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Saundrah Humphrey from Math & Physics Club, photo from Myspace

…the show will mark the final appearance of Math & Physics Club violin player Saundrah Humphrey playing live with the band (she will continue to record with them). Saundrah is an amazing string player and always lends an understated elegance to every show, and she will be sorely missed!

According to her MySpace page:

Dec 4th at NEUMOS will be my last live show with Math and Physics Club. (well, except the reunion tour at the Puyallup Fair in 2020)

Math and Physics is opening for Tullycraft and Voxtrot so get there early! Door are at 8pm and the show starts at nine. It's going to be a great show…albeit a little melancholy for me.

WHY am I leaving you ask?? I will be slowly making my move to Europe in the next few months and so decided to let the band make the transition sooner rather than later and free up some time to work on preparing myself to live out of the country.

I will be then quite available for that sweet Danish band requiring some strings… 😀 or maybe I'll just get married and knocked up…. WHO KNOWS??

We are happy for Saundrah, but very, very sad to see her go. See her off in style this Tuesday when Math & Physics Club opens for Tullycraft, Division Day, and Voxtrot at Neumo's. It's an amazing bill, it's all-ages, and best of all, TIG still has that free pair of tickets to give away if you act fast!