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Providence (Folked Up!)

April 21, 2010 in

A Folked Up! (In Terre Haute) recording by Jet Kaiser Films. Filmed in the Sisters of Providence Convent Cemetery, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana.

This year, the thawing of the world seems particularly nice, yes? We recently recorded some great videos for FOLKED UP! (in Terre Haute!), a series of local musicians doing take-away music videos. In addition to getting two great videos by Yearbook Committee, “We’ve Got a History of Ruining Things” and “That’s Alright,” Jet and Danielle Kaiser recorded a super cool take of my song “Providence” in the Sisters of Providence Convent Cemetery. Check it out!

The studio version of “Providence” is on my album Sudden Amaryllis.

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Christina Blust

Christina is a vocalist, songwriter, and player of accordion, guitar and piano. In addition to performing and writing as a solo artist, she has been a member of several projects including the indie-folk band Yearbook Committee (3-time SXSW official showcasing artist) and the accordion-electronic duo Mauveine. Her music has appeared on numerous releases and in an Emmy-award-winning documentary. Christina is also a designer, developer and one half of Blustery Day Design. She is an active Wikimedia contributor and supporter of open knowledge and is the co-founder of The Live Sincerely Project. Originally from northern Kentucky, Christina lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Learn more.