standout track from their legendary self-titled debut album, Amanda Palmer (Dresden Dolls) joined the band onstage as a guest vocalist. A clip of that performance, which Palmer streamed on Facebook Live, can be found HERE.
In addition to recently kicking off this unparalleled co-headline tour, Violent Femmes recently released their groundbreaking new live album 2 MICS & THE TRUTH: UNPLUGGED & UNHINGED IN AMERICA, which sees the band reinventing their own extraordinary canon with all-new live performances, including rearranged classics, songs played live for the first time, spontaneous requests, and random improvisations. The album was recorded last year as the band visited public radio stations and music media outlets across the country in support of their acclaimed ninth studio album, WE CAN DO ANYTHING. Always eager to push their sound forward, the Milwaukee-based combo brought with them a pair of Ear Trumpet Labs Edwina microphones, specialized bluegrass mics that allowed Gordon Gano (voice and guitar/banjo/fiddle) and Brian Ritchie (acoustic bass guitar and vocal) to play and record in close proximity. Percussionist John Sparrow’s innovative use of a Weber Grill as a rhythm instrument enabled Violent Femmes to stand close together around the two mics and play in perfect balance, the metallic tones meshing with Ritchie’s acoustic bass and Gano’s strummed guitar.
VIOLENT FEMMES TOUR DATES
14 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summerstage
15 – Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
17 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
18 – Detroit, MI – Meadow Brook Amphitheatre
19 – Columbus, OH – Express Live Outdoor Stage
21 – Milwaukee, WI – BMO Harris Pavilion
22 – St. Louis, MO – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
23 – Chicago, IL – Huntington Bank Pavilion
25 – Kansas City, MO – Crossroads KC
26 – Denver, CO – Fillmore Auditorium
29 – Costa Mesa, CA – Pacific Amphitheatre
30 – Saratoga, CA – Mountain Winery
1 – Portland, OR – Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre
2 – Seattle, WA – Woodland Park Zoo Amphitheatre
3 – Vancouver, BC – PNE Amphitheatre
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AMANDA PALMER – WITH THE HELP OF HUNDREDS OF FANS –
PENS AND RECORDS SONG IN HARVEY AFTERMATH
“DROWNING IN THE SOUND” AVAILABLE NOW
TWO-DAY SONGWRITING AND RECORDING SESSION TO BENEFIT TEXAS DIAPER BANK
Amanda Palmer has released a new song, “Drowning in the Sound,” written as a two-day songwriting exercise on August 29th and 30th, 2017, using input, inspiration and comments from over 600 patrons. “The song wound up being a response to the insanity of internet politics melded with the recent total eclipse and the devastation of Hurricane Harvey…and y’know…other stuff,” Palmer said.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from the download of this song until September 30th will support the Texas Diaper Bank to help victims of Hurricane Harvey across Texas.
“Drowned in the Sound” credits:
Music, Lyrics, Piano, Vocals: Amanda Palmer
Engineer: Eli Winograd at Lone Pine Studio in Kingston, NY
Special thanks to Ben Folds for texting with me before his show in Little Rock, AR,
and making me change one rhythm and cut two useless repetitions before the first chorus
For more information, please visit:
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AMANDA PALMER RECORDS AND RELEASES INSTANT SINGLE
TO SUPPORT HURRICAN RELIEF EFFORTS IN PUERTO RICO
WRITTEN AND RECORDED EARLIER THIS WEEK IN BOSTON
ALL DIGITAL PROCEEDS FROM PATREON-SUPPORTED TRACK
TO BENEFIT MARIAFUND.ORG
“SMALL HANDS, SMALL HEART” AVAILABLE NOW
Amanda Palmer has unveiled a new song recorded earlier this week to support immediate relief efforts following the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
All digital proceeds earned from “Small Hands, Small Heart” over the next month will benefit the
Hurricane Maria Community Recovery Fund. One hundred percent of all funds raised will be
used to support immediate relief, recovery, and equitable rebuilding for the
communities in Puerto Rico hit hardest by the storm.
To contribute, please visit mariafund.org.
“Small Hands, Small Heart” was both written and recorded in Boston over three days earlier this week, supported by Palmer’s more than 11 thousand followers on Patreon. Inspired by an especially active Patreon thread, the single was produced at Somerville, MA’s Q Division by longtime collaborator Sean Slade and lead engineered by James Bridges. “Small Hands, Small Heart” features
exclusive artwork by Palmer comprising an arrangement of objects that includes an original work
by sculptor Lee Barron as well as a copy of the groundbreaking early-20th Century
African-American newspaper, The Chicago Defender.
“Given the horror in the news, and given that everybody keeps asking where the artistic revolution is, I don’t feel like I want to mince words anymore, or wait 18 months to put out a ‘politically charged’ album,” says Palmer. “Fuck that: I’m trying to respond in realtime, making songs about now for the people now, and using my patrons comments and personal despairs as song-fodder. This is also the first time I’ve ever used the word ‘dick’ in a song, and I’m pretty proud of that. The fake news media is always free to ask me anything about this insane and beautiful process: I’m just a call away on my fake artist telephone.”
For complete details, please visit amandapalmer.net/smallhandssmallheart.
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“MOTHER DO YOU THINK THEY’LL DROP THE BOMB”AMANDA PALMER RETURNS TO THE WORLD STAGE WITH PROVOCATIVEANTI-TRUMP VIDEO, “MOTHER,” SHOT WITH FEMALE-LED CAST & CREW7″ Single Out November 15 via amandapalmer.netWorld-Wide FREE Webcast from London’s UNION CHAPEL7:15pm GMT TOmorrow Nov 16 via amandapalmer.netTwo years after the birth of her son, Amanda Palmer returns to form with her first high-production video since her Kickstarter-record-smashing album Theatre is Evil was released in 2012. Scripted and conceived by Palmer and independently crowdfunded by her 11,000 subscribers on patreon.com, Palmer’s new song is a daring piece of art which is, in her words, “dedicated to the current administration.”Shooting on location in upstate New York at the iconic sculpture park, Opus 40, Palmer collaborated with a female director (Jordan Rathus) and choreographer (Coco Karol), in addition to an all-female string quartet and two of her fellow mother-musicians (Zoë Keating and Melissa Auf der Maur, ex-bassist of Hole and Smashing Pumpkins).In a reversal of the traditional process, Palmer’s idea for the video inspired the recording for the song, and she tapped long-time friend/composer Jherek Bischoff (Strung Out in Heaven, Purple Rain) to join her vision and supply a bittersweet and poignant string quartet arrangement of Pink Floyd’s Mother. Zoë Keating stood in for David Gilmour’s searing guitar solo on cello.Amanda explains: “The lyrics to ‘Mother‘ haunted me during the inauguration. There’s a surge in female power right now: Trump and co. can prattle on about how they’re going to build a big, beautiful wall, but the mothers of this nation have a different agenda. We don’t want our children to grow up in a world of fear, separation, and scarcity.I’ve made over a dozen big-production videos with massive casts and crews, but I’ve never felt this way on a set before. Ever since having a baby I’ve been continuing to work on producing content, and I often bring my baby to recording studios and video sets where it is cheerfully tolerated. But this time it wasn’t just tolerated, it was celebrated.Everybody on the set – from the film crew to the dancers – stood by the spirit of the script. All of the children cast are children of friends of mine. Chris Wells, who plays “The President”, is an openly gay actor and peace activist and it meant a lot to me to be able to cast him in this role.”Wells is involved in the video’s shocking final moments, of which Palmer says: “That finale-scene could not have happened if it weren’t for our deep respect for one another; I couldn’t have done it with just any actor and it took a massive amount of trust. Melissa Auf der Maur and Zoë Keating have both been my guiding lights as fellow mothers and musicians. This video is as much an homage to them as it is a statement about the current administration.”Amanda is set to release Mother as the physical b-side to the 7″ vinyl pressing of In Harm’s Way, the original song which Palmer penned and produced in response to the world’s growing refugee crisis, and which premiered last month on NPR’s All Songs Considered. NPR shared the powerful and stark video for In Harm’s Way, shot on location in Tarragona, Spain. The video, which echoes the now infamously painful photograph of 3-year old refugee Aylan Kurdi, features volunteer performers from across Europe and was directed by Spanish performance artist/provocateur Abel Azcona. The 7″ vinyl single will be sold exclusively via amandapalmer.net on Novemb er 15.10% of the profits of the physical single will go to the charity Because We Carry, a charity close to Amanda’s heart after spending time on Lesvos in 2017, where she witnessed the impact their work had on refugees arriving on the island daily.
Please watch the video forIn Harm’s Way here:Amanda is performing a one-off show at London’s Union Chapel on November 16 with a grand piano, a local string quartet, and special guest arranger/conductor Jherek Bischoff. Tickets are sold out, but the show will be webcast live, for free, online from amandapalmer.net. There will be a limited amount of copies of the 7″ single for sale at this show.To donate or for more information on Because We Carry please visit: http://www.becausewecar
ry.org/en/# # #Amanda Palmer is a singer, songwriter, playwright, pianist, filmmaker, and blogger who simultaneously embraces and explodes traditional frameworks of music, theatre, and art. She first came to prominence as one half of the Boston-based punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls, earning global recognition for their wide-ranging theatricality and inventive songcraft. Her solo career has taken her to new heights, including such groundbreaking works as the fan-funded THEATRE IS EVIL, which made a top 10 debut on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 upon its 2012 release and remains the top-funded original music project on Kickstarter. In 2013 she presented “The Art of Asking” at the annual TED conference, which has since been viewed over 10 million times worldwide. The following year saw Palmer expand her philosophy into the New York Times best seller The Art of Asking: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Let People Help, which is now in its 5th English-language printing.# # #
AMANDA PALMER AND DIRECTOR NOEMIE LAFRANCE UNLEASH VIDEO FOR “MR. WEINSTEIN WILL SEE YOU NOW”
UNAPOLOGETICALLY GRAPHIC PATRON-FUNDED MUSIC CLIP IS A COLLABORATION WITH 60 WOMEN
TODAY, OCTOBER 5, MARKS ONE YEAR TO THE DAY SINCE THE NEW YORK TIMES
EXPOSED HARVEY WEINSTEIN’S DECADES OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Several months ago, Amanda Palmer and co-singer/writer Jasmine Power released their quickly assembled song, “Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now,” as a visceral artistic response to the sexual assaults being discussed in the news cycle. The profits from the song were donated to #TimesUp.
Then, this past July, a group of women from all walks of life gathered one Sunday in a former Episcopalian rectory in Brooklyn, NY under the direction of choreographer Noemie Lafrance to create an explosive video to accompany the song. The cast, production and set crew were comprised of over 60 women from the New York area working on both sides of the camera. Many of the cast were performers with little or no film or stage experience from Palmer’s extensive internet fanbase.
Today, the music video for “Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now” is released. Palmer wanted to release it on October 5 to mark one year to the day since the New York Times exposed Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual harassment.
WATCH THE VIDEO FOR “MR. WEINSTEIN WILL SEE YOU NOW”
“For an entire day, a congregation of women worked together to create a collective battle-cry response to this moment in time,” says Palmer. “Working on this project fundamentally changed me inside. The act of running, sweating, laughing and filming with this group of powerful, determined, and shamelessly naked women was a stark reminder of what we are capable of doing when we join forces, roll up our sleeves, take off our masks, and create.”
Director Noemie Lafrance (who Palmer tapped for this project after seeing her work with fellow songwriter Leslie Feist) says: “How does one talk about rape, or even harder, illustrate it in a music video? It is too painful of a subject, and in many ways a taboo subject. What inspired me about the song is that it dared talking about rape in all of its different shades of grey. There is a line in the song that particularly moved me: ‘…let’s get this over with’ because it explores the fine lines of coercion. I felt that in the context of the Weinstein story it encapsulated the real sadness in this for all parties. I wanted the video to reflect that and be about the sadness, rather than the atrocity.”
Palmer utilized her crowdfunding resources to create both the song and the video: she is supported by over 11,000 people on the newly minted crowdfunding platform patreon.com, where she is paid an average of $3 per patron, per month, to create ambitious, collaborative and eclectic multi-media work.
“The fact that this video was essentially crowdfunded through my patreon is no coincidence,” says Palmer. “Female artists are grabbing back creative control by going straight to the people who want to hear their stories and voices. My old major label would have never, EVER signed onto this idea. I can just imagine going into their offices and saying ‘Hey, I want to make a strange, operatic duet about sexual assault and just release it to the Internet next week, for free to the public. Oh and the video – which will also make no profit and be totally unplayable on most channels because it’ll be nude and graphic – will cost about $40k that you’ll never see again.’ They would have laughed me out of the room.
That is why crowdfunding and patronage are becoming so insanely powerful right now: feminist art and expressions like this are essential, and cannot be about making a profit. We need to be able to create powerful artistic statements without having to appease a toxic and corrosive marketplace.”
Jasmine Power, who co-wrote and sang the song with Palmer (and appears, as Palmer does, as an ensemble player in the video), says: As we directed the chorus members through our song chorus, I felt this overwhelming emotion come over me as I gazed into the eyes of each and every woman singing along. There were moments while watching the monitors where I felt shudders of pain and sparks of excitement run through my entire body. The day felt powerful, dark, fearless and then light when I would respond to a grateful smile of another woman on set, as she would say ‘thank you for writing this’. I hope my children will watch this video one day and be relieved that times have changed.”
Palmer adds, “We rented the space from an Episcopalian church – which felt poetic to me, having been raised as a little choir girl in that lineage. We were worried for a minute that the minister – who was a woman – was about to shut down the production, because she was looking at our outdoor warm-up from across the street and looking concerned. Then she came over to the set, watched what we were filming, and asked if we would please come back to screen the finished video for all the women of her congregation. Women are rising up, everywhere. Change is happening at every level.”
For more information, please visit: amandapalmer.net/mrweinstein.
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Here are statements from some of the cast members:
“Sweating and screaming and running and repeating carved through parts of me that have been stagnated and congealed for ages. Trauma runs deep in this body. So does connection and creation. I bonded and felt and lived. Since the shoot I’ve written new songs. I’ve cried, a lot. I’ve made choices. I’ve changed. Healing and integration are happening.”
Vie I. Paula
“Through the tears, I sang as loud as I could for all women across time. What a chilling, moving and oh so empowering experience. We stand strong, together.”
“Choosing to get naked on camera is always a big happy fuck you to the horrific ‘purity culture’ I was raised in, which pits women against each other and shames them for virtually everything.”
“At 49, I thought I was immune, but no. Breastless, facedown, alongside my husband in couples massage, I was sexually assaulted. First time since gang rape at 19. Men of this country, shut up and step up.”
“Women are powerful. Women working together are unstoppable.”
“We didn’t lip sync – we sang our fucking guts out. The energy in the room was palpable and radiant – strong enough to move fear and shatter the emotional entrenchment, the forced compartmentalization and the shame. This wasn’t just a video production – this was change happening at the most fundamental level.”
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AMANDA PALMER ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM: THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION and US & CANADIAN TOUR DATES
DROPS FIRST SINGLE DROWNING IN THE SOUND
PRESALE FOR ALL SHOWS & EXCLUSIVE HARDBACK ARTBOOK TODAY AT 12PM LOCAL TIME FOR AMANDA’S PATRONS @ AMANDAPALMER.NET
PUBLIC ONSALE FOR ALL TOUR DATES THIS FRIDAY DEC 14th ALBUM PRESALE TO PUBLIC: LIVE NOW
THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION INSTORES ON MARCH 8, 2019
“I’ve never been nervous about releasing a record before, but this one is different. The rise of global fascism alongside the spreading fire of #MeToo has forged a louder megaphone for all women, and we’re all seeing that radical truth is infectious. I feel more urgency than ever to share the naked truth of my experiences. The kind of stories that I’m sharing on this record – abortion, miscarriage, cancer, grief, the darker sides of parenthood – have been therapeutic and frightening to write. But every time I play them for my friends and fans, the nodding heads of empathy have
lit a fire under my ass to record and release them.”
– Amanda Palmer, 2018
Amanda Palmer has announced the eagerly-awaited release of her first solo album in more than six years. THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION is now available for presale in multiple formats on AMANDAPALMER.NETand will be released on March 8, 2019. Alongside the album, Palmer is independently releasing an artbook of narrative photography to accompany the album’s release. The hardback version is exclusively presold to Amanda’s Patrons. For more information on Amanda’s Patreon and the book visit: AMANDAPALMER.NET.
To support THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION, Palmer will hit the road for a seated theater tour beginning in North America in early 2019 and continuing globally into 2020. The shows will feature Palmer performing solo on grand piano, making it her first official tour ever with no back up musicians. Unironically, there will be an intermission at every show.
Palmer’s third solo LP, THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION is the multi-faceted artist’s most powerful and personal collection to date, with songs that tackle the big questions: life, death, grief and how we make sense with it all. While the themes may be dark, the album’s overall sonic and lyrical mood is one of triumph in the face of life’s most ineffably shitty circumstances.
“Most of these songs were exercises in survival,” says Palmer. “This isn’t really the record that I was planning to make. But loss and death kept happening in real-time, and these songs became my therapeutic arsenal of tools for making sense of it all.”
Recorded over a single month in Los Angeles by GRAMMY® Award-winner John Congleton (who previously engineered and produced 2012’s acclaimed THEATRE IS EVIL), THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION was entirely crowd-funded, this time by 12,000 patrons using Palmer’s community hub at patreon.
Palmer’s often-overlooked skills as a pianist mark the LP with a stark but grand sonic approach utterly distinct from her two prior solo albums. Indeed, the album’s 10 songs feature only a few extra overdubs provided by key associates, including Congleton, Palmer’s friend and frequent collaborator Jason Webley, Montreal-based programmer/keyboardist Max Henry and veteran drummer Joey Waronker. Longtime collaborator Jherek Bischoff also added touches of prepared piano and upright bass; he also arranged 10 short orchestral instrumentals based on the motifs of the songs, creating an intermission of sorts between each track.
Beginning with the epic Bill-Hicks-inspired “The Ride”, THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION sees Palmer revealing her heart in total, turning the coals of fraught experience into musical diamonds. Palmer wrote “The Ride” with the help of her patrons, puzzle-piecing their personal comments about fear and grief into a sonic emotional snapshot of her community. Themes of death and reproduction recur throughout, including “A Mother’s Confession,” a funny, honest, slice-of-life ramble detailing Palmer’s failings as a new mother, and “Machete”, written in tribute to her best friend, Anthony (for whom her son was named), following his untimely passing from cancer. “Voicemail for Jill” chronicles a different sort of death as Palmer reaches out to a friend on her way to an abortion clinic.
“I’ve been trying to write a good abortion song for twenty-five years,” she says. “It’s been the white whale of my songwriting. Having had three abortions for very different reasons, and after connecting with hundreds of women who’ve gone through the same isolating and lonely experience, I just wanted to do the topic poetic justice. How do you write a song about abortion without being too heavy-handed or too preachy? It was only after being in Dublin for the abortion referendum that I came home and glued myself to the piano bench and said: ‘Amanda, write it. You’re a good enough songwriter now, you’ll find a way.’ Playing it live has felt like a hymn to every man and woman in the audience who’s never been able to talk openly about their own abortion experiences.”
The album’s first single “Drowning in the Sound” – also written using crowd-sourced comments from Palmer’s blog – explores hidden connections between political unrest, the impending uncertainty of Hurricane Harvey (many of her fans had evacuated their homes the day before the song was written), climate change, the solar eclipse, internet-hate and, bizarrely, Taylor Swift. One of the more lavishly produced songs on the album, the song combines Palmer’s singular style of piano-taming with a restrained chorus that pays sonic homage to two diverse but connected mentors: Prince and Ani DiFranco.
LISTEN TO “DROWNING IN THE SOUND“
Somber yet exultant,
THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION presents still more dimensions to Amanda Palmer’s already voluminous talent, once again confirming her as a master songwriter at the height of considerable power. This one-of-a-kind artist has miraculously molded humor, tears, confession, and naked personal pain into a matchless piece of work that could very well have been morose and gloomy but is, instead, deeply relatable, healing and inspiring.
In addition to the LP, Palmer has partnered with the collaborative art-team Kahn & Selesnick to create a companion volume of over 50 theatrical photographic portraits taken in and around Palmer’s new upstate New York home she shares with her husband, writer Neil Gaiman. The portfolio – also titled THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION – will be available exclusively in hardback to Palmer’s patrons as well as in a softcover edition at her hugely anticipated world tour, set to circle theaters around the globe in 2019-2020.
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AMANDA PALMER 2019 TOUR DATES
13 – 14 – Austin, TX – SXSW
21 – Detroit, MI – The Cathedral – Masonic Temple
22 – Toronto, ON – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
23 – Montreal, QC – Monument National – Ludger-Duvernay Theatre
5 – Washington, DC – National Theatre
6 – Philadelphia, PA – Temple Performing Arts Center
12 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatre
13 – St. Paul, MN – The O’Shaughnessy at St. Catherine University
19 – Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
20 – New York, NY – Beacon Theatre
10 – San Francisco, CA – The Warfield
11 – Los Angeles, CA – Theatre at Ace Hotel
17 – Atlanta, GA – Cobb Energy Centre
18 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium
30 – St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
31 – Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
1 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre
6 – Vancouver, BC – The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
7 – Seattle, WA – Paramount Theatre
8 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
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THERE WILL BE NO INTERMISSION
RELEASE DATE: MARCH 8, 2019
All The Things
Drowning in the Sound
Hold On Tight
The Thing About Things
Life’s Such a Bitch Isn’t It
Feeding the Dark
Bigger on the Inside
There Will Be No Intermission
You Know the Statistics
Voicemail for Jill
You’d Think I’d Shot Their Children
A Mother’s Confession
They’re Saying Not to Panic
Look Mummy, No Hands
Intermission is Relative
photo: Kahn & Selesnick
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ABOUT AMANDA PALMER:
Amanda Palmer is a singer, writer, pianist, activist and blogger who simultaneously embraces and explodes traditional frameworks of music, theatre, community and art. She first came to prominence as one half of the Boston-based punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls, earning global applause for their wide-ranging theatricality and inventive songcraft. Her solo career has proven equally brave and boundless, including such groundbreaking works as the fan-funded THEATRE IS EVIL, which made a top 10 debut on the SoundScan/Billboard 200 upon its 2012 release and remains the top-funded music project on Kickstarter. In 2013 she presented The Art of Asking at the annual TED conference, which has since been viewed over 10 million times worldwide. The following year saw Palmer expand her philosophy into the New York Timesbestseller, The Art of Asking: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Let People Help. The Art of Asking audiobook, which Palmer recorded herself, also topped the New York Times bestseller charts.
In 2015, Palmer joined forces with patreon to further develop her revolutionary model of fan support and artistic community, and where 12,000 people help support Palmer’s seemingly infinite creative output. The growing list of “Patreon Things” – Palmer releases an average of two a month – now includes songs, original films (her politically charged video “Mr. Weinstein Will See You Now”, a collaboration with choreographer Noemie LaFrance, took the internet by storm), performance projects, and such full-length collections as I CAN SPIN A RAINBOW, her acclaimed 2017 collaboration with Edward Ka-Spel.
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photo credit: Hayley Rosenblum
AMANDA PALMER AND DIRECTOR NOEMIE LAFRANCE UNLEASH VIDEO FOR "MR. WEINSTEIN WILL SEE YOU NOW"
photo credit: Hayley Rosenblum
AMANDA PALMER AND DIRECTOR NOEMIE LAFRANCE UNLEASH VIDEO FOR "MR. WEINSTEIN WILL SEE YOU NOW"