Giveaway: A Pair of Tickets to See Sarah Jaffe, Robert Gomez and Seryn Tomorrow Night at St. David's Episcopal Church in Denton

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Should be quite the spiritual affair tomorrow night at St. David's Episcopal Church in Denton, as Denton favorites Sarah Jaffe, Robert Gomez and Seryn join forces to make up a three-act bill at the downtown Denton church.

Beyond simply offering up the chance to see three area favorites in a unique setting, though, this performance, too, stands as something of a homecoming gig for both Jaffe and Gomez, who recently returned home from their short stint in the Southeast as Jaffe, backed by Gomez, opened up for Midlake on its warm-up tour. It'll also serve as the last chance to see Jaffe live for sometime: Next week, she will rejoin Midlake on tour--this time in Europe--and won't return to town until late February.

So, many thanks then to the folks at Spune Productions and in its recent signee Seryn, for passing along a pair of tickets for one lucky DC9 reader to get into this sure-to-be-special Friday night event for free. Could be you, too: First person to email me right now with the words "We Will All Be Changed" in the subject line gets the pair. Good luck!

Update: Contest is over. Congrats to our winner!

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