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"Calendar Expires": Dirty Diamond

Henry Miller Memorial Library

Sunday, November 25, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)

Big Sur, CA

"Calendar Expires": Dirty Diamond

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"Calendar Expires": Dirty Diamond

An intimate indoor concert.

Sunday, November 25 at 7.30 PM

Very Limited Seating - Please reserve your seat now.

Once in a blue moon a band comes along that can change the landscape of music itself, forging a refreshingly authentic direction. Blending a sweet mix of classic American and British infused rock, folk, and Eastern/Armenian tinges, The Dirty Diamond takes on a colorful musical journey.
Their soulful and melodic writing creates a vast space in the theatre the mind and heart.

The Dirty Diamond was formed by singer/songwriter Sam Babayan in 2006 and instantly gained a devout audience, performing in Los Angeles venues including the House of Blues, Troubadour, and El Rey Theatre. A stir of activity and touring stimulated the release of their self-titled debut CD in 2008. Soon after, the band caught the attention of LA based producer Matt Pszonak and work began on their sophomore release.

"Our Divine & Sovereign Mother” was released in the winter of 2011. From the Eastern-hughed opener ‘Calendar Expires’ to the lush ballad ‘Death Won’t Hurt’, Sam and company have taken Rock & Roll to new and exciting heights. Listen for yourself and experience their self coined ‘Brand New Vintage’ tunes during their November 2012 "Calendar Expires" Coastal Tour.

Band website:  www.thedirtydiamond.com

New music video for the song "Calendar Expires"


Sam Babayan below...

Sam Babayan

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Henry Miller Memorial Library
48603 Highway One
Big Sur, CA 93920

Sunday, November 25, 2012 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)


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Henry Miller Memorial Library

The Henry Miller Memorial Library is a a public benefit, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization championing the literary, artistic and cultural contributions of the late writer, artist, and Big Sur resident Henry Miller.

The Library also serves as a cultural resource center, functioning as a public gallery/performance/workshop space for artists, writers, musicians and students.

In addition, the Library supports education in the arts and the local environment. Finally, the Library serves as a social center for the community."

We're open 11 am to 6 pm seven days a week!

We're located 25 miles south of Carmel and 1/4 miles south of Nepenthe restaurant.  Our address is 48603 Highway 1, Big Sur, CA 93920; our number is 831-667-2574.

Past performers include Arcade Fire, Patti Smith, Fleet Foxes, Neil Young, Animal Collective, Gillian Welch, MGMT, Henry Rollins, Phillip Glass, Band of Horses, Yo La Tengo, Marianne Faithful, and countless independent bands, artists, and poets...

Visit us at henrymiller.org and check out our upcoming events!

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Home: henrymiller.org

Upcoming Events: eventbrite.com/org/440462807?s=15336701

Short Film Screening Series: bigsurfilm.org 

Online Store: store.henrymiller.org

Blog: blog.henrymiller.org

Facebook: facebook.com/henrymillerlibrary

YouTube: youtube/henrymillerlibrary

Big Sur Writing Workshops for for picture books, early reader, middle grade, & YA: bigsurwriting.wordpress.com/

 

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Henry Miller Library
Tax ID# Fed. EIN 77-0473818
State resale # SR GHC 97315514
DUNS # 827035437

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Henry Miller Library
48603 Highway One
Big Sur CA 93920
Phone: 831-667-2574

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Peace! It's Wonderful!
Henry Miller

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