Vanessa Waring, who debuted her album at Gospel Flat Farm’s art space Saturday, taught herself to sing and started experimenting with home recordings after she moved to Bolinas. Elliot Briggs
A frying pan and a colander hung from the ceiling of Gospel Flat Farm’s art venue on Saturday evening, a percussive flourish that made a few in the audience chuckle. But by the end of the sneak preview of Vanessa Waring’s new album, In the Giant’s Kitchen, it was the thread of her voice—prec

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