Ancient Future 'World Without Walls' Reunion Video Release and ConcertWindow.Com Webshow 10/16/13
New Ancient Future Concert Video Released to Celebrate Upcoming 'World Without Walls' Reunion Webshow on ConcertWindow.Com to Stream Live from the Freight & Salvage, October 16 at 8PM PDT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ancient Future circa 1990. Photo by Irene Young.
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 21, 2013 - SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Calif. -- In a first for Ancient Future, their upcoming 'World Without Walls' reunion concert at the Freight & Salvage will be available for viewing anywhere in the world as a live stream. This is a very rare chance for Ancient Future fans worldwide to view a live concert of the exact lineup of the pioneering world music group that performed on Ancient Future's influential 'World Without Walls' and 'Asian Fusion' recordings. The webshow streams on October 16, at 8 PM PDT from the Freight & Salvage at 2020 Addison Street in Berkeley.
Online tickets are available now for $5 at http://www.concertwindow.com/shows/ancient-future. The webshow will not be archived – it's offered only in real time starting at 8 PM Pacific Daylight Time on October 16. It is recommended to purchase a ticket in advance to sign up for an email reminder to tune in for the show at the correct time. For example, for music fans in Mumbai, India, the concert stream will begin at 8:30 AM on October 17.
Ancient Future 'World Without Walls' Reunion Video
To celebrate Ancient Future's first worldwide live streaming video concert, a live video recording of a medley of Matthew Montfort's 'Alap' and Jim Hurley's 'Indra's Net' composition is being released. Inspired by Hindu mythology, 'Indra's Net' was used as a soundtrack for a United Nations documentary film, Closing the Curtains of Death, about drift net fishing. This version was recorded at Yoshi's San Francisco on June 7, 2011, the day of their first performance together in 15 years. The video features Doug McKeehan on piano, Kash Killion on bass, Ian Dogole on percussion, Matthew Montfort on scalloped fretboard guitar, Mariah Parker on santur, Jim Hurley on violin, and Patti Weiss on violin.