February 6 marked the coldest temperatures recorded during the winter of 2007 in New York City. On that blustery, frigid day, ATO Records released the critically acclaimed album Children Running Through
from Patty Griffin, continuing the remarkable creative evolution that's quietly established the artist as a vital and singular musical force. Entering at #34 on the Billboard Top 200 a week later, the bow gave the 2-time Grammy nominated singer-songwriter the biggest debut of an illustrious career.
In celebration of this release, ATO Records and the Artists Den held a special, invite-only concert at the Angel Orensanz Foundation for the Arts, a converted synagogue on the Lower East Side. The magical night, captured in High Definition, featured Griffin being backed by a magnificent band including, on some songs, a 5-piece string arrangement in addition to legendary pianist Ian McLagan (Faces, Rolling Stones). After numerous inquiries from fans, the evening of music, in which Griffin performed several songs for the first time as well as long-time favorites, ATO and the Artists Den now present on DVD, Patty Griffin: Live From The Artists Den
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