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The sounds (and sights) of Hello Dollface

Erika Wilson Golightly of the Salt Fire Circus twists and flips during an aerial acrobatics piece performed to the music of Hello Dollface. The band and the circus will perform together at 9 p.m. today at the Abbey Theatre for the release party of Hello Dollface’s new CD “Virtue.” Tickets cost $12 in advance, $15 at the door, and are available at www.abbeytheatre.com and www.hellodollface.com. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Stillwater Foundation. Also pictured are Matt Moon (violin), Travis Dalenberg (guitar), David Rodriguez (drums) and Jesse Ogle (bass). Enlarge photo

RORY CHAPMAN/Special to the Durango Herald

Erika Wilson Golightly of the Salt Fire Circus twists and flips during an aerial acrobatics piece performed to the music of Hello Dollface. The band and the circus will perform together at 9 p.m. today at the Abbey Theatre for the release party of Hello Dollface’s new CD “Virtue.” Tickets cost $12 in advance, $15 at the door, and are available at www.abbeytheatre.com and www.hellodollface.com. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Stillwater Foundation. Also pictured are Matt Moon (violin), Travis Dalenberg (guitar), David Rodriguez (drums) and Jesse Ogle (bass).

Ashley Edwards and Travis Dalenberg of Hello Dollface rehearse with a performance accompaniment of dancers from the Salt Fire Circus. Hello Dollface’s new CD “Virture” features nine original tracks recorded at the Stillwater Foundation. Proceeds from tonight’s concert with performances by the Salt Fire will benefit the local nonprofit organization that provides youth music and sports programs. Enlarge photo

RORY CHAPMAN/Special to the Durango Herald

Ashley Edwards and Travis Dalenberg of Hello Dollface rehearse with a performance accompaniment of dancers from the Salt Fire Circus. Hello Dollface’s new CD “Virture” features nine original tracks recorded at the Stillwater Foundation. Proceeds from tonight’s concert with performances by the Salt Fire will benefit the local nonprofit organization that provides youth music and sports programs.