ASCAP’s 19th annual Sundance ASCAP Music Café will run from Jan. 20-27 at Rich Haines Gallery during the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. ASCAP performances will begin each day at 2 p.m.
Featured performers at the 2017 Sundance ASCAP Music Café include: Peter Bradley Adams, Michael Franti, Rooney, Clare Bowen (of CMT’s Nashville) and Café alum Josh Kelley.
A special “Bluebird Café Series” lineup on Jan. 25-26 will include JT Harding, Rivers Rutherford, and rising artist Brett Young. Also on the schedule are Wilder Adkins, The Album Leaf, Zac Clark, Lee DeWyze, Fantastic Negrito, Brent Faiyaz, Jim and Sam, Andy Shauf, Niia, SadGirl, R.LUM.R, Jack Savoretti, Antonique Smith, Southern Avenue, Nakhane Touré (from the film The Wound), Ernst Reijseger (from the film Walking Out), and Marlon Williams.
In addition, an invitation-only ASCAP Composer-Filmmaker Cocktail Party, a networking time for music creators and film makers, will take place on Tuesday, Jan. 24.
ASCAP Assistant Vice President and Sundance ASCAP Music Café producer Loretta Muñoz commented, “For 19 years, ASCAP and Sundance Institute have shared a unique, enduring vision dedicated to the discovery, development and support of great art and the artists who create it. The Sundance ASCAP Music Café honors that vision by highlighting some of our incredibly talented ASCAP members while celebrating music’s essential role in the art of filmmaking. The Music Café continues to be a highlight of our year. We welcome Sundance Film Festival filmmakers and festival-goers to stop by, experience and discover.”
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