In the language of love, this moment knows no name. Thus, I draw words from a darker place: objectivity.
Sufjan Stevens + Nicolai DungerCity: Washington, DC
Venue: Black Cat
Forty years after Ray Shell left New York for London, the original Rusty in Starlight Express finds his way home to the East Village.
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