Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger – Sean Lennon and Charlotte Kemp Muhl – Live at the Farm Author: Doug Abel | Friday, July 09, 2010 | No comments An Acoustic Concert Benefit for the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary Jonathan Donohue TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE! The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger (GOASTT) is the new project by Sean Lennon and his musical partner and girlfriend Charlotte Kemp Muhl. Their first album “Acoustic Sessions” is due Oct. 26 and being released by Chimera Music. Listen to samples here. Amy Helms Opening for GOASTT will be an acoustic set from Undersea Poem, followed by Woodstock locals Jonathan Donahue (Mercury Rev) and Amy Helm (Levon Helm’s band and Ollabelle) performing as a duo called Love Is For The Birds The concert will be held on an open lawn at the Sanctuary in Willow, NY, directions here. Undersea Poem (Chris Root and Juju Stulbach) Proceeds from the concert will go directly to the charitable work of Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary and the care of over 200 formerly abused, abandoned and discarded farm animals. Local independent station WDST Radio Woodstock 100.1 is proud to support this show as the exclusive media sponsor. For seating, guests are encouraged to bring reasonably-sized blankets and/or lawn chairs. Seating will be first come, first served. Please, no food or beverages. Drinks and popcorn will be available at the show with proceeds benefiting the Sanctuary, so please plan to eat your evening meal either before or afterward. And as much as we love them, no dogs please. The show is on the Saturday, August 21st, and gates open at 5pm, show at 6pm. General admission tickets are $40 door, cash/check only, please. Out of respect to our neighbors please do not arrive before 4:45. Show is rain or shine — the forecast is perfectly clear but please plan for the erratic behavior of the skies over The Catskills. Children under 12 are permitted for free, HOWEVER we would not describe this event as particularly interesting to or appropriate for your average kid. If the young one(s) cause any disruption to the concert we will unfortunately have to ask the adult accompanying them to take them home, as we just want to respect the performers and want to protect the musical experience for all the others in attendance.