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“Pocket Vinyl” Piano/Painting Duo at Cuba Library Tuesday January 30


MUST SEE: Eric on piano, Elizabeth on paint brush

A new painting is created each performance!!

From the Cuba Public Library,

Are you a fan of performance art or graphic novels? Come see Pocket Vinyl perform their fantastic piano/painting show, followed by a reading from their book and discussion on how they did their world record tour, followed by a Q&A and signing. This free show, on Tuesday, January 30 at 6:30 pm at Cuba Library, is open to all ages.

Elizabeth Jancewicz and Eric Stevenson are Pocket Vinyl, a duo consisting of piano slamming (Eric) and live painting (Elizabeth). A new painting is made on stage during each show, and auctioned off afterwards to the audience. They’ve played over 1,000 shows, released over a hundred songs, made the documentary film Drive. Play. Sleep., and created the popular webcomic “The Touring Test”.

In their new graphic novel “How To Completely Lose Your Mind”, they detail a 2019 tour where they attempted to break the world record for “Fastest to Play a Concert in Each of the 50 States.” It’s an amazing adventure that portrays the highs and lows of touring as an unknown indie band, and gives insightful advice on how to start an indie band and destroy your own mental health as well.

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