The Artists Den hosted an intimate performance in the famous Lombardo-Romanesque building by multi-platinum songstress Alanis Morissette, who gave a taste of her album, Flavors of Entanglement, on the eve of its release.
Alanis Morissette provides a taste of new material on the eve of her album release in the famous Lombardo-Romanesque building at Judson Memorial Church.
Alanis Morisette is a Canadian-American singer, songwriter, record producer, and actress known for her mezzo-soprano voice. Her groundbreaking album, Jagged Little Pill, launched her to the top of the charts in the US, and the record proceeded to gain platinum status twelve times in Canada. She continues to write music and delve into acting while remaining an enduringly popular artist whose success stems from a fierce commitment to authenticity and, to an equal extent, vulnerability.
Judson Memorial Church was built in 1890 with the vision of aiding Lower Manhattan’s growing immigrant population through social services in addition to religious ones, but it was in the mid-1960s that Judson earned its national reputation as a progressive church – both by organizing politically around social justice issues and opening the church to experimental, avant-garde artists from many genres. Photography courtesy of C. Taylor Crothers for Artists Den Entertainment.