Indie Queen St. Vincent Graces Omaha's Sokol Palace

By: Jim Minge Email
By: Jim Minge Email

What: St. Vincent, with Noveller

When: 8 p.m. Tues., April 1

Where: Sokol Auditorium, 13th & Martha Streets

Cost: $20


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While Neutral Milk Hotel certainly has indie god status, the current god – or goddess, er, saint, in this case – is St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, who will be in concert on TUESDAY (April 1) at the Sokol Auditorium.

St. Vincent, with her hair now dyed white, has always had a quirky bent to her rock-dance-funk-hip-hop mash-up. But her latest tour has critics and fans raving about her theatrical stage show that features costumes, special lighting and staging, including a sequence that has her rolling down the stage set's stairway centerpiece beneath a strobe light. She's obviously picked up some moves from former tour mate David Byrne of Talking Heads fame. According to reviews, it's a sight to see.

And hear.

St. Vincent, a native of Oklahoma, is on the road in support of her just-released self-titled fourth album, which has drawn all sorts of praise from reviewers.

Want to see and hear what all the buzz is about? Check out her recent video to "Digital Witness" via the link at right. It'll give you a pretty good idea of what to expect should you venture out to the show.

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