Join DIME Denver for an interactive songwriting discussion and seminar with Jill Sobule and Eddie Spaghetti (of the Supersuckers) on Saturday, January 18th from 1-3pm!
This event is FREE and open to students and the public! Tickets for the Supersuckers show at Globe Hall will be available fee-free at the event.
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About the Songwriters:
Over 10 albums and almost two decades of recording, Jill Sobule has mused on topics such as the death penalty, anorexia, shoplifting, reproduction, the French resistance movement, adolescence and the Christian right. Early hit songs include “I Kissed a Girl (the original), and “Supermodel.” In 2015, Jill made new fans (as well as some enemies) with her pre-election song, “When They Say We Want Our America Back, What the F*ck Do They Mean?” -a history of anti-immigration sentiment in the US.
Her latest record, “Nostalgia Kills” has been on many critics best list.
Over the last few years, she has been writing for the theater. NYU in 2018 produced her musical “Times Square”, and in 2020 the Pittsburgh City Theater will debut her one-woman show “F*#k 7th Grade”.
Eddie Spaghetti is the singer, frontman and bassist for the legendary independent rock band the Supersuckers. The Supersuckers have been performing all across the globe for over 30 years and have 11 studio albums, 5 live albums and countless singles, Eddie has also released 4 solo records. In addition to music Eddie has been active with Farm Aid and was heavily involved in raising awareness about the West Memphis 3, including executive producing an album which raised money for the legal defense of the West Memphis 3.