John Doe, Miya Folick double up at USC campus for free April show

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John Doe and Miya Folick will perform on Sunday, April 10 at the campus of USC for an early-afternoon show.

John Doe, who contributed to the music of X as well as The Knitters, as well as music for the HBO acclaimed series True Blood, was seen at SXSW this past week playing new material. Some of Doe’s music is pretty politically charged, and he was heard in Austin decrying the current “bullshit in this country,” obviously talking about the farcical presidential primaries.

Miya Folick was also at SXSW last week, finishing off the week for a bunch of tireless music lovers with a 2 AM set on the final day of the festival. She’s been described as “grungefolk,” proof that you can mishmash any two genres to make its own. The Santa Ana musician will likely deliver a killer set in support of Doe.

The show is FREE (!!!) and starts at 1 PM, so make sure you aren’t too hungover from Saturday night and you make it in time.


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