For this very special episode of Room 205, director Conor Simpson, set designer Tamarra Younis and audio engineer Jon Gilbert take us on a journey through the intimate inner-landscapes of enigmatic country/folk singer Peggy Honeywell.
Peggy Honeywell is the musical alter-ego of visual artist Clare Rojas. Born in Philadelphia, PA in 1999, Peggy is a self-taught guitar and banjo player who draws inspiration from proto-folk and bluegrass/country artists like Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn and Roy Orbison, but adds a unique ethereal quality to her songs about love and loss. She has released four albums, two of which can be found on the highly esteemed Galaxia label out of San Francisco, CA.
With performances featuring vibrant abstract geometry, natural wonder, and a 60’s nightclub vibe in combination with Peggy’s soaring, angelic primitive folk music, this episode is one that will stick with you for a lifetime.
Look for the final Peggy Honeywell performance in Room 205 to launch on August 30.