Delivered: the fragmented memories of a former streetwalker
A Special Evening of Stories and Music! Celebrating the release of the new memoir by Jennifer Clinger with music by the Bittersweets.
- DATE: October 24, 2019
- TIME: 7:30-9:00 pm
- LOCATION: PUD Auditorium, 2320 California St, Everett
- COST: $25
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It began as an experiment. What would happen if, rather than doing a traditional book release, the stories from Jennifer’s memoir were accompanied by a live band? And as the idea evolved, what would happen if, rather than playing behind the stories, every vignette was paired with a song? Quite by accident, Delivered was born and transformed into a show unlike anything you have experienced before.
Jennifer Clinger is a survivor. She is a graduate of Nashville’s world-renowned Magdalene program, which provides a transformative and sustainable recovery experience for survivors of trafficking and prostitution. Today, Jennifer works at Thistle Farms, the country’s largest social enterprise run by women survivors. Her new book is “Delivered: The Fragmented Memories of a Former Streetwalker.”
The Bittersweets are a band from Nashville via San Francisco. They have released two full-length studio records and played hundreds of shows, opening up for acts such as Cowboy Junkies, Train, Cake, Roseanne Cash, Buddy Miller, and Emmylou Harris. They have had numerous songs placed in network and cable TV shows and will be releasing their third studio album in 2019/20.