Live at the Center: Public Universal Friend
The Tarkington // Wednesday, May 31, 7:30pm ET
Wed May 31 - 7:30pm ET
Public Universal Friend is an Indianapolis-based art rock band fronted by singer-songwriter Jody Galadriel Friend. After a decade-plus solo career, Friend released the album Perennials under the PUF name in March 2021, soon after coming out publicly as a trans woman. Her songwriting style has roots in emo and post-punk as well as Appalachian roots and spiritual music, with a unique lyrical perspective of identity, faith and gender-expansive existence. The live band, which can include up to seven members, has been heard on WFYI radio and IndyGo’s Music in Transit web series.
Tickets are pay-what-you-can with a $5 minimum, or register above for the livestream (pay-what-you-can with $0 minimum)!
Live at the Center is a series of livestreamed concerts for the community, featuring local and regional artists in genres from jazz and classical to soul and indie rock. Whether on desktop, mobile device or smart TV, viewers anywhere can enjoy a front-row perspective on Indiana’s top talent, with stereo sound and multi-camera HD video.
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