Carl Christensen

Scaled headband

3 Venues

Once & Again Book Cafe

560b Marion Rd, Plympton Park, SA, 5038

The Atrium at Cafe Outside The Square

34 Whitmore Sq, Adelaide, SA, 5000

The Library at Ayers House Events

288 North Tce, Adelaide, SA, 5000

Entrance is via two gates off North Terrace and via a gate off Paxton's Walk (eastern side of Ayers House)

Content warnings

PG

Coarse Language:

Occasional, Strong

Other Warnings:

Loud noises

Performance accessibility

  • Suitable for audiences who speak English as a second Language
Scaled headband

About this event

If you're a fan of mint-green headbands, emotional vulnerability, and story telling via songwriting, be sure to catch this act! Traveling all the way from Seattle, Wa, USA, Carl Christensen will be making his Australian debut at Fringe, bringing you songs about love therapy dogs, the future's uncertainty, and his rampant disdain of technology. While educated as a classical composer, Christensen will be found more often than not sticking to his rock & punk roots, writing songs that feature "four chords and the g*d d*mn truth". Christensen's 2019 release, 'Double Decades' displays his talents as a songwriter, composer, and lyricist, earning the adoration of a small but extremely dedicated fan base. For Fringe, Carl will be playing stripped down versions of DD songs with just himself and guitar.

Presented by:
Carl Christensen

Carl Christensen is an american composer/songwriter who has aims to blur the lines between rock music and classical music. Christensen's 2019 release, "Double Decades" displays his talents as a songwriter, composer, and lyricist, earning the adoration of a small but extremely dedicated fan base. Influences range from Sufjan Stevens & Philip Glass to The Front Bottoms & Bruce Springsteen. Emphasizing story telling in his music, Christensen said in an interview, "I spend as much time on the lyrics as I do any other part of the piece. Wacky chords and cool time signatures are nice and all, but at the end of the day if you're not using those things to say anything, whats the point? Words are normally the best form of communication. All that cool music-school sh*t's just icing on the cake."

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