Dissonance Sessions: Charlie Parr

Duluth’s Charlie Parr is the featured artist on the first episode of Dissonance Sessions, a video series that is part art therapy session, part recording session. Parr discusses his experiences with depression, grief, anxiety and family dynamics while delivering intimate performances of songs from his most recent album, Last of the Better Days Ahead. The show is hosted by Sarah Souder Johnson.

Video Timeline
00:00 – Introduction
00:51 – Beginnings
12:54 – The Last Shirt I Saw Him Wear (Behind “Blues for Whitefish Lake, 1975”)
16:42 – Performance “Blues for Whitefish Lake, 1975”
22:17 – A Curtain of Fog (About Depression)
26:49 – The Process of Letting Go
33:01 – Performance “Bed of Wasps”
37:38 – “Bed of Wasps” Discussion
38:53- So it Goes and Conclusion
40:50 – End Credits

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