Saxophonist Ben Eidson and drummer Michael Crawford performing an instrumental jazz rendition of the American standard “All the Things You Are.”
Could there be anything more heartwarmingly Columbia than a talented local child performing a musical number called “Vanilla Ice cream” in front of a dipped cone painted on Angelos Zestos on North Main?
Dialing back his impressive guitar chops in favor of understated but expressive strums, he reckons with never truly knowing what another person is thinking.
There’s not much other than voices to this week’s edition of 1 or 2 — just some simple percussion and the warming harmonies of Katrina Blanding and Terrance Henderson (two-thirds of IndigoSoul's full compliment) leading the way as they sing India.Arie’s “I Am Light” from within the temporarily shutdown Trustus Theatre. But it’s more than enough.
That Autocorrect delivers the song, called "Generation 1099," in front of a sign that features the names of Floyd, Garner, South Carolina’s Walter Scott and several other victims of police violence, all surrounding a directive to “Say Their Names,” crystalizes the righteously aggrieved vibe.