Songwriters in the round: engaging, poignant, funny, clever – it will be a big Hoot
Sun. Dec. 20 at 7pm
$12 adv./$15 door seated <21 w/parent
Tammi Brown: Nurtured in the soulful sounds of gospel music, Tammi Brown has a voice that will leave you speechless. Her career highlights include being the opening act for Maya Angelou, performing at the World renowned Monterey Jazz Festival in 2012, an invitation by jazz guitarist, Stanley Jordan, to sing background vocals for the tune Steppin' Out on his CD release, State of Nature, which received a 51st Grammy Awards nomination
Dan Frechette & Laurel Thomsen: Meeting via a chance YouTube sighting and fueled by a rare musical chemistry, Dan Frechette, guitar/vocals, and Laurel Thomsen, violin/vocals, both powerful and magnetic talents in their own rights, prove that musical magic is alive and well. In a relatively short time frame, the Alt-folk duo has circumnavigated North America, logging over 25,000 miles, 130 concerts, and releasing their debut CD. With influences ranging from Folk, Classical, Old Time, and Celtic, to Gospel, Jazz, Vintage Country, Rock N' Roll, Blues, and Bluegrass, Dan and Laurel flow seamlessly through genres, tempos, stories, and moods with virtuosic command.
Ukulele Dick & Jayme Kelly Curtis: There is magic in the tripped out multi-influenced world of Uke master and singer songwriter Ukulele Dick. Jayme is equally at home in rock, blues, folk and jazz. Her songs and powerful voice have won praise from listeners, press and radio stations, as well as worldwide airplay and placements in film and television.
Wendy Treat: Beautiful rich vocals. Check out her Youtube link below to see what we mean
Artist sites and sounds: www.facebook.com/tammibrownmusic and www.danandlaurel.ca and Jayme: www.purrgirl.com/Bio.html and Dick www.purrgirl.com/Ukuleledick.html and Wendy www.youtube.com/watch?v=oypw9OPbuhg