Jenny Lewis’s Night of a Thousand (Indie Rock) Stars

Tonight Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins played the Angel Orensanz Foundation on the Lower East Side of NYC, and thanks to Nora, I got to go. The venue, which was originally built for use as a synagogue, had a beautiful, majestic feel–making it the spot to showcase the pretty song-styling talents of J.Lew.

M.Ward opened the show and brought on both Jim James (of My Morning Jacket) and Conor “Bright Eyes” Oberst to help him with some songs. During Jenny’s set, her boyfriend Johnathan Rice played guitar and she brought Matt Ward back on stage to sing with her.

MORE LATER…for now, photos.

jenny lewis

jenny lewis, johnathan rice, and the watson twins

jenny lewis

Author: laura

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7 thoughts on “Jenny Lewis’s Night of a Thousand (Indie Rock) Stars”

  1. i’m glad you went instead of me… most importantly because your camera completely kicks my camera’s ass. i have camera envy…

  2. I was Googling pics of Jenny and came across yours. Just wanted to say LUCKY that you got to go to that show! But more, the pictures are gorgeous and perfect for her set. Is it ok if I use one for a blog I write for featuring up and coming artists? Please e-mail me and let me know. Thank you! You can check out the blog at spotlightthe.blogspot.com -Katherine

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